Life during the Rudy Giuliani administration, a preview
The following video shows a "truther" reporter (Matt Lepacek) from Alex Jones' group trying to ask Rudy Giuliani pollster Ed Goeas some questions about 9/11. (h/t Dave Weigel) After much back and forth, the reporter is arrested and led away, and Goeas says, "would the real media like to ask some questions?" The "real media" is, of course, a euphemism for "the corrupt press that won't ask tough questions."
Obviously, it's pretty stupid to expect someone to walk over and watch a Google video; Lepacek should have been prepared with handouts. And, whether you agree with them or not, this wasn't a Mike Stark-style case, with pushing and shoving and with a sleazy question. And, he had a press pass. And, this is to a certain extent similar to the message control that the Bush administration has engaged in at their public appearances. It's also a preview of what life would be like if Rudy becomes president.