Last week Fox News host Bill O’Reilly revealed that Georgetown Law student and contraception advocate Sandra Fluke, perhaps known for her ill-advised portrayal by conservative talker Rush Limbaugh, had secured the services of SKDKnickerbocker, a public relations firm with offices in Albany, N.Y., New York City and Washington, D.C.
The public relations firm has close ties to president Obama, with one of its managing directors being former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn. But Fluke isn’t the only high-profile client the firm has represented in recent days.
As first reported by Betsy Rothstein of FishbowlDC, SKDKnickerbocker was involved with the initial rollout of the HBO film “Game Change,” a film which has been criticized by many on the right for its negative portrayal of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Emily Lenzner, also one of the firm’s managing directors, confirmed its involvement with “Game Change” to The Daily Caller. She said her firm worked with HBO to put on Thursday night’s Washington, D.C. premiere at the Newseum, which was attended by various influential members of the media.
It's all one, big incestusous con between Hollywood, the media and the White House.