|Whatever, not surprised.|
|Life possibly is slightly more sophisticated than this.|
But I follow @Rosie on Twitter because she's gotten in some good digs against the current administration among her comically exaggerated, stereotypically liberal digs against everyone she disagrees with.
I'm complicated, you guys. YOU KNEW THAT.
Anyway, yesterday it happened that the White House blocked a number of respected media outlets from its Friday press gaggle, including CNN, the New York Times, BuzzFeed, and the Washington Post, while admitting breitbart.com, foxnews.com, and washingtontimes.com to the briefing.
Completely not related. RIGHT.
|Completely AND absolutely. Just saying.|
The thing is, here is Rosie's response:
BOYCOTT THE WHITE HOUSE.
How is is that even an officially intelligence-deficient response?
Oh, right. Let's boycott the White House so that only right-wing, @POTUS-friendly outlets have access to White House briefings.
Let's be so delusional as to believe that sympathetic outlets comprise the sum total of news outlets covering the White House and present both sides once they are the sole audience of WH briefings.
And...let's pretend that alt-right outlets possess anything like the journalistic integrity to boycott a biased White House.
Rosie, you are a media celebrity. Embrace that. But don't try to turn your tabloid fame into actual credibility.
As long as you encourage grown-ass people to act like reactionary liberal slaves of the left-wing establishment, you cannot be taken seriously.
I think. I decide. And I vote.
You have no impact on my independent decisions, you fucking snowflake.
Just saying. Think for yourselves, Drunkards.
You are way more important than a fucking celebrity. Seriously.
Vote as if that were the absolute truth.
I trust you.