The Media Asks Questions, But Do They Publish The Whole Answer?

The old rule was: “never go to war with someone who buys ink by the barrel”.

But in the age of Donald Trump, the new rules are:

  • Fight to win
  • More openness is better
  • Never back down

I have been living this principle even before his candidacy, and I see no reason to stop now.

The Greenwich Times article recently published about my event on January 30, at 6:30 PM at the Greenwich Town Hall includes far more content on detraction and hate for me than the answers to the actual questions I was asked.

It seems to be more focused on destruction rather than solutions.

Although I think the reporter, Ken Borsuk, is a reasonable guy and generally fair, I found it slightly uncharacteristic that he would not publish the answers I provided to his own questions.

I have been as open as I can with the press in the interest of transparency, so in the interest of accuracy I screenshotted the exchange because the media sometimes does not tell the whole story.

Original questions:

Carl Higbie

My response:

Carl Higbie

As many have seen with… pretty much every publication ever… I’m far from perfect. But the difference between me and my liberal counterparts is that I do not hide from my past, mistakes included. I use them to learn from and in hopes teach others lessons I have learned. Nothing is off limits, all I seek is the whole story is covered on both sides.

I hope to see you at the upcoming event.  In the meantime, if you have any questions… feel free to ask.  You might not publish the answers, but I promise to give them to you.