I received an email Tuesday afternoon from Politifact reporter Molly Moorhead.
I’m not going to share it with you.
What I am going to do is write some things that aforementioned letter inspired.
Yes, I’d make an excellent editor.
I’m not your editor.
My goal isn’t to make your reporting better—it’s to hold you accountable to your professed standards.
I use the term Politifraud advisedly. I believe the whole unbiased, middle-of-the-road, we-call-‘em-like-we-see-‘em from a neutral perspective is a load of crap.
I think there’s a serious case of groupthink at Politifraud.
If you want to be a journalist, grow a thick skin.
Criticisms made by me are incredibly meaningless in the grand scheme of things. Even with an Instalanche, I reach fewer people than I did when I was writing articles for The Lompoc Record in the mid-90s.
Your periodic reminder that Sheldon Whitehouse is a conspiracy theorist unable to interpret any events except through the lens of hidden puppet masters. https://twitter.com/SenWhitehouse/status/1639697924467597313
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