I know that news selection is inevitable (and that what you consider newsworthy is part of your liberal bias). I tend to be impatient with people who say “they should have covered Y instead of X.”
But this got me:
Five years after Michael Brown’s shooting death, residents say while there are some positive political signs, but (sic) much more needs to be done. His death ignited protests and a nationwide resurgence in civil rights efforts, and focused on how police treat African Americans. But critics say state and local lawmakers aren’t focusing enough on areas that need further reform.
(Your email today)
Wouldn’t it be more helpful if you would set the record straight on the Michael Brown shooting instead of focusing on the effects of the myth and the calculated, incorrigible lying, by people including Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris?
Thanks for listening.