Leaked email reveals Bloomberg Law told their reporters NOT to discuss Leif Olson getting rehired after they slandered him…

After Bloomberg Law allowed one of their reporters to slander Leif Olson in the Labor Department, they stood by their reporting even when Olson had been rehired. In fact, it’s now been revealed that they published a new story about his re-hiring but told their reporters not to tweet it nor mention Olson being rehired on social media:



I don’t know whose idea it was to put this in writing, but it really is a despicable showing of the state of journalism these days.

They can’t even publicly acknowledge their error. The most they did was slightly edit their original story:

They should have pulled the entire article and fired Ben Penn, with an apology to Leif Olson. But truth and facts don’t matter to those at Bloomberg Law. Clearly.

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13 thoughts on “Leaked email reveals Bloomberg Law told their reporters NOT to discuss Leif Olson getting rehired after they slandered him…

  1. Saying “journalism is dead” is like noting that “Bernie is dead” at the end of the movie. The joke is that he had been dead for quite some time.

  2. Who will watch the watchmen? This shouldn’t be a concern, but when 85 percent of the mainstream media has a collective mindset, dissent is threatened with extinction.

  3. “And really, please do not tweet even generally about Leif Olson coming back to the department…”

    Coming back to the department? Was this an inside hit job?

  4. The fact that Olson was rehired is, like so many things that the Democrats so lovingly embrace, an Inconvenient Truth.

    That low-life, Ben Penn, needs to be driven off twitter and into a forced resignation by whatever means it takes.

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