Associated Press And Media Refuse To Report Paris Hilton’s Plans?
The Associated Press was more than happy to write an article about Ryan Seacrest’s interview with Paris yesturday. What they highlighed was this quote: “I’m so much more grateful,” not a very significant quote.
Today, Ryan reported the real highlights of his interview, and they were about her future plans for her inmates.
It’s Saturday morning, 1:10AM, and I’m still waiting. The media and particularly, Associated Press, have not yet or refused to triumphantly report these highlights which are extremely positive points about Paris’ future work.
If this silence continues, this would become another splendid example of media bias. They’ve complained almost a whole month, and now no organization or group has anything to say about her pledges? Maybe, because it was Friday night. The fact that they barely or don’t report positive aspects about her should alarm everyone. We still have the whole day to wait and see if the mass media will make a big fuss about her plans. I’m waiting to hear from Al Sharpton and other organizations.
These are the quotes that the media is supposed to mention massively:
The issue is on the top of Hilton’s to do list once she checks out of Century Regional. She tells Seacrest she feels great compassion for the women and, as a result, has already spoken with jail doctors and other personnel about setting up a sort of safe house for newly released inmates.
“I want to help build a transitional home so that when inmates leave here, they don’t have to go back to the street,” she said. “These women just keep coming back because they have no place to go.”
Hilton said she hopes her facility will offer “a place for them to go get food, clothes on their back, get them up on their feet. Especially the mothers. It’s just a really bad cycle. If we stop it now, we can make our community a better place.”
And much more.
Posted: June 22nd, 2007