A Bill Clinton operative and representative of Hillary Clinton's IT firm, masquerading as a reporter, was recently hired by a FOX television affiliate in Denver.
Jerome Corsi reports:
The Fox television affiliate in Denver has hired a reporter to cover politics, including Monday night's presidential election debate, without disclosing he is a former speechwriter and transition team member for President Bill Clinton who apparently has had a role in covering up Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information.
The hiring of Andy Boian by KDVR-TV was announced Friday in a report by the station.
In August 2015, Boian appeared on the Fox News show "On the Record" with Greta Van Susteren in his capacity as founder and CEO of the Denver-based crisis management firm Dovetail Solutions.
His firm represented Platte River Networks, the Internet technology company that began managing Clinton's State Department server Aug. 12, 2013, about five months after Clinton left office.
"The job of an IT company in the capacity of Platte River is to literally manage and protect that data. We don't look at the data,"
"We manage and protect it based on what our clients want, and that's what we did here," Boian said on the Fox News broadcast. "I have no knowledge of any server being in any bathroom at any time ever. And that statement that it was, I don't know where it came from, but it's erroneous."
Newsmax added in their report:
Fox reported that the Department of Defense has said Platte River does not have security clearance to hold classified material, and the company itself told Fox News that if it had been told classified material was on the server, it would have required a different kind of contract — and that Platte River likely wouldn't have qualified for it.
Boian stressed that the company is complying with the FBI and said that it is not under investigation itself.
"This was a simple situation in which we were asked to take care of this server, to upgrade, manage and secure that data, and we did that," Boain said. "So, you know, the notion that somehow we were a part of this process is just not true."
Boain says the company had no ties to Clinton prior to taking care of the email server, and won the job through a bidding process. The Denver Post reported that Boain's online biography says he was part of Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential transition team.
So, the question I have is this, why would an allegedly "conservative" outlet be bringing a Clinton operative onboard to report the news? Isn't it obvious, especially consider that FOX has been a huge supporter of Hillary Clinton, as well as the homosexual agenda? There is no news organization that is 100% fair and balanced. There is no news organization that is not biased, including ours. News is reported from the perspective of the writer. It always has been and always will be.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.