Mika: A Lot of Members of the Media Are Reacting Emotionally to Kavanaugh

‘These are emotional reactions that lead to things that are said on Twitter which lead to reaction about that which leads to exactly what Donald Trump wants’

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BRZEZINSKI: “Yeah. But it’s not supposed to be how reporters feel and how media analysts feel at this point in a case like this. And it’s not even a case yet, although the FBI is looking into it. It’s a hearing. It’s a job interview. And what we saw and I think what is playing into this blowback you’re talking about is a lot of members of the media reacting emotionally. Like, for example, did Brett Kavanaugh feel like maybe he was lying? Did it feel like he was lying about drinking? Did it seem like he was lying about blacking out? Did he seem like he was kind of a jerk? Did it seem like he was overly aggressive? Yes, sure. But that does not mean he did it. I mean, these are emotional reactions that lead to things that are said on Twitter which lead to reaction to that which, by the way, leads to exactly what Donald Trump wants.”

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