The political left and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel consider traditional Christian teaching on sexuality and same-sex marriage “intolerance,” but will they extend their criticisms to a Journal Sentinel reporter?
The allegation stems from an incident in 2015 where some lawmakers went across the street from the Capitol for beers following a bomb scare. Kooyenga acknowledged to Media Trackers that he had one beer but said he was not intoxicated when he returned to the Capitol.
Hue told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he had forgotten about the Twitter exchange, and I had, too. But in the exchange, Hue takes the side of the John Doe investigators over Archer, which clearly indicates his bias in the matter. Hue also defends the release of the tape by the special prosecutor, which may indicate a bias about how he feels about leaks of information.
Marley has a story that speculates something happened but there is no evidence of it happening, that there’s actually an indication that it didn’t happen, that if it did happen it wasn’t illegal, and that even the Democratic attorney who signed a recall petition agrees it wasn’t illegal, but Marley ran with a biased story that does not bother to consult any conservative legal experts.