The biased media isn’t covering the news. It’s pushing a political agenda.
News of substance and news objectively reported take a backseat to fake news stories and conspiracy theories involving Trump and anything the Republicans try to pass.
For example, a study of the evening news on ABC, CBS and NBC found that nearly 90% of the broadcast networks’ coverage of President Trump has been negative.
Out of 63 reporters in the White House press corps, only 5% are Republicans … that’s 3 of 63.
The Press has assumed the role of the opposition party.
Its purpose is to:
- Undermine confidence in the President
- Make the President look corrupt
- Show that he is incompetent
- Cast doubt on Trump’s truthfulness
- Stop any legislation to help drain the swamp or boost jobs
And it’s not just national newscasts.
In the past, local TV coverage stood for objectivity.
Take the LA Market. In my study, 94% of the coverage has been anti-Trump.
Dave Bryan of KCBS/KCAL once tried to be objective. NO longer. The anti-Trump propaganda and the promotion of a liberal, collectivist point of view – with no balance, is non-stop.
One of the worst offenders is CNN.
A CNN producer was secretly videoed by Project Veritas, admitting the network’s Trump/Russia coverage is “B.S.”
The scientific complexities of arguing the Climate Accord was over in a day. It was back to Russia.
CNN saw 3 of its reporters resign after it retracted one of a constant flow of fake Russia stories.
A Media Research Center study of every broadcast network evening newscast in the five weeks since the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller on May 17 found a whopping 353 minutes of airtime devoted to the Russia probe, or 55 percent of all coverage of the Trump presidency during those weeks.
It spent little time on anything else:
- Terrorism, 29 minutes
- ObamaCare Repeal & Replace, 17 minutes
- The economy, 5 minutes
- Trade, 5 minutes.
- War in Afghanistan, 4 minutes
- Tax reform, 1 minute
Don’t buy the hysteria whipped up by the mainstream media.
Those fake news monsters aren’t hiding under your bed … they’re right on your TV.
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