How does "transparency" have anything to do with your supposed right to walk into my house and shout at me after I tell you to leave? Does your desire to follow me into my own bathroom because you want "transparency" give you the right to trespass on my property and invade my privacy?
Such an asinine and irrelevant comparrison:
to walk into my house
-She was invited, while you compare with not being invited
- you compare a public institution with your private dwelling
- you compare an organisation that needs to be accountable for decisions, vs your personal life
- you compare a person a distance away in a noisy room who doesn't have a microphone (so a raised voice is absolutely necessary - you will not hear normal conversation in that mess), to your close quarters, uncrowded, home.
to follow me into my own bathroom
certainly inappropriate, nonsensical comparison:
- she didn't follow, but that's what you want to compare to
- public place by invite, versus private bathroom without invite
Basically almost every phrase and any words were very incorrect for comparison, highlighting ulterior motives, because honest comparison would never phrase things the way you just did. How then can your perspective carry any credibility?
That was the worst of your comparisons, but your other posts also have problems.
I personally think news papers and TV journalism leaves a lot
to be desired, particularly in relation to their ethics, and the deceptiveness of their reporting (not that they lie, but that deception easily occurs through omission, and slanted perspective). That said, Trumps attacks on Law Enforcement, and particularly on Journalism, are incredibly harmful to democracy.