So speaking out against media bias "comes off as anti-press freedoms"? How exactly is that possible? Right, it isn't, because exercising the right to free speech does not impede upon the press' right to print or broadcast whatever they chose. However, according to Frances Martel of Mediaite, these liberties cannot be exercised simultaneously.
This is not a "betrayal of a publication that has been overwhelmingly favorable to her", (honestly, overwhelmingly?) as there represents nothing to betray. Wrong is wrong, and Sarah Palin corrected the record on her Facebook page. Though I must chuckle at one thing-defending the Daily Caller by claiming it isn't as bad Media Matters truly defines a preposterous defense-kind of like saying one felon isn't as bad as another felon, while maybe true, doesn't negate the fact that both are felons.