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THUD: Brian Stelter shares take pinning Covington story on 'America in 2019,' trips HARD over 'journalism in 2019'

Is referring to all that’s happened surrounding the overblown, bogus and flat-out rabid reactions to the Covington story the media helped spread like wildfire as “America in 2019” a way to make it a dig at Trump even in the wake of journo malfeasance? CNN’s Brian Stelter shared a letter purportedly from a TV executive that’s supposed to sum it all up:


Well, that’s ONE way to spin what’s happened. However, it’s actually more evidence of the state of “journalism” in 2019 than “America” in 2019, as Stelter was reminded:

A sizable portion of the media will just refuse to acknowledge the point.


The level of denial is nothing short of amazing, though not incredibly surprising considering the track record.


So it’s official:

Not. At. All.

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