Gowdy sobre la desconfianza de los medios: When the 'referee is biased,' you wonder whether fairness is a virtue worth pursuing

“Nuestros redactores se dieron cuenta de la necesidad de una prensa libre,” Gowdy comenzó. “Era tan importante que lo pusieron en la Primera Enmienda.,... la Constitución dice que la prensa debe ser libre, pero no exige que los medios sean justos. We however should require that. We should insist on that. Because there is little use in having a free press if the public doesn’t trust or respect that press.

America’s trust in media is the second-lowest ever recorded, Gowdy emphasized, noting that less than 10% of adults in America say they have a great deal of trust in media organizations. Break it down by political party, and the numbers are even more staggering, Gowdy explained.

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