The Vultures of The First Amendment

On March 30, 1981, during an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, White House Press Secretary James Brady was shot in the head.
He was rushed to the hospital in grave condition.
Several hours later, most media outlets reported that Brady had died.
Despite the fact that the trauma surgeons had saved his life.
Brady fought hard to survive and recover.
No, he never returned to his job.
But he did return to the White House Briefing Room.
The audience of reporters and correspondents applauded him, those same despicable vultures who rushed to pick at his twitching corpse for headlines.

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