After a person NBC News claimed is a freelancer working for them was pulled over by police (and ticketed for traffic offenses) while following a bus carrying jurors in the Rittenhouse trial, Judge Schroeder barred MSNBC from the entire courthouse.
Obviously media curiosity about the jury continues, and this is how the Associated Press handled it:
I regret to inform you that the AP is at it again. 😌 pic.twitter.com/ecNzxhG1tZ
— Christina Pushaw 🐊 (@ChristinaPushaw) November 20, 2021
“Appeared to be”? That’s top-notch journalism right there!
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) November 20, 2021
The AP couldn’t be more predictable.
"appeared to be" 🙄
— Joel Goldenberg (@JoelGoldenberg1) November 20, 2021
Like the city they live in? Huh. pic.twitter.com/nFK8nC93Ya
— BearFlagFan (@BearFlagFan) November 20, 2021
The AP is almost as useful as CNN.
— BHH (@BHH_STIG) November 20, 2021
They would have deliberated for 3 1/2 minutes had it not been for the media slurs threats and intimidation. https://t.co/CsLlyYDNoq
— LetsgoBrandon (@LetsgoBrandunnn) November 20, 2021
They will never stop trying to divide us https://t.co/tExaR4yB2q
— Daft Pundit (@thedaftpundit) November 20, 2021
That certainly appears to be the case, and the media proves it daily.