Imagine if a lawmaker introduced an unconstitutional anti-gun bill and the media told the truth.
Imagine if reporters actually did their job, and held the lawmaker accountable.
Imagine if they described the bill as a violation of our constitutional rights, an assault on personal liberties and individual freedoms, and not what the Framers had in mind when they wrote the Second Amendment.
Imagine if there were editorials calling out the lawmaker for his unconstitutional views, questioning his ethics and demanding he or she resign.
The media is supposed to be the watchdog of our elected officials. They’re supposed to ask questions and hold them accountable. However, when it comes to anything having to do with guns, the media has completely abrogated their responsibilities.
The sad part is they don’t care.
The media controls the narrative. They can correct bad behavior. They can force change if they want.
Unfortunately, this will never happen, because almost all journalists are incredibly — almost violently — anti-gun.
— Lee Williams in What the Media Thinks of You