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"Excuse me, Congresswoman, we have some breaking news. Justin Bieber"

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  In the midst of reporting that a federal privacy board announced that the government’s mass collection of American phone data is illegal and should end, this happened.
 
"Excuse me, Congresswoman, we have some breaking news. Justin Bieber..."
 

The clip shows Congresswoman Jane Harman talking to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, who was recently slammed for conducting a softball interview with a CIA torture-endorsing lawyer.

The pair were discussing the news that the government-appointed Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board had found that the NSA’s phone spying program was illegal, should be terminated, and had not led to the apprehension of a single terrorist.

“Congresswoman Harman, let me interrupt you just for a moment we’ve got some breaking news out of Miami, stand by if you will,” host Andrea Mitchell states as she cuts off the Congresswoman mid-sentence. “Right now in Miami Justin Bieber has been arrested on a number of charges.”

The video feed then switches to cover the earth-shattering importance of the 19-year-old pop star’s appearance in court.

The corporate media’s power over the last few decades has rested on its ability to dictate reality by affording blanket coverage to complete non-issues while ignoring or downplaying actual stories that impact millions of people.
 
 

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