Monday, June 27, 2016
Instead Of Reporting The News, The Liberal Press Creates The News, And Always To The Disadvantage of Conservatives
Last week the press got their knickers in a twist because Trump was in Scotland at the time of the Brexit vote, so the press took this occasion to criticize Trump for being, well, Trump, with his unique ability to be in the right place at the right time. Then after commenting way too often about where Trump was and what he did and said, the liberal press takes the next opportunity to again report on and criticize the quantity of reports that were generated, by their own reporters, by and about Trump the previous week, and they pretended anger, at this point, at Trump for all of their own reports. And, of course, all of the repeated reporting was critical of where Trump was, what he did, how he did it and what he said. If this isn’t self-generating news coverage that finds a way to take a conservative candidate to task about every simple event that occurs during the day, I don’t know what it is.
Meanwhile, Hillary remains under overlapping FBI investigations; one of her staff assistants took the fifth more than 125 times during questioning; State Department staff diplomats publically scold Obama concerning his foreign policy failures in Syria; and Obama gets a slap in the face from Britons for his Brexit remarks a week prior to the vote on that issue, but the news is all about Trump and his supposed negative, misjudged actions and remarks the previous week, while liberal policies, failures and scandals, that are actually hurting people and families on a daily basis, go unreported to any serious, responsible, depth.
How can a free nation, one that depends on an honest reporting of the news to keep its citizens informed, continue to exist with dishonest reporting like this? There is no possibility that the liberal press is not in Obama’s and Hillary’s corner, and they must also desire a “fundamental transformation of America” just as Obama does. And liberals thereby escape any negative reporting in the news.
Posted by Dave King at 7:08 AM