Seasoned consumers of political news, particularly those who lean right, are used to asking themselves: “What are they not telling us?”
Media bias is a thing, as the kids say. Sometimes it involves outright distortion of the truth. Often it’s more subtle, omitting a fact that might otherwise throw the story into a less politically useful light.
Reading the coverage this week of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s desire to pardon Daniel Perry, my suspicion that they might not be telling us something important approached paranoia. There had to be more to the story.
But if there is, I can’t find it. It’s as bad as it looks.