don't read into it. But I find it something like a doctor asking someone on life support who, through negligence, had the wrong surgery done to him that caused him to unnecessarily lose vital organs while leaving the diseased and deteriorating tissue intact, "Of course, it's too late for anyone to do anything about it now, but I'm just curious. What do you think your life would have been like if I'd done my job properly?"
Of course, Greta isn't solely responsible for the mainstream media blackout of Ron Paul that, at her company, goes back to at least 2008 when Ron Paul was excluded from the debate. But seeing as both personally and as a representative of Fox she was part of the problem (no less for some of us a journalist we once trusted), I find her innocent-sounding inquiry galling.
When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir
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