There’s hope in the mainstream media.
Hope that we will soon start ignoring their constant haranguing of the Trump administration.
Hope that enough people will hear the fake news enough to finally penetrate their thick skulls and make them question Trump’s legitimacy as president.
That is their hope. A hope that is appearing to be falling on deaf ears.
All the while, they maintain this smug superiority that occasionally slips out…much to the disgust of Americans everywhere.
But you can only lie so often before the lies catch up with you. You can only shout “Fire!” in a crowded theatre so often before the police arrest you.
They’ve been screaming “Fire!” over and over and it doesn’t matter how many times they’ve been caught misleading citizens. Their agenda is plain…and it has absolutely nothing to do with news reporting.
“Of course, the truth is that the media is hostile to Trump, not the other way around. Just how hostile are they? Well, a new report revealed just how bad the problem has become in stunning detail.
From The Washington Times:
There was no press honeymoon for President Trump during his first month in office. A meticulous new study by the Media Research Center finds that 88 percent of the broadcast news coverage of Mr. Trump and his team was ‘hostile’ during the first 30 days of office.
The coverage was intense and plentiful. The study, which analyzed both tone and content for evening newscasts on ABC, NBC and CBS, found that the ‘Big Three’ networks produced 16 hours of coverage on the new president and his staff. That is over half — 54 percent — of their total coverage for the month.
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In their coverage of Trump’s first month, the networks crowded their stories with quotes from citizens angry about many of his policies, while providing relatively little airtime to Trump supporters. the pair noted. And the networks’ anchors and reporters often injected their own anti-Trump editorial tone into the coverage.
‘It has been a busy day for presidential statements divorced from reality,’ CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley snidely began his February 6 broadcast.
The report helps verify what the Trump team has been saying all along, there will not be any fair coverage of his presidency. Thankfully, the American people have become wise to the bias in news reporting, and is less likely to be fooled by unfair coverage.”
I think it’s safe to assume that shouting, “Liar, liar, pants on fire!” will not be enough to make the mainstream media see the light.
We’ve got an agenda-driven media and a former presidential administration that thought it’d be okay to spy on Donald Trump (and other Americans). We’ve got a swamp in desperate need of draining.
There’s work to be done!