Greta Van Susterin says he should, “Back off”.
The unkempt news pundit worked for Fox News for years before leaving and going to work at MSNBC. Now, admittedly, she says he should back off on his off-the-cuff references to things that either didn’t happen or didn’t happen the way he says.
Rush Limbaugh says that the media people think they are above reproach:
“Media Clowns Think They Have Constitutional Immunity from Criticism”
I want to thank F. Chuck Todd of NBC for opening my eyes to this. For the longest time I’ve been genuinely curious why it is that media people think that they cannot be criticized.
And they really do. They really think they can go out and research people and they can dig up dirt from anybody they want, their pasts, and they can broadcast it all over. And if somebody’s life, somebody’s marriage, somebody’s relationship, somebody’s kid gets destroyed or ruined, fine and dandy.
They can do all of that they want, but you turn it around and you start investigating your favorite journalist to find out how many illegitimate kids he or she might have had in college or how many DUIs they had, you know, or how many communist sympathizer meetings they went to, then all hell breaks loose and they start squealing like stuck pigs, “You can’t do that! We’re journalists!”
Kurt Schlichter at Townhall says:
“President Trump Has Been Far Too Nice To The Mainstream Media”
The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly zero damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous self-image. He doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they are anything but what Instapundit calls “Democratic Party operatives with bylines.” Trump called them the “the enemy of the American People,” to which normals responded with “Yeah, sounds about right.”
Then there is this from NBC.
It’s no wonder Mr. Trump holds media people in such low regard.