This week the media sounded a collective alarm about Trump and concerns over press freedom. Earlier in the week, some media in New York had a problem with access, and it didn’t involve Trump:

Here’s why the press wasn’t allowed in, according to the Queens Chronicle:

According to Ramos Rios and campaign spokesman Corbin Trent, that unwanted attention led to a press ban both for last Wednesday’s listening tour stop in the Bronx and Sunday’s in Corona.

“We wanted to help create a space where community members felt comfortable and open to express themselves without the distraction of cameras and press. These were the first set of events where the press has been excluded,” Trent said. “This is an outlier and will not be the norm. We’re still adjusting our logistics to fit Alexandria’s national profile.”

If the Ocasio-Cortez campaign was worried about a media crush, couldn’t they have just chosen a few reporters to attend?

If Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign wants to eliminate reports of her misstatement, lies and gaffes then media access to the Left’s newest rock star might get even more limited.