Former White House advisor Sebastian Gorka doesn’t want to talk to reporters from The Intercept about domestic U.S. policy because he views the outlet as “bad for democracy” and he doesn’t like their “attitude.” Also, he said, they’re “a joke.”
That was the result when journalist Lee Fang attempted to ask Gorka—back in the news this week after Fox News stirred controversy for hiring the right-wing firebrand as a contributor—if he would answer a few questions in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
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While The Intercept—founded in late 2014 by journalists Laura Poitras, Glenn Greenwald, and Jeremy Scahill—continues to provide breaking and in-depth coverage of both domestic and global issues with a team of award-winning investigative journalists and outspoken editorial writers, the charges were especially curious coming from a man like Gorka—known for “shady ties to racist groups” and making outlandish Islamaphobic and xenophobic proclamations.
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