The story that has media all across the country going orgasmic in the last 24 hours is teens speaking out for gun control. It’s the kind of story that leads to a loss of objectivity, emotions on the reporter pouring through, and stupid questions.
No surprise, that was the case this afternoon on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered.”
Co-host of the program, NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly (who just might have the most nauseating female voice on national radio) talked with Sam Zeif, a student survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Zeif met with President Trump today (Wednesday) at the White House to encourage him to take action on the issue of gun control.
During the interview, Kelly (or is it Louise Kelly, I’m never sure) asked the young, unpolished Zeif if he was a supporter of President Trump.
Just what the hell does that have to do with anything? The poor kid couldn’t even vote in the last presidential election.
The question was a liberal attempt to cue the teen up to use a nationwide broadcast opportunity to take a shot at the president.
Why taxpayers are required to subsidize this wholly-owned subsidiary of the Democrat Party is beyond me.