Jack Kocsis of The Daily Caller bravely entered the airwaves of BBC, and defended American swimming hero Ryan Lochte.
Lochte has been under relentless pressure from the media after his actions at a Rio gas station, but Kocsis isn’t having any of it. (RELATED: Everybody On Twitter Is Using The Ryan Lochte Circus To Complain About ‘White Privilege’)
“I think your premise to start this conversation, I’m not sure I agree with it. You say he made up everything and is lying about being robbed. If that’s the narrative the entire media complex wants to go with, that’s one thing. But USA Today reported that everything the Brazilian police said definitely comes under question,” the head of The Daily Dealer told the BBC. (SLIDESHOW:
Kocsis added he “didn’t think” the coverage of Lochte was fair. However, a man claiming to be a “friend” of Lochte’s accused Kocsis of attempting to “spin” the narrative. (RELATED: Speedo Ends Ryan Lochte’s Endorsement Deal After Events In Rio)
The legendary DC writer also pointed out the hypocrisy that Lochte’s teammate Michael Phelps didn’t lose endorsements for his DUIs, but Lochte lost them for essentially just urinating on a building.
Not all heroes wear capes. Some simply go on the BBC to tell the truth.