A little media honesty would be nice

Saturday Night Live hasn't been truly funny in a while.

But every once in a while the show stumbles upon some humor.

Case and point last week's show where SNL parodied The View.

The woman playing Joy Behar tried a riff on the president's name, but just folded and admitted that she's only on the show to oppose Trump.

It's humorous because it's true.

There are a lot of people on TV, and not just comedians, who are on the air to oppose President Trump as well.

It would be nice if they could be as honest as SNL.

And that's the problem. The media has lost its integrity, not because no one reports the facts, but because no one is honest.

You could stomach a lot of the coverage of this president, if the people doing the coverage would simply admit that they don't like the president.

Honesty.

Rush Limbaugh is the most trusted voice on talk radio. But he has a perspective. He's just honest about it.

Image if CNN, or the Washington Post, or even the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel would be as honest.

Listen to "Media needs to be honest" on Spreaker.

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