Speaker attacks media

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October 30, 2019

House Speaker Halson Moultrie yesterday delivered a scathing rebuke of Bahamian media, declaring they engage in yellow journalism and disregard the rules of Parliament. During his more than 20-minute statement in the House of Assembly, Moultrie said,“Yesterday, when I read the Tribune’s headline story ‘Out of touch’, I noted that my predecessor in this seat, Dr. Kendal Major, is quoted as saying, ‘Two days ago, I got four phone calls from journalists wanting some red meat.’ “And I got concerned immediately because I know Dr. Kendal Major is a surgeon and when surgeons talk about red meat, that concerns me. I was compelled to respond as a result.” He added, “You know, if journalists want flesh and blood, they’re going after the wrong person. If they want flesh and blood, they need Jesus.

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News date : 10/30/2019    Category : Disputes, Opinion, Nassau Guardian Stories

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