Posts Tagged ‘media’
The American people proved their naivete by electing His Oneness twice, but two national polls show we have smartened up enough to realize the media is almost entirely pro-Clinton. A majority of Clinton supporters see it as well.
The one benefit I see coming from this wretched political season is that very few in the media will any longer be charged with committing journalism.
If you believe the media polling, Queen Hillary is so far ahead that she’ll win in a landslide. Or at least she’s so comfortably ahead that she’d now devoting her efforts to helping down-ballot Democrats. Or that some other mysterious force is at work to ensure that the next president will be a fat old woman in poor health and would be the most corrupt person ever to occupy that space.
No matter what you believe, the truth is that no one really knows. This is not a normal election. We the People are angry, as we should be after nearly eight years of His Oneness, not to mention the prospect of Queen Hillary finishing off what is left of our nation.
Seth Keshel does an admirable job of laying it all out for you. Please read it, then pass it along. Our future depends on it.
Sundance of the Conservative Tree house has deconstructed the latest poll showing Queen Hillary 11 points ahead. Please read with with attention, as it shows the level of deceit MSM employs to promote Hillary. Thomas Lifson agrees with Sundance.
Add to that the new meme of CBS and NBC touting the GOP civil war and predicting that the GOP will lose both houses of Congress, and it should remind you of MSM’s all-out war on Mitt Romney, even more egregious because he is a thoroughly decent man without the slightest hint of impropriety or scandal in his life.
Big media routinely fails to report the size of Trump’s crowds, and customarily pads the numbers at Hillary’s, along with carefully staging photos so you don’t see all the empty seats at her smaller venues. The bottom line is that if you support a candidate who lies whenever she opens her mouth, it should be no surprise that you are willing to lie for her, even if your job, protected by the Constitution, is to deliver actual news to the American people.
Powerline’s John Hinderaker takes a clear-eyed look at media and its so-called fact-checking.
I confess I did not watch the debate. Yesterday was a long, tiring and rather unpleasant day, and I was in no mood for politics, especially since I have no candidate to vote for, only ones to vote against. I did see some footage with no sound while I waited for the local late news, and my observation was that Trump looked dour and dull, and Hillary looked like a wide-eyed robot.
Roger Simon may have it right, and We the People may have gotten the debate we deserved. Maybe we should call it the who’s less crazy debate? Trump was taking on an entire system, not just Hillary, and as I expected, moderator Lester Holt couldn’t quite keep his little fingers off the scales. I find it amusing that he is apparently a registered Republican, but does anyone believe he has ever in his entire life voted for a Republican?
I was interested in John Hinderaker’s comments, and those of Matthew Walther, though I suppose that Thomas Lifson’s point that who you are determines your opinion is correct. Jonah Goldberg is also right that how you score the debate determines who won. With those caveats, pundits and viewers had their own opinions, with the majority of snap polls favoring Trump. Perhaps the most reliable gauge is the effect the debate had on a bar full of undecideds and Democrats, who preferred Trump the gentleman to Hillary the slugger.
No one can dispute that Hillary has great command of the facts, which she emits with well-rehearsed efficiency, and while she may have made more points, Trump may have scored more. My questions is: if Hillary was truly thinking she was hitting a home run, why was she demanding during the debate that her media pals go after Trump?
The Gray Lady has sent a memo reminding its reporters not to editorialize on social media. Apparently that function is to be reserved for use only in the newspaper.
Remember that the paper panned presidential candidate Gary Johnson for not knowing what “Aleppo” was, but in the process had to correct itself three times.