They all remained quiet about Michael Moore...
The slightest criticism of Bill Clinton and they go nuts......but they all loved Michael Moore and Fahrenheit 9/11.
ABC faced growing pressure about its planned miniseries on the buildup to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Former Clinton administration officials, historians and a Democratic petition with nearly 200,000 signatures urged the network to scrap the five-hour drama.It seems the only one defending the mini-series is Thomas Kean, the chairman of the 9/11 commission.
The network said the movie, scheduled to air commercial-free on Sunday and Monday, is being edited to deal with concerns that it distorts history. ABC had no response to the calls to abandon it.
A group of historians, including Arthur Schlesinger Jr. and Princeton University's Sean Wilentz, wrote to ABC parent Walt Disney Co. CEO Robert Iger, urging him to scrap the series. They said that permitting inaccuracies to heighten drama is "disingenuous and dangerous."
"A responsible broadcast network should have nothing to do with the falsification of history, except to expose it," they wrote.