The Left is whining today after Matt Lauer had the gall to actually ask Hillary Clinton about her e-mail scandal last night during NBC's Commander-in-Chief Forum.
Newsbusters humorously pointed out multiple incidences of Matt's "meanness:"
— On "Good Morning America," ABC's Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl said, “Look, the first thing is this was a rough night for Hillary Clinton. I mean, 13 minutes of questioning was on her e-mails...you could tell she was irritated by this. She was legalistic, she was defensive. Donald Trump got off relatively easily."
— CNN's Dylan Byers said Lauer "was criticized [by leftist journalists] for spending too much time on Clinton's emails."
— New York magazine writer Jonathan Chait bemoaned, "Lauer's performance was not merely a failure, it was horrifying and shocking."
— CNN's David Gregory was upset with Lauer's questioning and insisted that Hillary's mishandling of classified information on her unauthorized private server was "not illegal," and that's "not in dispute."
— MSNBC's Rachel Maddow was clearly frustrated with Lauer and whined, "....Trump got asked about 12 things, and she got asked about three things...e-mails, e-mails, e-mails, e-mails, e-mails. That's got to be a source of frustration to her and her campaign. I sometimes think it's also a source of frustration to viewers."
It seems the mainstream media has difficulty in handling one of their own actually being journalistic toward Hillary's e-mail scandal.
Do you think Lauer was being tougher on Hillary than Trump, or vice versa?
Watch four minutes of Lauer's questioning on Hillary on e-mails:
Watch the full forum: