In times of crisis, the audience needs to trust that the journalists tasked with interviewing leading officials will do so without fear or favor.
Now that news of China’s lies is beginning to seep out, will it make a difference? Will there even be corrections? Don’t count on it.
The news media’s disdain for Trump has always to reporting that is misleading, but during a pandemic it can also be deadly.
“Morning Joe” claims Trump is the only one who was ignorant to the Wuhan virus outbreak, but his own show downplayed it as no worse than the seasonal flu.
Katherine Stewart couldn’t be bothered to find out, as a good journalist would, what the Cornwall Alliance or plenty of other conservative, evangelical Christians think about the coronavirus. Slander sufficed.
New York City is the epicenter of the outbreak, but it is not the entire country.
Lindell just spent three days converting a 200,000-square-foot factory into a facility to produce millions of masks for American health care workers.
Rachel Maddow said President Trump was lying when he said the U.S. Navy hospital ships would arrive in Los Angeles and New York City in the near future.
Her peers rushed to defend her, but Alcindor has a track record of partisan commentary and unnecessarily hostile and silly questions.
So far, there is no evidence that when Americans ‘need a hospital bed it’s not going to be there or a ventilator, it’s not going to be there,’ says Coronavirus Task Force leader Dr. Deborah Birx.
A New York Times op-ed published Friday is casting blame on the evangelical movement for the epidemic of the Wuhan coronavirus plaguing the nation.
Many in the media enthusiastically relish the claim that the United States has more people infected with the coronavirus than China does, even though China’s numbers are unreliable.
As the media are realizing they have lost control over the filtering that they are used to providing, they are advocating to keep Americans in the dark altogether.
In a new Gallup poll released this week, Americans rated the media with the worst response to the Wuhan coronavirus, and it’s not even close.
Pod Save America host Tommy Vietor has his thumb firmly on the pulse of his USB mic.
“Is this going to be a deadly pandemic? No,” Vox tweeted on January 31, two days after the White House announced they were creating a coronavirus task force.
Of course Trump didn’t tell people they should take a prescription drug without a doctors orders. He certainly didn’t tell anyone to DIY the drug using a fish tank product.
When reporting on the Democratic blunder, The New York Times got the headline right the first time, only to change it three times to appease readers.
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