That isn’t because of any secret cabal of international liberals
I never said it was “secret cabal” It’s clearly not secret, since the study I linked to earlier proved it to be liberal. And it’s not a cabal. It’s just that most of the people who gravitate to journalism as a career happen to be liberal. I just said, generally speaking, the media is biased from a liberal standpoint, which it is.
- it’s because the US media does such a lousy job of analyzing the news.
They shouldn’t analyze it. They should report it. Who, what, when, where and if possible, why. That’s it. If they report those 5 facts and have room or time left over, “analyze” it all they want.
Christie Brinkley getting a divorce from her latest dumb ass husband is easier to understand.
On this we agree. Most people get their “news” from Entertainment Tonight, People Magazine or the Daily Show. Such people should not vote! When they do, they are a danger to our Republic.
Blaming the liberals is the last resort of the truly desperate…
I’m not blaming liberals. I’m jut pointing out the fact that most of the media has a liberal bias. And it does.
Liberals have come up with the term “Faux News.” Because Fox News has a conservative bias and the left knows it. And that’s where the left stops with their pejorative terms for media outlets! That’s important. Because over on the other side…
Conservatives have come up with:
The New York Slimes
PBS (Political Bull S***)
NPR (National Politburo Radio)
Dan Rather Biased
Seattle’s Dumb as a Post Intelligencer
Why do you think the political left limits their criticism to just Fox News while the political right has much, much more of the mainstream media to criticize? I’ll tell you why: Because besides Fox News, the vast majority of the mainstream media has a liberal bias.
Just because the media isn’t frothing at the mouth with BDS or more journalists aren’t lining up to felate Democrat politicians doesn’t mean rabid right wingers control the news media. The liberal bias manifests itself in a variety of ways, from the subtle, such as almost always identifying a Republican politician involved in a scandal, but not nearly so much for Democrats, to the more extreme such as simply making up events to put into stories.