The snowflakes in the media are certainly not taking the weekend of news very well. CNN’s Brian Stelter is able to “sense” the discomfort on Twitter and TV.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) January 29, 2017
Hey Brian and Alex, there are a lot of Americans in places like San Bernardino, California who have been very uncomfortable since radical Islamic terrorism inflicted tragedy on their community.
Right? Because as usual, it's all about them. https://t.co/HoEQCYp86y
— lauren (@LilMissRightie) January 29, 2017
Nevermind the fact that “journalists” are supposed to be fearless seekers of information.
— Chase Woodruff (@dcwoodruff) January 29, 2017
Suck it up buttercup. I've been uncomfortable for 8 years. https://t.co/M9KRD7HxEe
— 🇺🇸Vicki🇺🇸 (@vibow54) January 29, 2017
— Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) January 29, 2017
For members of the media and “journalists,” had they simply reported the news accurately and as objectively as possible, distrust would not be at an all-time high and they would have the credibility they once possessed. The fall of the mainstream media in this country is self-inflicted. They shilled for the Obama administration for eight years, and now they expect Americans to take them seriously as they decry Trump’s every move.