Tuesday, September 20, 2016

You used too many words

What they meant to say was "The Death of Journalism."

I admit even that would be insufficient; journalism died long ago.

[T]the Times ran its “News Analysis” atop Page One while relegating its news story on Trump’s press conference to page A10. Moreover, “News Analysis” stories generally offer context. They don’t offer thundering condemnation. Yet thundering condemnation is exactly what the Times story provided. Its headline read, “Trump Gives Up a Lie But Refuses to Repent.” Not “falsehood,” which leaves open the possibility that Trump was merely mistaken, but “lie,” which suggests, accurately, that Trump had every reason to know that what he was saying about Obama’s citizenship was false.
The article’s text was even more striking. It read like an opinion column"

Do tell. No such analysis for a Clinton, I suppose. Meanwhile, here's Elizabeth Warren, celebrated:

Elizabeth Warren in Columbus: "Donald Trump has more support from the Aryan Nation and the KKK than he does from leaders of his own party" Massachusetts senator also calls Trump a "selfish low-life"


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wait.....you're actually saying these are bad things?

11:44 AM, September 20, 2016  

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