In March of 2017, Mark Levin ignited a media firestorm by asserting that the Obama administration had wiretapped first candidate, and then President-Elect, Trump. Although he used legacy media's own reports to state his case, Levin was relentlessly assailed by legacy media.
An archetypal example was the loathsome Brian Stelter of the failing CNN network:
Levin emailed me, "Do you deny there were two FISA applications?" I replied: "I don't know. You don't know. The reporting is very murky." https://t.co/uSyUgooRl0— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) March 6, 2017
Honorable. Virtuous. And, again, I won't hold my breath *.
* I won't hold my breath unless i'm being driven around on Chappaquiddick Island by a member of the Kennedy family.
Related: 8 KEY TAKEAWAYS: A Deep Dive into the Scandalous FISA Warrant Used to Spy on the Trump Campaign.