‘The bill itself will not cost 3.5 trillion dollars, in the sense that it will be entirely or at least partly paid for.’ If you believe this, I’ve got a Senate seat to sell you.
Stelter allowed Speier to make such a claim without any pushback or even a measly qualifier on a program supposedly dedicated to exposing media malfeasance.
If potato head Brian Stelter finds an elementary masking article to be ‘really thoughtful,’ perhaps an actual potato would be a better cable TV host.
Other journalists at legacy outlets should be pushing back hard on the shortsighted policies Stelter is using his platform to sell under the banner of responsible journalism.
CNN’s media critic wonders if there is a network that criticizes Trump non-stop.
The media has for decades been constructing a pretense that an elderly four-time cancer patient who falls asleep on the job and can barely walk is peppy, alert, and capable.
Vox Correspondent Liz Plank perpetuates false information about hate crimes and media coverage of the Jussie Smollett attack on CNN.
‘These are two women public figures, attacking women public figures… They both use what is universally recognized as the worst terms about which you can talk about African Americans or women.’
‘Obviously (the intelligence community is) leaking like sieves in ongoing war against the president. . . As we take this information from them we should also apply skepticism.’
By giving Donald Trump’s taunts so much coverage, the media have given other politicians shut out of valuable air time little reason to avoid insults.
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