Horrible media coverage summed up in one tweet

Via Byron York:

Yes, awful disproportionate media coverage, but damn if this doesn’t say something bad about Americans as well.

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4 Responses to Horrible media coverage summed up in one tweet

  1. Alex says:

    The small part of me that isn’t completely horrified by this tries to explain it by believing that the imbalance here is in part because Dems are being more intellectually honest: I would say I’m a little bothered by Clinton’s email issues, even if they pale in comparison to Trump’s racism.

  2. R. Jenrette says:

    Who isn’t bothered by the emails? But he is the only candidate proven to have stiffed working people, defrauded many, lies routinely, personally attacks his opponents, could care less about policy, disrespects most everyone, grades women on their bust size among other criteria and whose whole campaign appears to be the ultimate scam.
    As for his voters, after it’s over and the results are in, I’ll reveal what I really think. I won’t know the scope for sure until then.

  3. rgbact says:

    Wow. Liberals are now declaring that birtherism should be more important than emails. not surprising that 95% of the times i’ve heard of birtherism….its been from liberals.

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