The letter from Mr. Brennan (Mailbox, June 8) regarding the news media was very direct and accurate. Particularly the New York Times and the Washington Post, in that they publish information from a "reliable source." How true is it? There is no way of validating this information. They are using their name to promote something. Their reputation is decreasing as a reputable news source.
Sen. Feinstein has previously stated that there is no evidence in this "Russian collusion" story. Now she backs an investigation into the matter. Is this a "witch hunt?"
Getting back to my original statement, the printed news media as mentioned before does not report news, they create news to "influence the uninformed through innuendo, accusations, character assassination and even falsehoods."
They never print retractions of any reported item.
This brings to mind a statement by Rep. Pelosi regarding Obamacare, "We have to pass this bill so that you can find out what's in it."
Thank you Mr. Brennan for your very accurate and informative letter.
Just a thought.
Dale Bridges, Eureka