Corporate media’s irresponsible and dishonest ‘reporting’ during the Trump administration had an adverse impact on officials’ decisions—and to tragic effect, testified Chris Miller Wednesday.
These kinds of things aren’t one-offs, they’re how corporate media and the Democratic Party work in tandem to defeat their conservative opponents.
‘At his hundred-day mark, Biden is the most liberal president we’ve had — and the public thinks he’s a moderate. That’s a winning strategy to me.’
This is one of the country’s most powerful entertainment news outlets endorsing a celebrity’s argument that obesity should be ‘normalized.’
‘Last year, after the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, I built an even bigger police reform proposal, but my Democratic colleagues blocked it.’
Anti-police rage is also endangering Americans: ‘A lot of officers are leaving. We don’t have anybody applying to be officers here, so we are lowering standards to get numbers up.’
In advance of this week’s State of the Union address, Washington Post staffers peppered the public with reasons to blame former President Trump for Joe Biden’s failures.
Why is the taxpayer-funded, and purportedly politically neutral, PBS undertaking the same types of projects as a progressive website like Vox?
President Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. President Donald Trump made the same announcement. The media coverage looks very different.
While the headline states Joe Biden ‘is under fire,’ almost every sentence in the story is designed to defend Biden’s actions, beginning with the rest of the title.
CBS purposefully left out information, Domenech said, to taint Florida’s efforts to vaccinate the most vulnerable people as quickly as possible.
The Georgia example is instructive in illustrating exactly how much of our conflict is downstream of the broken media.
We’re in a new era of news media, a clown world where true things are decried as false and false things are heralded as true.
‘60 Minutes’ falsehoods provide the perfect vehicle for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to prove that Democrat propagandists posing as the press deserve no heightened legal protection.
’60 Minutes’ refused to interview people who disputed its false narrative, selectively edited video to hide facts, and omitted data that debunked its thesis and accurately describe Florida’s success.
Journalists rolled out a slate of approving headlines about Tiffany Cross’s ‘slam’ over the weekend, exposing how reflexive their blue-check click-bait muscles are when anti-conservatives pounce.
The term for people who lobby for Democrat policies in this clumsy of a manner is ‘Democrat activists in the propaganda field,’ certainly not reporters or journalists.
In a blistering dissent, Judge Laurence Silberman said The New York Times and Washington Post are ‘Democratic Party broadsheets.’
The fake quotes, bad as they were, are just one of many ways the media have done a horrible job of covering election disputes in the state.
The Washington Post anonymously printed fabricated quotes, attributed them to a sitting president, and used those quotes as a basis to speculate the president committed a crime.
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