On “Hannity” Monday Michelle Malkin was dishing it out on her fellow journalists.
Malkin says that the media seems to have learned nothing from the November election and that the media, in general, is suffering from “post-election indigestion.”
Malkin makes a few excellent points; the news media in this country isn’t supposed to be slanting the news or trying to sway the American people. The very foundation of good journalism is to be impartial and report facts, but this “thin skinned” disposition that many news anchors have, and their way of showing it by berating guests and right leaning politicians displays their lack of journalistic integrity.
Let’s be clear on one thing; the President has a job to do, and the media has a job to do. For too long the two have been having to compensate for one another. With the former administration president would screws up and the media tries to make him look good anyway.
The news media acts like leftist puppets, and the President gives them credibility by fawning on them. President Trump is correct, he will no doubt mess up and then the media can lambast him for it, but until then lets everyone return to their own corners and wait for the bell to ring.
(Source: Fox News Insider)