Syndicated radio host Dana Loesch believes that the news media isn't dedicating enough time to split-ticket voters ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
Joe Concha is reacting to the fallout of the media coverage of Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman’s interview with Dasha Burns.
Dana Loesch commented on John Fetterman's wife demanding an apology from NBC News following the remarks made by their reporter Dasha Burns.
“It’s sheer media partisanship, there’s no other way to put it! Some anchors and pundits are rushing to defend John Fetterman."
“I actually think it was inappropriate that [NBC reporter Dasha Burns] said ‘small talk before our interview,’” said Sunny Hostin in a segment on The View.
"The NBC reporter is now coming under fire for simply doing her job and asking Fetterman questions one-on-one."
“I credit Dasha Burns for being that candid,” Stigall said.
"It's possible for two different reporters to have two different experiences w a candidate."
Swisher claims she spoke with Fetterman for an hour for a recent episode of her On With Kara Swisher podcast.
In her new correspondent role, Burns will be reporting across all NBC News platforms emphasizing covering the upcoming Pennsylvania and Ohio 2022 midterm races.