Breitbart's biggovernment.com website offers what it considers to be a transcript of the purported buttcall message. They've also posted a youtube of the recording:
The following voice mail message was inadvertently left on the cell phone of Joe Miller campaign spokesperson Randy DeSoto.
The voices are believed to be those of the news director for CBS Anchorage affiliate KTVA, along with assignment editor Nick McDermott, and other reporters, openly discussing creating, if not fabricating, two stories about Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, Joe Miller.
I don't trust Breitbart or his staff. They don't have a very good record in terms of presenting fact in many of the stories they have come up with. This may actually be KTVA reporters doing what Breitbart's site purports them to be doing. Or it may not.
II. Meanwhile, Jill Burke at The Alaska Dispatch, has penned what may be her best story yet on the 2010 Alaska U.S. Senate race. Here's an excerpt:
My favorite comment on Breitbart's article (at the Sea of Pee):
Days before [Miller] was caught using the borough computers for the poll, Miller had spoken openly with members of the borough office about a potential threat coming his way. The Alaska Republican Party was out to get him, Miller told them, and he warned them to be careful about what they did on their computers. Miller claimed a public records request was in the works aimed at scrutinizing employees' computer use, adding that, if granted, he feared it might reveal child pornography on his computer. If any inappropriate material was found on his computer, Miller told them, they needed to know it would be the result of a sophisticated setup -- someone hacking the Fairbanks North Star Borough's computer system and planting inappropriate material on his computer.
It was just a few days later that his colleagues discovered something was amiss with their computers, which upset and unnerved them given the timing to Miller's earlier warnings. Miller had been on their computers during lunch hour to vote in a political poll hosted on his own personal website. When they confronted Miller about it, he told one of his supervisor's, Jill Dolan, "not to worry about it (and) that he was not on a bad site," according to a written statement Dolan provided during the borough's subsequent internal investigation.
Yet, there is no evidence that the prospect of illicit materials existed anywhere but in Miller's fears.
In the hundreds of pages of public records produced by the borough regarding Miller's employment, there is nothing to suggest that the borough ever had concerns about child pornography or other inappropriate material being found on his computer.
If it was not obvious before, this should convince those of us who still had doubts that the lamestream media is the hit squad of the Democrat Party. The LSM are cashing in their previous reputation as news organizations to spread disinformation, to malign opponents, and to prejudice public opinion. This is classic soviet propaganda as practised by Joseph Stalin, Maxim Gorky and Vyacheslav Molotov. Alinsky, father of community organizing, was an sdmirer and staunch supporter of Stalin, and Alinsky's Rules for Radicals is a tactical handbook widely used by the Left. To these people, truth has no significance.My favorite comment at Burke's AKD article:
Joe Miller was telling office colleagues about a public records request that might find child pornography on his computer. Um. Either he is incredibly distrustful of the Republican party (his own party), he is mentally ill, or he had child pornography on his computer. None of those choices say "Senator Miller."