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A whiny liberal journalist had a public mental breakdown during Tuesday's White House press briefing, insisting it's "inflammatory" for the White House to criticize the media for shoddy reporting.
After Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized CNN's coverage of the Russia-Trump hoax and said the media could do a better job, Brian J. Karem, a reporter for Playboy Magazine and the Maryland paper The Sentinel, loudly interrupted her to start crying about how the mass media is a group of powerless victims.
Transcript via NewsBusters:
SARAH HUCKABEE SANDERS: I think it's the constant barrage of fake news directed at this President, probably, that has garnered a lot of his frustration. You point to that report. There are multiple other instances where that outlet that you referenced has been repeatedly wrong and had to point that out or be corrected. There's a video circulating now, whether it's accurate or not, I don't know.According to Karem, the poor, "widdle," hat in hand, billion dollar corporate media who had total control over the minds of the public for around a century are the real victims of the fake news they print because the first administration in decades capable of fighting back against their lies is inflaming people against them by calling their fake news "fake news."
Let's all sit around and cry about how the lying media is losing their ability to control reality, in accordance with Karem's demands. Lying to the public in a desperate attempt to foment a deep state coup is only them "doing their jobs" and we need to respect them for it.
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