June 18, 2019 | From the New York Post
‘[T]he coverage that greeted Sanders’ announcement that she is leaving after two years on the firing line. There was neither fondness nor civility and none of the usual willingness to let bygones be bygones when the day is done.
This was personal and it was cruel.
Moments like this reveal how nasty and partisan the left-wing media has become. Their hatred of President Trump knows no bounds, and many are using the departure of Sanders to engage in what the late Charles Krauthammer called “moral preening.”
Sanders, you see, is unforgiven and will never eat another expense-account lunch in the nation’s capital. The media enforcers are better than her and she is condemned for eternity. . . .
Sanders, just 36, will never be a member of that elite boys club. Journalists might have at least recognized her for being just the third woman to hold the job, but that would mean giving Trump credit and excusing her decision to work for him. . . .
But Sanders will be missed. She was quick on her feet and gave as good as she got. She was also smart enough not to take herself too seriously.
“No one elected me to anything,” she told the Times. “They elected the president.”
That’s the fact the media can’t stomach.” (Excerpt from The New York Post, commentary by Michael Goodwin.)
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