Samantha Bee lets the media have it


Starting with Matt Lauer, she brutally attacks the way that the media have failed in their duty to inform the public.

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  1. says

    I love when the media turns on itself, gets all introspective, and then chases off after Kim Kardashian’s new wardrobe again. It’s very thinky.

    Bee is doing a good job.

  2. says

    PS – not that the talking heads understand or care, but when they say “the viewers should be asking those questions.” What viewers? You mean “Dwindling” and “Ignoring you”? THOSE viewers?

  3. John Smith says

    A lot of Clinton partisans are attacking Matt Lauer and others for being too harsh on Clinton, which is simply untrue. This is the pot calling the kettle black – a defense of Clinton and an attack on Trump. Clinton associates with war criminals and has advocated torture for most of her career. CF is Pay To Play and there are supposed to be back ups for deleted information.

    I honestly don’t think there is any significant difference between the two candidates, other than rhetoric and experience. I don’t see them being very different presidents. This is just a circus with rapidly dying entertainment value. As Chris Hedges pointed out, Clinton is campaigning as Romney in drag. (source: http://www.worldwidehippies.com/chris-hedges-fooled/). Dressed up and more presentable with Meanwhile, Trump is Reality Show Romney. Flipping a coin seems like the best way to decide how to vote.

  4. Dunc says

    The media has no duty to inform the public – that’s just one of the many lies that the media has propagated about itself. It’s an advertising claim, just like “I can’t believe it’s not butter!”, and exactly as true.

    You can argue that they should have a duty to inform the public, but as it stands, they don’t.

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