Can we talk for a minute about how imagery in media is used to craft narrative?
Do you really think Robert Dear manages to keep those eyes this crazy all the time? Or even every second he's on camera? This is the only expression I've seen him wear since he was (peacefully) taken into custody (alive).
Poor Senator Khaleesi appears to never - ever - close her mouth. Breitbart (top right) just wanted her to look like an angry crusader (and, fair enough, she is - he just wants that to look like a bad thing). Daily Caller (bottom right) gave her the same treatment Reuters gave Dear.
Don't forget this. No matter where you stand on the political spectrum or how strong your confirmation bias is (we all have it, don't feel bad), the images you see while you're consuming the news do a far better job of shaping narrative in your head than the words you read.
The major problem--one of the major problems, for there are several—one of the many major problems with governing people is that of whom you get to do it; or rather of who manages to get people to let them do it to them.