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originally posted by: KansasGirl
originally posted by: rickymouse
The rights of our Journalists do not apply to coverage of a United Nations event. The UN does not have to abide by American laws, even on American soil. All of the members, other than American representative have diplomatic immunity while here, they are not puppets of our media in this country.
Sounds like somebody got pissed because some people told him/her no.
They used to call that sour grapes.
Fine. Does that give them permission to take away the rights of US citizens lawfully on their own soil?
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: ketsuko
They rented the venue, it's the same as if anyone else rented it, they can choose to permit journalists or not.
I'm not a fan of the United Nations but this looks like a clickbait article to me.
The Utah state legislature provided $650,000 for the conference.