From a Bloomberg View opinion column by Jonathan Bernstein: "If there is something different among the rich, however, I suspect that a major factor is partisanship and information flows. If you don't like Obama much, you probably don't listen to his speeches very often. So what you know of him comes from news media. And while I don't carefully monitor Fox News or Rush Limbaugh or the rest, I'm pretty confident that the Republican-aligned press spends a lot more time fomenting class warfare than Obama actually does. [emphasis added]"
He assumes that "the rich" get their news from Fox News or Rush Limbaugh rather than from Bloomberg or the Wall Street Journal or the New York Times or NPR some non-"Republican-aligned" news outlet. And then, while acknowledging that he doesn't "carefully monitor" Fox News or Mr. Limbaugh, he makes a claim about their content, giving no evidence or examples at all. How would Bloomberg News treat a reporter who wrote about a company's stock price or business strategy while acknowledging that he doesn't carefully monitor the company?
It's hard to know whether to admire Mr. Bernstein because at least he's candid enough to admit he doesn't watch Fox News or listen to Rush Limbaugh before he criticizes them, or to have contempt for him because he doesn't even bother to pretend to know what he is writing about.