Gainor: Brian Ross’s Latest Fake News Is ‘a Huge Black Mark on Journalism’

President Donald Trump continued to ridicule ABC News and their reporter Brian Ross for a false report about Mike Flynn’s cooperation with the Russia investigation.
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Media Research Center Vice President of Business and Culture Dan Gainor joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday to discuss ABC’s suspension of reporter Brian Ross for his erroneous reporting involving the Mueller investigation.

He also discussed how media freaks out over every Tweet by President Trump.

Gainor attributed today’s political and media climate to their continued inability to accept Trump’s victory in 2016. “Their reaction is that of a two-year-old child and it’s a tantrum. So, what we’ve been going through since November last year is a national tantrum,” he said.

Added Gainor, “the press is a huge part of that.”

He cast the Brian Ross suspension as something of a joke, “suspended for four weeks around Christmas? I know a lot of people who would be happy with that,” said Gainor.

“No matter what,” he continued, “this is a huge black mark on journalism and for Brian Ross it’s sure as heck not the first. Remember, he’s the same guy who falsely linked a Tea Party member to the Aurora, Colorado mass murder.” Gainor said Ross has survived multiple missteps and asked, “where is ABC’s investigation into their investigation team?”

He went on to say that ultimately media doesn’t care about facts as much as they do their liberal agenda.

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