Media Promoting Opinions of Teenagers in Emotional State
By: Bill O'ReillyFebruary 20, 2018
Former Republican Congressman Jack Kingston suggested on CNN that some of the high schoolers in Florida are being used by leftist people in the gun control debate.  A number of teenagers have appeared on television bashing the White House over gun violence.

While this is most likely true, there have been a few young people that have taken a more conservative view. But the big question is: should the media be promoting opinions by teenagers who are in an emotional state and facing extreme peer pressure in some cases?

The answer is no, the media should not be doing that.

We are living in a media world where there are no longer any rules.  The national press believes it is their job to destroy the Trump administration by any means necessary.  So if the media has to use kids to do that, they’ll use kids.

Tonight on The No Spin News, we’ll analyze this troubling issue, and also talk about the attacks on Laura Ingraham in the wake of the LeBron James controversy.

Hope you’ll join us beginning at 7 eastern time this evening.
 
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