Tucker Carlson defends the Daily Caller reporter who shouted a question during Obama's speech on immigration. [Byron Tau]
The reporter, Neil Munro, "repeatedly raised his voice and tried to interrupt" Obama. Usually, reporters wait till after a speech before having their shouted questions ignored. [Brian Stelter]
Munro told the other reporters at the event he was yelling out his question because "you guys aren't." [@MarkKnoller]
"And so our level of national decorum slips a bit more." [Tim Molloy]
"It is in no way surprising that a Daily Caller reporter would act like a tremendous, disrespectful asshole." [Alex Pareene]
The editor of another conservative website supports Munro. [@EWErickson](1)
President Obama made an unexpectedly forceful case for his decision to relax deportation requirements after he was interrupted by a reporter from the Daily Caller during an afternoon address in the Rose Garden.
"It is the right thing to do," Obama said with a raised hand, over the unsolicited questioning from Neil Munro, a reporter with the conservative website. "Excuse me sir, it is not time for questions, sir. Not while I'm speaking."