June 14, 2019
The osprey here at The Aviary had a discussion about the departure of Sarah Huckabee Sanders from the Administration that readers may find interesting. Here is the thread:
She will be sorely missed.
I am hoping her departure signals the end of the briefings altogether in favor of another, more honest venue.
Dana Mathewson replies:
I'm not sure, however, just how a "more honest" venue can be created, considering that today's press is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Democrat Party -- unless, like Rush Limbaugh, you believe it's the other way around (and I'm not going to sit here and say that's maybe not the case).
We might just drop the idea of having an officer from the White House giving direct information to the "press" altogether, since the press affects not to believe most of it anyhow. Or the information could be provided in a one-way format -- paper, secure internet, TV screen or whatever, with no questions taken from the press and therefore no chances for people like Jim Acosta to perform his daily act.
I got a kick out of this video and frankly wonder if at least one of the guys (and maybe gals) in the press actually are "hot" for Sarah, like that one dweeb in the video. Strong women do attract that kind of reaction.
Yup. This is kind of what I had in mind: "Or the information could be provided in a one-way format -- paper, secure internet, TV screen or whatever, with no questions taken from the press and therefore no chances for people like Jim Acosta to perform his daily act."
Stop letting the leftist press command the heights.
And when they complain about not being able to ask questions, just say "No questions needed. I'm stating the facts clearly." I was going to say "I'm being perfectly clear" but that harks back too much to Nixon.
If the news is "read" over a TV screen it can also be shown in text.
Tim throws in his 2c:
CNN sued to get Jim Accosta reinstated based on the notion that Freedom of the Press means a right to access. I have little doubt they'd try that if Trump ended the daily briefings.
The way I'd handle it if they did would be to get some janitor to do the briefings. He'd come out with his mop and start doing the floors while they asked him questions, to which he would reply "huh?" That would infuriate them, but would technically meet the requirements. Any way you slice it, I would never give them anything they wanted.
David Dickinson interjects:
There's a rumor that Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump's press secretary, may be her replacement.
Probably a good choice. She has experience. But being press secretary for the Big Guy is a lot hotter seat. I hope she, or whoever gets the job, isn't afraid to say "Sit down and shut up" whenever it's necessary.
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