Trey Gowdy 'really disappointed' with the media | Washington Examiner: Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., said Monday night that he hasn't been happy with the media during his time in the House, and said it's too often rushing to be first instead of worried about being right.
"I've been really disappointed in the media since I've been in Congress," Gowdy said at an event in his home state sponsored by Concerned Veterans for America.
"I think there is a blurring of the line between the opinion page and the news page," he said. "And I can take you to the headlines of almost any website on the Internet right now, and you will say, 'well that's opinion, that's subjective, not objective.'"
Gowdy argued that the press is overly worried about "balance," which in some cases can mean a story quotes both sides of an issue, even if both sides are wrong.
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