Is Colleen Campbell –
reporter former reporter at Channel 17 in Philly – merely a nasty drunk?
Or a boundlessly-entitled “elite” Millennial? Or a symptom of the most toxic neo-Victorian strain of feminism (being as obnoxious as any drunk man, but then pleading “you’re arresting a giiiiiirl for no f***ng reason” at 2:29)?
Whatever she is, she’s an ex reporter.
Is she an ex-reporter, because whatever our current media’s many, Many, Many, Many faults, there is at least one standard that most reputable news organizations enforce; you don’t try to invoke your position as a “journalist” in an argument with a business or, worse, the Law.
When I was at Hubbard in the eighties, a Channel 5 guy tried to bullly a restaurant owner with a furtive “I’m with Channel Five; do you know what I can do to you?” to try to impress the girlfriend. His desk was cleaned out before he got to the station the next day.
So – was she fired because she was a toxic drunk, a horrible entitled person, or someone whose “power” had gone to her head?
I love the smell of career napalm in the morning.