Media focusing on all the wrong issues

This is in reply to Mr. Gilbert’s letter to the editor of April 26. In true liberal fashion, the writer has centered on a subject (and referred to a couple others) that have no relevant impact on this nation or the way it’s being run. Rancher Bundy and his racist comments and the band of so-called vigilantes will fade out in the setting sun soon enough. He’s just not that important.

On the other hand we have an administration rife with clowns who flaunt their nose at our constitution, and I would be remiss if I failed to include the sitting President. Does anyone remember him telling Bill O’Reilly (at the Super Bowl interview) that the investigation would prove the IRS didn’t target conservative groups on purpose? How could he possibly know this when the probe was in it’s infancy?

There’s only one obvious answer: the cover-up was already started. It didn’t start in time, though. Lois Lerner did resign, but the investigation goes on, and she’s not yet off the hook, there is more evidence being hidden.

What about Benghazi? Oh, I forgot, “What difference, at this point, does it make?” Translated, this probably means, “If you keep asking questions you’re going to make me implicate a lot of my superiors.”

My favorite is Eric Holder, the biggest crook in 21st Century government. Also the bogus investigation into Fox News reporter James Rosen, then there’s the refusal to prosecute the Black Panther members who were intimidating voters in Philadelphia. The list goes on and on.

You saw little to no coverage on the other networks of the afore-mentioned and hundreds of other crimes and misdeeds by the President and his covey. Had it not been for Fox News all we would hear is what the press and the administration wanted us to hear, including outright lies.

Do we just want trivial news like the Bundy case or do we want to know what’s really going on?

Harold Arbogast

Parsons