Me­dia not writ­ing for the peo­ple

Cecil Whig - - OPINION -

FROM: JOHN ZALESKI ELKTON

Ce­cil Whig, do you think you can de­vi­ate from pub­lish­ing the usual po­lit­i­cal ed­i­to­rial hacks like Ge­orge Will, Kath­leen Parker, Dana Mil­bank and Eu­gene Robin­son, who write opin­ion pieces on noth­ing but Don­ald Trump’s “tone” and how he of­fends peo­ple, and fo­cus on get­ting some opin­ion writ­ers who are ac­tu­ally in the tank for “We, The Peo­ple?”

Re­gard­less of tone, what Trump is talk­ing about is cor­rect: We The Peo­ple need jobs and an im­proved econ­omy. None of your opin­ion writ­ers dis­cuss the walk­ing, ly­ing, con­niv­ing, de­ceiv­ing dis­as­ter that is Hil­lary Clin­ton and how she is com­pletely bereft of any­thing that will help the com­mon work­ing man and woman put food on the ta­ble or pay the mort­gage!

For cry­ing out loud — does ev­ery­one in the jour­nal­ist class suf­fer from cog­ni­tive dis­so­nance?

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