When I got my first job in journalism, the newsroom was full of irritable drunks, some of whom could hardly spell (that is what sub-editors are for), but who were superb at uncovering humbug and skullduggery among the good and great.
They were an eclectic crowd with a wide range of views -- to the level that our Irish journalist (very left-wing) would occasionally end up fighting a journo of Hungarian extraction (rabidly anti-Communist). Their stories were always lively and full of bile against their targets.
Nowadays, of course, journalists go to university to study journalism (about as useful as studying faeces) and come off an undergraduate conveyor belt reeking of ethics, blandness, inclusiveness, mediocrity, lack of critical faculties. apathy, lack of imagination.
Given the above list, I assume that Gray has a degree in journalism.
She sure has a drippy profile