This seems like a pretty fair fight, right?
So even though this confrontation only lasted a few seconds during Obama's visit to Arizona, the mainstream media is still having a fun time portraying the most powerful man in the world as a victim of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer.
"I can't believe that Jan Brewer going down and greeting the President of the United States is still a story," Glenn said on radio.
"She goes and gives him a very nice letter. I've read the letter. You've read the letter. It's a very nice letter. She gives him the letter. He takes that letter, throws it into the back of the limousine, and then with the jets blaring behind he starts yelling at her," he said, "and what they're doing is they're making the President of the United States the victim."
Funny enough, reporters like Brian Williams are saying nothing like this has ever happened before. Who would ever dare wave their finger in the face of a President?
How about Brian Williams himself?
Glenn asked listeners to put themselves in Brewer's shoes. She's written a less than friendly book that touches on Obama. He's caller her a racist. Nevertheless she writes a nice letter, goes to meet him on the tarmac, goes through security, and makes it all the way up to Air Force One. And what does he do?
"He takes your letter, and you say welcome and I have this letter for you and he take it briskly throws it in the back of his armored car that he didn't have to open, but a secret serviceman opened for him, he throws it in the back, and then he turns around, and he says by the way I don't appreciate the way you treated me in your book," Glenn said.
"And you're trying to say she's intimidating him."
Great job media!