Adam Weinstein posted an interesting story about supporters at the Bundy ranch in Nevada grilling reporter Antonio Castelan, accusing him of working for the "State media." Then the man hounding Castelan said he was defending Castelan's rights to free speech, while simultaneously declaring that, as a state shill, Castelan was undeserving of that right.
Um, buddy, I don't think you understand how the Constitution, and its protections, work. They're called "rights" because they are granted to all, regardless of whether or not one person, a few persons, or the majority, feel that someone is deserving of them. And they're even granted to people with brown skin who have the gall to interview your fearless leader.
Anyway, I'm sure most of you folks have already read this story, but I wanted to share it here because this one is a bit personal to me. I used to work with Antonio back when his on-air persona was "Tony" versus "Antonio." He's a stand-up guy, and an incredibly good journalist. Glad to see he's doing well.