WharfRat wrote:Mookie4ever wrote:It goes to show you that journalists always always have an agenda and you just can't trust most of what you read.
Also, this is total BS I might add, but that's neither here nor there.
? How so?
Let's here your side of it. I've been involved in many cases where journalists have a story and an angle already pre-written in their heads (maybe even written) out and then they go for the interview to either get the back up or the quote that they want.
It doesn't take long to get to know the writers in your city and their agendas. I can count on one hand the reporters that are truly objective and I feel will cover a story impartially.
My experience is only with business reporters but I feel confident that with a public interest story like this one it is even more true.