But hey, why let facts interfere with narrative…

Via Free Beacon:

Washington Times editor Charles Hurt said Sunday on “Fox & Friends” that President Obama would “routinely” kick reporters out of press gaggles.

“I remember a column that I wrote in 2008 that got me kicked off the President Obama’s campaign plane,” Hurt said. “We would routinely get kept out of those gaggles in the White House. It was not a big deal.”

“I will tell you, the New York Times never mounted the ramparts to defend the First Amendment when that happened,” hurt continued. “The only time that they care about the First Amendment is suddenly when they get left out of something like this. It really is sort of obnoxious.”

Hurt went on to say that the First Amendment applies to both the press and political figures.

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