January 06, 2018

Andrew Klavan -- The Wolff Book Proves It: Our Journalists Stink

Dana Mathewson

Yeah, as usual, Andrew gets it. All of it.
The self-destruction of Steve Bannon is a terrific story but not an important story. That is, for those of us who love politics for its Shakespearean revelation of character on the grand stage, it's an amazing farewell-to-all-my-greatness moment. But if you are concerned about the threats to liberty at home and abroad, the prosperity of our fellow Americans and allies, and the positive developments — like fresh space exploration — that might emerge from a new American century, well, Steve don't matter much. Or at all.

But Bannon's fall, and the scandal-mongering book that helped it along — Michael Wolff'sFire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House— do underscore one thing of real importance: our mainstream journalists are genuinely awful. They will sell any narrative they can to keep from selling the one that seems increasingly likely to be true:Trump is smarter than they are and doing a better job than the last two presidents combined.[Emphasis mine]

He goes on to provide some great examples. The article is here:https://pjmedia.com/andrewklavan/wolff-book-proves-journalists-stink/

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