Can't Upset Their Cash Cow
The Main Stream Media needs to be called out on each and every incident on how they coddle up to Trump at the expense of our democracy.
Afraid of not getting another invite.
Thank you for calling out media's craven deference to this Putin puppet, who ignored the pandemic and proudly promoted tax legislation that benefitted solely the very rich. Presentating Trump as a politician instead of a major purveyor of misery is a serious error.
America’s tombstone will bear the epitaph,
“But it sure did drive traffic.”
Absolutely insane that this clown keeps getting free passes when he should be in prison for life. Craziness.
And now CNN has invited him on - what a friggin' shameful turn of events.
Corporate media is desperate to keep Trump and the GQP relevant and in the horse race. They don't know how to report any other story. Oh, and they crave those invites to the DC Establishment Cocktail Parties that are full of GQP heroes...and billionaires.
Every time I think I’m done being surprised...
So you don't tell us, but who finally told Vanity Fair and the Post about it? Vaughan Hillyard? One of the other members of the media who were there and witnessed it? Someone in Trump's retinue? A secondhand source?
I understand the disgust at the media for failing to apply the same reporting standards usually applied to others, but at what level was the info suppressed?
Please, someone give us 24 hours of peace when we do not hear the T word
I know Notes isn’t Twitter, but <screams into the void>.
Will the phones be pressing assault charges? Cuz that’s rather hyperbolic and misleading to say the reporter was assaulted. The overall point of the trump exemption is fair, but clickbait AF.
Trump is a dictator he cares less about democracy more about Russia who is our mortal enemy
Fuck Trump he’s a treasonous scumbag and deserves the full wrath of the law including execution
Meanwhile, this morning, I received "BREAKING NEWS" that the prosecutor looking into Hunter Biden's taxes may be nearing a decision to press charges. Breathless reporting over nonsense* about a relative (not a politician) is considered breaking news, but lunacy by a top candidate is not?
(* In case anyone wonders, the "nonsense" I was referring to is not the investigation, but the fact that a rumor about "may be nearing a decision" is considered newsworthy. If someone breaks the law, then charge them. The rest is clickbait.)