Is there any doubt that the mainstream media is in the tank for Hillary Clinton? If you had any doubt, that doubt is now gone with the WikiLeaks document dump that confirms media collusion.
Of course if you, your friends or family rely on the mainstream media to bring you the whole news and nothing but the news, then you are truly missing out.
An analysis of recent media coverage of Donald Trump’s problems with women versus Hillary Clinton’s problems – and they are many, shows that the old line media is doing their best to ignore Clinton’s troubles while obsessing over Trump’s.
Joe Concha, the media reporter for Washington DC based, The Hill detailed how the main three network newscasts, still watched by millions of Americans spent a combined total of 23 minutes last Thursday on the latest Donald Trump revelations and accusations from women claiming he was inappropriate with them.
By contrast, the Clinton WikiLeaks story got one minute and seven seconds combined over all three networks. Concha writes that the so-called newspaper of record was worse saying:
“In print on Thursday, it was no better. The New York Times — known as the paper of record — had 11 negative stories on Trump, including one in the sports section. But zero on Clinton/WikiLeaks.”
That’s not exactly fair and balanced is it.
I’m not saying the Trump revelations aren’t a story. The media would be remiss not to cover the allegations in a fair manner but are they being fair and balanced? Hardly, 23 minutes to 1, 11 stories to none, that tells you all you need to know.
Watch as I layout the top Clinton scandals you’re missing out on thanks to media bias including the Clinton campaign calling Latinos needy, the campaign trying to takeover the Catholic Church in America, media collusion with the campaign, the campaign taking foreign money and the Clinton/Soros connection.
Suffice to say, Clinton is getting away with the kind of dirt being released about her and her campaign that would sink any other candidate, just not apparently the media’s latest darling, Hillary Rodham Clinton.