Orwellian BS: NPR editor says calling a politician a liar—based on clear facts—is angry/editorializing/an opinion. pic.twitter.com/0iwoPMezTg
— Reed F. Richardson (@reedfrich) September 15, 2016
There are good reporters, doing real reporting even as we speak. But the suits who control the megaphones — and the airwaves — have decided that it pays better to strap on their monogrammed kneepads and pretend it’s all another reality show…
1) Clinton publishes 100K+ words of policies.
2) Trump: "She's running a policy free campaign!"
3) Media: Campaigns trade barbs on policy.
— David M. Perry (@Lollardfish) September 15, 2016
Conway: Clinton has 0 policies
Mitchell: Wrong-hers have 12X more words than Trump's
C: lol who has time to read pic.twitter.com/W4VWyfyDnO
— Adam Khan (@Khanoisseur) September 13, 2016
Donald Trump made at least 12 false statements today. pic.twitter.com/wrmVE3tcyq
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) September 16, 2016
America facing important election
Americans: We have questions about candidates
TV execs: This should help[ENTER: MATT LAUER AND DR OZ]
— Dan Diamond (@ddiamond) September 15, 2016
4 every minute spent by reporters talking bout dr oz con job, another student shuld drop out of journalism school. This profession is dying.
— Kurt Eichenwald (@kurteichenwald) September 15, 2016