Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) snapped at a reporter this week for asking questions about allegations of corruption surrounding Joe and Hunter Biden, part of a long pattern of Pelosi treating press members with open hostility.
Neera Tanden, a Democratic Party thought leader who once praised the "moral compunction" of the Chinese government, holds some pretty odious political views. When it comes to the American media, however, she is dead right.
As the professional journalists in the mainstream media are constantly reminding us, criticizing the media is akin to condoning violence against a vulnerable class of hardworking Americans who desire nothing more than to pursue the Truth and sell books about the perils of being a journalist. An attack on the media is an attack on democracy itself.
The professional journos are at it again. A New York Post report on Hunter Biden's emails suggests the renegade son of the former vice president attempted to introduce his dad to a Ukrainian oil executive in 2015. Members of the news media seized on the report, urging "caution" and admonishing their colleagues for sharing it on social media.
Australian Sky News host James Morrow called "bullshit" on NBC News' presentation of Joe Biden supporters as undecided voters at Biden's Monday town hall, highlighting a Washington Free Beacon report that exposed the ruse.