Journalism or Jury Tampering?

Yesterday, a person who claimed to be a producer for NBC News working under the supervision of someone with MSNBC in New York was caught tailing the bus taking the Rittenhouse jury from the courthouse to their secret parking area. Today, Judge Schroeder banned anyone associated with MSNBC from entering the courthouse for the remainder of the trial. The judge also said—

This is a very serious matter and I don’t know what the ultimate truth of it is, but absolutely it would go without much thinking that someone who is following the jury bus–that is an extremely serious matter and will be referred to the proper authorities for further action.

Certainly, the threat of doxing jurors could be considered a form of jury tampering. However, the prosecutor who would normally handle the case is the prosecutor trying to convict Kyle Rittenhouse and who has a potential interest in an unfair verdict. It will be interesting to see to whom the judge refers the matter.


Da Tech Guy has a piece up this morning about the chatter surrounding Senator Pryor’s inability to handle a softball question from a MSNBC interviewer. Read the whole thing. Pete believes that the real topic of discussion should be why the media throws such softballs to Democrats.

You should be outraged, unless of course you are so used to it that it doesn’t phase you anymore …


I’d be surprised if MSNBC weren’t openly in the tank for the Democrats.