Mediaite’s Joey Wulfsohn, Fearless Journalist: Show Notes, Dangerous Thinkers 006

Dangerous Thinkers

Fearless journalist and Dangerous Thinker, Mediate’s Joseph Wulfsohn, calls out his brethren for their extremely unfair and biased coverage of President Trump after the Charlottesville kerfuffle, the failure of the last-century media to cover the Debbie Wasserman Schultz IT scandal, and discusses media malpractice in general.

Key Points

  • The traditional media has been very unfair in its coverage of President Trump, in part because of blind hatred, which makes it impossible to view him objectively
  • The traditional media wants to stay on whatever narrative they decide, regardless of the facts, such as the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, which is journalistic malpractice
  • What conservative students can do to survive in the liberal bubble of academia

Resources Mentioned or Related

Joseph A. Wulfsohn (@JosephWulfsohn) | Twitter

Media Coverage of Charlottesville Tragedy Reveals a Multitude of Double Standards | Mediaite

House IT Scandal: Dem Rep. Office Approved $120,000 Missing Equipment Write-off | Mediaite

Antifa & Alt-Right: Twin Cancers Eating America | National Review

Ana Navarro Gave Thousands to Liberal Democrats | Mediaite

‘Dishonest’ Media? Underreporting of the Democratic IT Staffer Scandal Validates Trump’s Attack | Mediaite

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