The left wing bias of the AP and other lamestream media outlets has been glaringly obvious for the entire eight years of the Obama regime. Now it would seem that their arm-twisting is just about to come to an end. Maybe if the fake news media started performing in a more professional and objective manner they would get better treatment.
The old way of doing business in the Brady Briefing Room of the White House is now over — and the Associated Press is not happy about it.
The legendary wire service, founded in 1846, is usually the press secretary’s first pick at White House briefings.
“In the Trump administration, mainstream media is about to see its long-standing media monopoly broken up and they’re petrified.”
But under President Donald Trump’s new administration, White House press secretary Sean Spicer has so far not called on AP for the first question.
On Monday, Spicer called first on a reporter from the New York Post, a conservative tabloid. That brought some murmuring from the mainstream media. Trump and Spicer had disrupted the normal media “pecking order” at White House briefings.
On Tuesday, the pecking order was disrupted again when Spicer called on a LifeZette reporter first. Liberal journalists on Twitter erupted with characteristic indignation. More