SHOCK: A Lot Of Reporters Are Flipping Out Over A Trump ‘Incident’ They Don’t Really Understand

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It’s a new day of the week, so there is a new example of media hand-wringing over the president-elect. This time, China. It’s a spectacle, watching writers wax apoplectic over Donald Trump taking a phone call from the president of Taiwan, over China’s objection and his predecessor’s policy of respecting China’s feelings.

 

The stories spewed out with no regard to whether telling an independent Taiwan they belong to Beijing is a just policy in the interests of the United States. The stories poured forth without a thought toward if this policy should continue, or, beyond when it was implemented, why it was implemented. And, hysterically, the cries came up from the echo chamber where very few could have told anyone what the United States’ phone-call policy was a day prior.

 

Vanity Fair, for example, wrote an explainer piece called, “This Is Why Trump’s Taiwan Call Was Truly Bizarre.” The writer graduated college two years ago with a degree in film and literature. The chances she knew how the president is supposed to take calls from Taiwan are low.

The scene recalls the week before, when a reporter class that could never name the past five secretaries of Housing and Urban Development had howled that Dr. Ben Carson lacked the required experience to fill the post. Do tell, Google experts.

 

 

Source: http://dailycaller.com/

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SHOCK: A Lot Of Reporters Are Flipping Out Over A Trump ‘Incident’ They Don’t Really Understand   It’s a new day of the week, so there is a new example of media hand-wringing over the president-elect. This time, China. It’s a spectacle, watching writers wax apoplectic over Donald Trump taking a phone call...