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CNN media activist Rosa Flores likely had high hopes when she tried to pull a Jim Acosta at that press conference with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Itโ€™s not hard to imagine that she went into that event with something she needed to get off her chest, and by golly, she was going to speak truth to power no matter what.

But instead of achieving her lofty goals, she was treated to a brutal beatdown delivered hot and fresh from the governor.

While Floresโ€™ attempt to smear Gov. DeSantis was an utter failure, she did succeed at one thing: Further demonstrating why so many members of the press do not deserve to be called journalists. She was not there to ask questions to obtain details about the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine for the public.

Her goal was not to inform CNNโ€™s audience.

Her ultimate objective was to score political points against DeSantis by giving a diatribe disguised as a question. In this way, she was trying to add to the firestorm of criticism that the Democrats and activist media have been hurling his way since he does not use the same authoritarian approach to dealing with the pandemic as Democrat governors of other states.

Floresโ€™ performance on Monday does not even slightly resemble anything close to journalism. If she were interested in actual reporting, sheโ€™d have asked DeSantis the question and allowed him to answer it. She would have actually done her research on how the vaccine was being distributed, so she didnโ€™t have to ask about it. Indeed, she would have known that the state does not get to dictate how hospitals provide the injection.

But instead, she chose to try to convince her audience that DeSantis was directly responsible for how the vaccine was given to the public. This is the conduct of an activist, not a reporter. Someone like her would never have taken this approach to a Democrat politician. It is fortunate that DeSantis, unlike too many of his colleagues, wasnโ€™t willing to suffer this foolishness lightly, and his clap back was fierce, as it should have been.

If more Republican leaders were willing to take it to media activists like Flores, it would be much harder for these alleged news outlets to peddle their propaganda. These leftist provocateurs need to know that the days of GOP politicians smiling and nodding when these activists hurl their invectives at them are over. Hopefully, we will see more of this from other leaders on the right. Itโ€™s nice to see these poorly-disguised activists get their comeuppance, isnโ€™t it?

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