Honeymoon is over
Recent writer to the "Opinion" section of the Gazette used quotes from Crazy Horse and Chief Sitting Bull to show how difficult it is to expect the truth from the white man. Considering the circumstances and treaties made by our government with Indians, the quotes perfectly fit the times of 150 years ago.
However to apply these quotes of dishonesty to our new president because, for the first time, he calls out the Media, points out their hypocrisy, liberal bias, using inference, etc. to distort the "truth" of what was said or what happened on a particular day For example, today, on one of the morning media news shows, a female read her script about news of the day and it went like this: "Today the Vice-President "tried" to convince the allied countries that we were backing them." Notice the word "tried" and if you know what the word means, then you know what the liberal media wishes to "infer" or "convey" to the public about the presidential administration.
The honeymoon is over for the liberal media, namely "The Washington Post," "The New York Times," "The Los Angeles Times" and the other small newspapers throughout the United States who follow in lock-step with the leaders because "It's the right thing to do."
Our Constitution guarantees the "freedom of the press" The problem with our media is that they believe that freedom means "no holds barred." They might well call it, the "Divine Right of the Press," something like the "Divine Right of the King" that we escaped from years ago
To the Media, who, never before found themselves under attack by their president, and are now squealing and counterattacking as vehemently as they can, try being truthful, exemplify integrity in what you say and in what you write.; otherwise, as Stthkespeare points out dishonesty in his play, "Hamlet," by putting the following words into the mouth of one of the characters, namely, "Me thinks thou dost protest too much." which can apply to anyone who is not telling the truth and suggests a guilty conscience.