Accuracy in Media

Former CBS News correspondent who recently became a conservative media darling after admitting that the media is liberally biased in an interview last month tried to make it clear that she wasn’t a political person and wasn’t going to pretend to be a conservative just to draw attention from the conservative media.

In a wide-ranging interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Logan said that she has been approached by mostly conservative media organizations about working for them and hasn’t had discussions with Fox News — despite her friend Sean Hannity’s proclamation that he hoped his bosses would find a place for her because she doesn’t want to be “owned” by any corporation.

“There are many [companies] I would work for but I’m not going to be something I’m not,” Logan said. “I’m not going to pretend to be conservative so I can be the darling of the conservative media. I’m going to be who I am.”

“There are people who are dying for me to go to Fox so they can say, ‘Look, I knew it.’  That makes it so easy for them,” she said.

Logan told THR that she isn’t a political person and resents the left-wing Media Matters for America targeting her back in 2013 and now again after her comments on the media.

“They’re trying to paint me as a right winger nutter or conspiracy theorist,” she said. “I’m just not that person. I’m not a political person. I’m not Republican. I’m not a Democrat. I don’t belong to a political party.”





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