Tamara Keith of NPR is no journalist
Tamara Keith is a White House correspondent for NPR but she completely fails at journalism. Real journalists ask the powerful tough questions about their policies; Keith refuses to do that and instead is more a courtier.
For instance, here's a question Keith asked Hillary Clinton earlier today:
"Last night when you took stage in Sacramento, there was a woman standing next to me who was absolutely sobbing. And she said, you know, 'it's time, it's past time.' And you see the women, you see people here. People just come up to you and they get tears in their eyes. Do you feel... do you feel the weight of what this means to people?"
That type of question is like something a Tiger Beat "reporter" would ask a teenage pop star. If elected, Hillary Clinton would have influence over a multi-trillion dollar economy, would have access to the nuclear launch codes, and could have a negative or positive impact on billions of people.
Yet, all Tamara Keith of NPR can ask is something out of Tiger Beat. Want examples of real policy questions? See questionsforhillary.com, [site coming soon] , and the entries on the Question Authority page.
Please look up those who think she's a real journalist and point out to them that she isn't: @tamarakeithNPR. And, encourage others to act like citizens and real journalists and ask Hillary, Donald Trump, and other politicians real questions.