WhatFinger

The courts should stay out of this on separation of powers grounds, among other things. No one is preventing Acosta from reporting or CNN from broadcasting

MY BRIEF TAKE ON THE CNN LAWSUIT...


By —— Bio and Archives--November 13, 2018

American Politics, News, Opinion | Comments | Print Friendly | Subscribe | Email Us

MY BRIEF TAKE ON THE CNN LAWSUIT…
I just read CNN’s lawsuit against the administration over Jim Acosta.  It’s a very weak case, but if they get before an Obama or Clinton district judge, who knows.  CNN hired Ted Olson’s firm, and he has signed onto the lawsuit.  Olson was hired for a few reasons: 1. As a former Reagan official and lawyer for Bush in Bush-Gore, CNN hopes to make the PR case that this a bipartisan matter; 2. CNN hopes to make the PR case that it is upholding the Constitution against a rogue administration; and, 3. CNN has employed a top Supreme Court litigator. 

Nonetheless, it is a ridiculous suit.  CNN still has reporters at the White House and in the presidential press conferences; Acosta does not have a constitutional right to be physically present in the press room, anymore than the scores of media outlets that do not; Acosta can watch the press conference from outside the White House grounds as they are televised; the president cannot be compelled by any court to actually call on any particular reporter during a press conference; Acosta does not have a constitutional right to disrupt the press conference with his various antics anymore than any other reporter; and, a president is not constitutionally compelled to hold a presidential press conference.  The courts should stay out of this on separation of powers grounds, among other things.  No one is preventing Acosta from reporting or CNN from broadcasting.  —Facebook

.
CFPSubcribe
Mark Levin -- Bio and Archives | Comments

Mark Levin is an American lawyer, author, and radio personality. He is the host of syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Show, as well as LevinTV and now  Life, Liberty & Levin on Fox News.


Commenting Policy

Please adhere to our commenting policy to avoid being banned. As a privately owned website, we reserve the right to remove any comment and ban any user at any time.

Comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence and death, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal or abusive attacks on other users may be removed and result in a ban.
-- Follow these instructions on registering:
News from idealmedia.com