Wednesday, May 10, 2017

More About Our Mainstream Media 1

If you believe the mainstream media represents the mainstream check out this brief article.  It will definitely change your mind.  Quote: "Most ‘mainstream media’ editors and journalists today are left-wing progressives and therefore share the deep progressive contempt for traditional white Christian America and its values – which they consider ignorant, bigoted, racist, patriarchal and anti-science,” said Kupelian, who serves as WND’s vice president and managing editor."  And, "Alex Newman, an international journalist and educator, attempted to explain what is going on in the minds of these editors. In his view, they have sold out both their morals and their country for the sake of advancing a dark agenda.  “Yes, some of them may be loony ideologues – useful idiots as Lenin would have called them – who truly believe this drivel they publish,” Newman told WND. “But I remain firmly convinced – and I think more and more evidence confirms this every day – that they are all reading from the same script and following the same subversive agenda.” 

More and more people are recognizing the irrational and childish behavior of the political left/Democrats since Hillary lost the election.

This is a testament to the truth that our politically correct leftist mainstream media is blatantly dishonest.  Quote: "After a nearly two-year investigation, 870 suspected pedophiles have been arrested across the world, and least 259 sexually abused children have been identified in the wake of major underground online global pedophilia network being taken down, according to the FBI and European authorities. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Europol announced the arrests on Friday, only days after a court sentenced Florida-based Steven Chase, founder of the so-called Playpen pedophilia network, to 30 years in prison. The arrest of Chase in December 2014 was the impetus for a global probe into the users of the members-only forum, which culminated in the nearly 900 arrests.  Unsurprisingly, this massive pedophile bust has failed to crack the pervasive US media censorship regime, as not a single mainstream corporate media source in the United States has reported on this story. Perhaps, within those 900 sickos, there are some folks who have enough power not to let their names out."  

The answer to the question which is the title of the article is obviously "YES"  Quote: "The best way to paint a picture that makes someone look bad, is to only report the things that make them look bad. Then people are only seeing negatives, without any positive to balance the scale, or even outweigh the bad.  This is exactly what Kellyanne Conway as said that the media is doing to President Trump, in order to keep the chaos up. As long as people are only shown that he is “bad” then that’s all they will continue to believe."

While I do not particularly like this tactic I understand why Trump is doing it.  If the mainstream media were honest in their so called "reporting the news factually" it would not be necessary.   Rendering facts is news and rendering cogent analysis is opinion.  The two are different.  When the mainstream media either ignores and fails to report facts or renders opinion as news they are being blatantly dishonest.  And that is exactly what they do more often than not.

This journalist who makes documentaries stunned the White House journalists by calling out their obvious bias against the Trump White House.  An interesting read.

This is what they are doing to make people think the mainstream media's fake news is really the real news.   This is a tried and true socialist/communist propaganda tactic.

This hard leftist sage of the mainstream media is entitled to her opinion but not spouting it as news.  This is indicative of so much of the mainstream media.  Quote: "Subbing for Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press,” guest host Andrea Mitchell told Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price that she was concerned about the lack of diversity seen in the Rose Garden celebration last Thursday. Mitchell insinuated that there were too many “white men” in the photos, which presumably explains why the American Health Care Act is not the liberal fantasy NBC viewers have come to expect from their government."   If this was not anti-white male bias I do not know what is.  The arrogance of such people is beyond belief. 

Most if not all late night shows are hosted by left wingers who have a habit of slobbering all over liberal icons and crudely bashing anyone on the political right.  In truth they are nothing but biased leftist propagandists getting cheap laughs with their crude, irreverent and sometimes filthy jibes.  Stephen Colbert is the worst of a bad lot.  Quote: "TV comedy cannot be too harsh when directed at President Donald Trump. There are no limits, and CBS "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert has proven it. Under the rubric of corporate loyalty after the president cut an interview short with CBS "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson and mocked his show as "Deface the Nation," Colbert called the president a "prick-tator," and then suggested the only thing the president's mouth is good for is being a holster for the sexual organ of Russian President Vladimir Putin."

This is an interesting historical perspective on the mainstream media.  Seems that history repeats.   From the most recent media's annual gathering to pat themselves on the back for the great job they do, it is clear that they have not one shred of introspective ability see how self-serving, dishonest, biased, arrogant, irresponsible and hypocritical they really are.

Conservatives react to the unprofessional, pointed disdain and disrespect for President Trump which was on full display during the recent White House Press's "we love ourselves" festivities.

This is a pointed piece which highlights the abject hypocrisy of the mainstream media.  Quote: "And let us not forget CNN was founded by Ted Turner, who did embarrassing interviews with "murderous strongman" Fidel Castro and broadcast a documentary in 1988 called "Portrait of the Soviet Union" that fawned over the Communist revolution with lines like this howler: "Once, the Kremlin was the home of czars. Today, it belongs to the people."  Tapper concluded his commentary by quoting Ronald Reagan, saying that "a violation of human rights anywhere is the business of free people everywhere." That sounds great. But that same press fought Reagan tooth and nail in his day, assaulting him for being a crazy Red-baiting warmonger for statements like that. It's good for journalists in free countries to question leaders about their commitment to advocating human rights instead of pragmatically enabling dictators. Unfortunately, our media display a reflexive habit of questioning only Republican presidents. The Carters, the Clintons and the Obamas skate free."

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