In a long story over the Weekend, the Washington Post dug up some more Brian Williams lies.
The paper writes, "Interviews with more than two dozen of the “NBC Nightly News” anchor’s current and former colleagues reveal a man who took such delight in spinning yarns that he could sometimes lose sight of where the truth began and where it ended."
Of course, many of BriLies stories are from his coverage during Hurricane Katrina.
Talking about his time at the Superdome, Williams said in June last year, Williams said in a taped interview at Columbia University with Brokaw that “all of us watched as one man committed suicide.”
That account was challenged by an NBC producer who was with Williams in the Superdome that night.
“I didn’t see anyone commit suicide. None of us did,” said the producer, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of warnings by NBC management about discussing Williams publicly.
Then he talked about the lack of food for him and the NBC crew covering Katrina. “We were desperate for food and drink. But not like the people we were seeing in the streets,” he said in the documentary “In His Own Words: Brian Williams on Hurricane Katrina.”
“I remember seeing a box of Slim Jims and thinking, ‘That’s better than any restaurant meal right now. That’s the greatest thing I’ve ever seen,’ ” he said.
However, there was abundant food at the Ritz-Carlton, according to DeGersdorff. The hotel was stocked for a fully booked weekend, and it set out buffet breakfasts, lunches and dinners each day.
Later, after the NBC crew left the hotel, the network set up a compound with about two dozen RVs and had “food being trucked in from Houston,” said a producer who worked with Williams during the storm.
The Post uncovers more stories and you can bet there are even more still out there.
NBC News should just cut their ties with Williams right now, there is no way he can comeback and be respected as a network News Anchor.