David Wright is an admitted socialist, he thinks there should be national health insurance. Socialiism and capitalism don’t get along anyway. The attitude is no surprise. The question is why is this correspondent still in the United States? There are plenty of socialist nations he could move to that he should be happy in. The United States is founded on capitalism after trying socialism.
Some correspondents see the deception
It’s not uncommon people might be less than satisfied with their work or the company. The news industry has changed from just reporting the news to needing a reason to stay relevant. Some industries just die off, unable to maintain income. If there’s a fight to stay salient, the industry needs to change. Viewership for network news has plummeted, yet there’s no change. Who or what is holding this industry up?
The correspondent maintained ABC doesn’t give the President credit where credit is due. He didn’t maintain professionalism when replying to the Project Veritas undercover agent, calling the President “a d***” and “a f***ing President”
Well, Trump certainly wasn’t elected to be nice. Sometimes the word “no” needs to be used and enforced.
There’s a phrase called “swerving into the truth” that this correspondent did. While discussing network coverage, he said, “I feel terrible about it. I feel that the truth suffers, the voters are poorly informed, and people also have the opportunity to tune into whatever they want to hear.”
Indeed. The only way to find the truth is to look for it yourself.
He can sense their agenda and he knows in his gut it’s not right. The correspondent also understood that people do indeed have the opportunity to tune in elsewhere. That’s a freedom that David might not have if he left the United States. If a populace thinks a news source isn’t giving the truth, a simple search will rectify that.
The correspondent’s socialist attitude includes the common theme of the wealthy shouldn’t be allowed all their money. “I’m totally fine with reining in corporations, I think they’re too many billionaires, and I think there’s a wealth gap – that’s a problem.”
If you had the opportunity, would YOU object to having a billion dollars, David? You could do what you wanted with it, including giving it away. President Trump regularly donates his salary to non profits.
People are told not to air job dissatisfaction on social media
Cameras are everywhere now. You can be out of a job before the airplane you’re in lands again. It’s a little surprising this correspondent was so open, given his industry.
Wright was suspended as soon as the video had air time. He’s been reassigned.
ABC stated, “Any action that damages our reputation for fairness and impartiality or gives the appearance of compromising it harms ABC News and the individuals involved.
“David Wright has been suspended, and to avoid any possible appearance of bias, he will be reassigned away from political coverage when he returns.”