I'll use this as a perfect example: Trump says or does something that, at the very least, leaves people wondering what he meant. Many times it has a racial undertone to it though it is never overtly racial. The media covers his comments. Certain commentators wonder whether Trump is sympathetic to White Supremacists. The right gets up in arms and start screaming that people are calling Trump a Nazi or a Racists. So it's like your getting all worked up because the MSM is reporting on what he said. What should they have reported on? Take Charlottesville for example....Trump made some comments on it that could, at the very least, make you wonder what he meant. It definitely had a racial undertone to it and the media covered what he said. Certain commentators wondered whether Trump is sympathetic to White Supremacists, some accuse him of being a racist. Now guys like you are mad because the media covered what Trump said and it was interpreted by a lot of people to be racially tinged. How does that work? You're not mad when he said it, and your not mad at him for saying it but you get mad when someone else says, "listen to what he said...." and then calls out the racial aspects of it. You get mad and call it fake news.