Thursday, July 28, 2016

Trump shreds First Amendment's freedom of the Press, in Waukesha.

Cafeteria constitutional conservatives like to pick and choose what works and what doesn't work, freedom wise, depending on the situation.
"...prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press;..."
Republicans have been setting this argument up for a long time; the liberal media can't be trusted. So of course the corrupted liberal press is not constitutionally protected.

It was just a matter of time before someone like Trump, a right wing authoritarian, would test just how willing a resentful public would be to make little exceptions in the beginning:
JS: At Mike Pence's first public event as the Republican vice-presidential candidate, a Washington Post reporter was barred from entering the venue and was patted down by Waukesha County deputies, according to The Washington Post … When reporter Jose DelReal asked whether others attending the rally could enter with their cellphones, he said the official replied, "Not if they work for The Washington Post."

"First, press credentials for The Washington Post were revoked by Donald Trump," Post Executive Editor Martin Baron said. "Now, law enforcement officers, in collusion with private security officials, subjected a reporter to bullying treatment that no ordinary citizen has to endure. All of this took place in a public facility no less. The harassment of an independent press isn't coming to an end. It's getting worse."

1 comment:

  1. Traitor Trump will, no doubt, send such impudent reporters to Russia for his friend Putin to inter in a gulag.