Ben Stein Unloads on Media, Calls Them ‘Unelected Aristocracy, an Effete Corps of Impudent Snobs’
by Dr. Fly
This might’ve been the last invitation to CNN for Ben Stein — the former speechwriter for Richard Nixon, media pundit, and legendary actor in pop culture classics Ferris Bueller’s Day off and American Pie.
Defending Trump’s decision to boycott the correspondents’ dinner, Stein laid into the media for their unrelenting assault on the President — trying, in what he said, to do to him what they did to Nixon.
Stein critiqued the media’s portrayal of Trump was an antisemitic, white supremacist as entirely without merit — deriding them as being seen by the American public as an ‘unelected aristocracy, ‘impudent snobs.’
When defending Nixon’s accomplishments, as ‘bringing more peace to the world than any president in the 20th century,’ it was humoring to see the young CNN host recoil — because MUH Watergate. Nixon is evil incarnate to leftards, as they view him as nothing more than a head in a jar, spewing hateful things — plotting and scheming to undermine civility —
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…when in fact the true record of Nixon is the exact opposite.
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