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Meanwhile President Obama covering more than just national security yesterday.
Journalists should not be at legal risk for doing their jobs.
Our focus must -- on those who break the law.
That's why I've called on congress to pass a media shield law -- guard against government overreach.
And the president has ordered an investigation into the department of justice's Fox News and AP record -- but we now know that Eric Holder himself signed off.
On James Rosen in that -- so -- -- mr.
holder going to investigate mr.
holder let's talk to mr.
Johnson -- Morning that becomes the question in about.
Five different scandals and in in America today and it's kind of interesting and ironic and strange that on the day that.
NBC out did.
Erik -- the attorney -- United States is the man who signed off.
On -- some snooping at Fox News.
That the president is talking about restoring civil liberties in this country in that Eric Holder is going to meet with the media heads.
To discuss what needs to be -- it needs to be done.
Is strict adherence to the constitution.
And I'd love to be in that meeting where the head -- the Associated Press report and Roger -- the chief of Fox News sits down with the attorney general.
And they discuss what's gone on to them and the reporters in their -- minds and their emails and their parents' phone lines in Staten Island.
And about thirtieth and phone lines here at Fox News.
So on this Memorial Day when we.
Invoke the loss.
And memory of the people who served our country so well who who fought and died for our constitution for our bill of rights for our way of life.
It's important to understand what threats and report times means to the future.
And the stability in this country and we see a pattern where the Obama administration through it's attorney general has served to shield the press.
-- and I'll say one more thing all right to say that James Rosen.
James Rosen a great reporter and a person of integrity.
Is guilty as the Justice Department did of the violations of the Espionage Act and act in which people have been executed in the past.
That is absolutely.
An incredible what we see it is incredible the fact that you know a bit when the story first came out we are okay this is FBI guy.
And the US attorney and they talk to judge in the sign in this thing -- talked about espionage and co conspirators and making James -- had to be a criminal but then you've got the attorney general himself signing off on the search warrant.
-- it doesn't the attorney general worked for the president isn't the president calling the shots you.
The president to say yesterday journalists should not be legal risk for doing their jobs and yet his guys doing that that seems a little and -- I think he has to be evaluated based on the history and he has to be evaluated.
That the Fox News chairman talked about the statement to the -- people here at Fox News.
That there is it an -- of intimidation that's going on.
We saw it in the cards the -- when people were afraid when the press was afraid when the press became -- for the people there leading the country.
Fox News is not a collection.
Of poodles and Fox News understands that it.
As long as they're free the country can be free because a government's enemies need to be free no matter.
Amen and unfortunately fox and press organizations have -- declared.
Enemies of the state we need to get -- back on track if the president can do it that's wonderful alleluia will be watching.
Very very carefully we wait for that meeting I think between the 88.
Fox the times.
And the White House.
To see where the constitution really stands we'll see if -- president meant what he said yesterday one let's say all right Peter Johnson junior thanked her much good loyal -- everybody you as well.
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