Question to GE top execs, Immelt and Zucker, who owns GE? The answer is the stockholders and you might want to remember that! If you own GE stock you are already pretty much toast. However, an interesting thing happened during GE’s annual shareholders meeting attendees apparently were very upset with the increasing leftward tilt of MSNBC. For those who do not know or deny their is a liberal bias, maybe the fact that they cut off people’s microphones who where critical of of the company will answer that question. Taking away the voice of the shareholders … nice job GE. According to this report, some people who were critical of GE’s policies had their microphones cut off. As Reuters referred to it, Political drama at GE shareholders meeting. Hell, who needs liberal bias at MSNBC when you can get it at Reuters? Did anyone think that maybe individuals who work for Fox News might be GE stockholders.
But one of those questions came from Jesse Waters, a producer on “The O’Reilly Factor” whose criticisms were cut short when his microphone was cut off, according to several attendees. Waters apparently did not publicly identify himself as a Fox employee. Waters has built a reputation as an ambush interviewer, specializing in on-the-street confrontations. But this is arguably the boldest move by a Fox newsperson to use the tactic inside their chief rival’s tent, as it were.
Think this will not be a report on Bill O’Reilly tonight?
Watch the VIDEO of confrontation when Factor” producer, a GE shareholder, Jesse Watters asks a simple question regarding ugly comments by Janeane Garofalo on MSNBC. Pay close attention to the reaction to Watters question and Immelt’s response.