In a fundraising email reportedly sent this week, President Donald Trump explained why he intends to skip the White House Correspondents Dinner again: “Why would I want to be stuck in a room with a bunch of fake news liberalswho hate me?”
Fair point, right? Not to the leftist media, who continue to argue that Trump’s “attacks” on them threaten our democracy.
What I personally find far more threatening to our democracy is the unimaginable sycophantry toward failed Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton the media practiced during the election two years ago.
Case in point: Meet Amy Chozick, a so-called “political reporter” for The New York Times who published a book Monday, “Chasing Hillary,” that recounts her experiences “chasing this luminous figure” since meeting her as a child, as reported by Kyle Smith of National Review.
In the book Chozick readily admits that she dreamed of she and Clinton trying on clothes together at a fashion retailer named Zara, readily admits that “it felt damn good” to “bask in the girl power” when Clinton won the Democrat nomination and readily admits that she found Clinton’s email scandal uninteresting and irrelevant.
Yes, of course, because who the hell cares if Clinton’s recklessness compromised the identity of a CIA informant who later wound up dead, right? RIGHT?
Chozick also admits that practically every other female leftist-media reporter felt the same way as her about their queen:
Chozick says that perhaps 18 out of 20 reporters on the Hillary beat on a typical day were women, and she makes it clear that this wasn’t an accident: The crew were excited about the prospect of what they dubbed the “FWP,” for First Woman President.
When awaiting an offer from the campaign to take a group photo with their idol, Chozick relates that the reporters excitedly chattered amongst themselves about the prospect in text messages. It doesn’t make the women look great.
Nor does it make them look great that when some pretty boy actor who supports Clinton showed up to talk to them, they started acting like horny monkeys: “[H]is ‘feral grey eyes’ caused the women ‘to abandon whatever story we were working on to flip our hair and ask useless questions.'”
It also doesn’t help their image that after Clinton lost the election, they experienced a “breakdown” and had to comfort one another with...Read More HERE