After more than half-a-million web articles on â€śRussia collusionâ€ť generating nearly a quarter of a billion interactions on Facebook and Twitter, the media need to do some serious â€śsoul searching,â€ť contends veteran newsman Brit Hume.
â€śIt is the worst journalistic debacle of my lifetime, and Iâ€™ve been in this business about 50 years,â€ť he said in an interview with the Fox News Channelâ€™s Sandra Smith.
Hume was reacting to special counsel Robert Muellerâ€™s conclusion after nearly two years of investigation that the Trump campaign did not collude with the Russian government to win the 2016 presidential election. The special counsel also found no evidence that the president obstructed justice....
Thanks US. I've never seen such, in your face, pop-ups, from a quasi-mainstream site like that. Reeks of desperation, and it's super annoying. The thing that really sealed the deal for me, is that everytime their pop-ups are closed, the articles default right back to the beginning, so you have to race to find your spot, and read a little more before the page is taken over again...ha-ha.
Christopher000 wrote: Percy Wrote: "Come on Sa five time s I tried reading rest article and kept switching to some other I gave up!" You can thank WND for that. Any article linked to them, and you get hit with full page pop-ups every few seconds...super annoying and obtrusive.
Agree Christopher, I don't even click on links to the WND site because of all the trouble found at the site on both phone and computer, not worth the hassle.
Jim Lincoln wrote: It will be interesting to see how much time the Democrats will spend on Trump's and his clan's past and present behavior. Trump's behavior before he became President as well documented.
You would have labeled such behavior against Barak Obama a racist Lynch mob. Ever get tired of the double standard?