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<i>Just</i> a Blogger': Watch Michelle Malkin Assert the Power of Conservative Media at 'Right Online


"You're blogging in your spare time, when these 'real reporters' can't do their jobs when they're on the clock!"

Following her tense segment on Hannity with Juan Williams this week, where she was insulted as just a "blogger on the blogosphere" and "not a real journalist," Michelle Malkin is firing back at the "snotty condescension from liberal elite journalists" like Williams.

At the "Right Online" convention this weekend, Malkin began her speech, "My name is Michelle Malkin and I am just a blogger," to roars of applause.

She continued: "You're blogging in your spare time when these 'real reporters' can't do their jobs when they're on the clock!  'Just a blogger...'  I want it on a t-shirt."

Watch her entire speech below, via Right Online:

A few quotes from the speech include:

"Journalism is not something you are, it's something you do."

"There are real reporters who won't even say the name 'Brett Kimberlin' out of fear...The kind of harassment that I've gone through over the past twenty years pales in comparison to what these individuals bloggers [have gone through]...and we owe them so much for standing up, for telling the truth.  Thank them, get their backs."

"A lot of progressives...always ask me, 'Why are you so mad?'  Why the hell shouldn't I be mad?  You're trying to flush our country down the toilet!  I'm not going to tell you that you're a nice person.  And I think we need more people in Washington...not to concede that these people are 'nice' people."

"Once you un-mask the Occupy movement, the next step is taking the future generation of wealth-creators and job-creators in this country and immunizing them against the progressive virus.  So we can't wait until they're in college..."

"We fight for our freedom, for our faith, and for our families, and that's what distinguishes us from these miserable enemies...You know, if I had to be the crusader and a cheerleader for a culture of dependency and entitlement, and coercion, and a massive welfare state that crushed religious liberty, and individual liberty, and the free market, and innovation-- I'd be pretty darn miserable, too."

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