That links to this at GQ: "Here’s an Idea: Stop Putting Kellyanne Conway on TV."
Which links to: "Journalists should stop interviewing Kellyanne Conway/Donald Trump's TV-friendly spokesperson just makes everything more confusing, journalism professor Jay Rosen says."
“I don’t think the people interviewing Kellyanne Conway know why they are doing that,” Rosen said.... “The journalistic logic of it is growing dimmer with every interview.”If you've got to put her on, Rosen says:
“Just be real about it and say, ‘This isn’t actually of journalistic value... It has a different value and that’s why we’re putting it on the air.’ Just don’t pretend that this is a normal interview, with the normal rationale.”Journalism professionals may want to be the arbiter of normal, but they don't know how to find that place in our mind. They've run so far afield in the last quarter century, and we've built up our resistance to propaganda. Now, you want to be our filter, but we're smoking unfiltereds.