Les Kinsolving, it seems, just can't stop whining that he's not treated with the respect he hasn't earned.
This latest round of whining comes in the form of a May 3 WND article complaining that "Even on World Press Freedom Day, Les Kinsolving, WND’s correspondent at the White House and the second most-senior reporter on the beat behind only Connie Lawn, was not allowed by press secretary Jay Carney to ask any questions."
It's never explained why Kinsolving deserved to be called upon on World Press Freedom Day -- or any day, for that matter. As we've detailed, Kinsolving's penchant for right-wing hackery (not to mention his raging homophobia) means he has earned the contempt in which he's treated. Whether Kinsolving is "the second most-senior reporter on the beat" is irrelevent.