Gov. Ron DeSantis went after the media the other day after another arrest was made in the Durham investigation regarding the Steele dossier, noting how for two years the media pushed the dossier as true and not fictional opposition research from the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign.

In his remarks, DeSantis claimed that journalists make up anonymous sources, which caught the ear of Ted Bridis, who teaches investigative reporting at the University of Florida. Bridis didn’t say anything about the veracity of the Steele dossier, but he did take exception to the idea that journalists make up anonymous sources. (We imagine it’s rare; what’s much more common is journalists asking their colleagues for comment and publishing it anonymously, saying, “People familiar with the matter said….”)

Bridis probably didn’t know he was setting himself up for a ratio:

This guy really didn’t get the responses he thought he was going to get.