The MSM is trying to use fear to take your freedoms.
In my humble opinion, the problem is with the Satan worshipers who have infiltrated politics, giant corporations & every powerful industry in the world. Including the CIA/FBI/DOJ & even the POTUS more than a few times. There is a group of 7 corporations who own 90% of all the print/digital/video/radio/tv media we consume worldwide! That’s just 7 CEO’s bias on the majority of news 70% of the worlds population has access to. The other 30% of are really awake, you know the awake before woke was a thing and can find alternative sources for news. The other group either can’t access it due to countries censorship or doesn’t know they should be looking.
CNN/MSNBC & the other liberal based news outlets took a huge hit after the Russia coup blew up in their face. Instead of using this as a learning experience & dialing it down, they forged on full boar into the realm of clueless jackass!
What the American people want is a factual, non bias or opinion based telling of the daily news in under 30 min. What we don’t need or want is 30 min of Trump bashing and 2 min of news twisted into lies. Even conservatives when Obama was in office could handle the news because it was still halfway factual.
The MSM is liberal based, but that’s not 100% of the problem. The problem is the deep state. They have members in both political parties & have worked to destroy our great nation for years. Trump was not one of them & he promised to set things right in Washington again for the good of the people, not the politicians.
This is why he is so hated. It is not because he is racist, or evil or incompetent. It is because he is dangerous to their shady corrupt practices that benefit the criminals in office and hurt the American people. They can no longer steal our $, kill our kids & infiltrate our cities with illegals whose votes they need to win. This pissed them off, especially the Pedophiles and Sex Traffickers whose disgusting crimes against kids and women have gone unchecked for decades.
Jeffrey Epstein was a drop in the bucket for these sick, twisted child abusers. This is a practice forced upon these people by the demon they worship who demands it. Child sacrifices, a practice so ancient that it has been going on before the time of the Egyptians. The kidnapping and selling of women as sex slaves & of poor people for their organs. The people who won’t be missed they think. Trumps DOJ has had more sex offenders charged than any other administration before him. He also cut off the money of thousands of others convicted of sex crimes in the past. This hurt their ability to keep committing these heinous crimes.
The best defense against these fear mongering assholes is to speak the truth to them. They hate the truth, they can’t live in it. They need the despair and the lies to thrive. Tell them what they are and that Jesus Christ is the savior and is protecting you against their soul sucking.
We know 9-11 was a farce to gain and steal more money from the US government and to grab control of the resources in the Middle East. We know they lie and try to scare us with these headlines that still haven’t came true in 30 years.
Find God and kick these demons out of your life!
God Bless #maga #kag2020 #savecalifornia
Short essay by: Robert Bridge
“Gone are the days when US consumers looked to the nightly news and print media as a trusted source of information, and especially if they hold conservative views, according to a new poll by the Columbia Journalism Review.
Things are going from bad to worse for the US legacy media as its trust credentials have reached an all-time new low, as if that were possible. It has even achieved a lower trust rating than lawyers and members of Congress.
The introduction to the CJR poll provided the following ominous opening: “For decades, we’ve known that Americans don’t trust the press. What we haven’t known is how people view the makings of journalism, from the use of fact checkers and anonymous sources to the question of whether money skews journalistic decision-making. This new national poll for CJR answers those questions, and points to how big the trust gap remains.”
Indeed, the cynicism on the street should have every mainstream media purveyor in a state of absolute panic.
In one particular finding, it was revealed that many news consumers believe that reporters, seemingly in an effort to push forward with a political agenda, are too quick to run with a story before knowing all of the facts. This has never been more true before than in the Trump era where anything goes, so long as it trashes conservatives.
We have just witnessed ample proof of that media tendency in several high-profile cases. This week, attorneys for Nick Sandmann, a student from Covington Catholic High School, filed a lawsuit against the Washington Post, seeking $250 million in damages for negligence.
Sandmann and his fellow students became the target of false accusations of racism during a trip to Washington, D.C. The mainstream media, as well as many politicians and celebrities, pushed the story that the young student, a Trump supporter, had taunted an elderly Native American Indian near the Lincoln Memorial. The story quickly fell apart, however, after video of the encounter and eyewitness accounts destroyed the media version of events.
Attorneys for the boy claim that the Bezos-owned newspaper “wrongfully targeted and bullied Nicholas because he was the white, Catholic student wearing a red ‘Make America Great Again’ souvenir cap on a school field trip to the January 18 March for Life in Washington, D.C.”
Todd McMurtry, one of the attorneys for the Catholic student, called the Washington Post “a weaponized news outlet that used its power and strength to destroy Nick Sandmann’s reputation.”
This leads us to another part of the CJR poll that helps explain the causes for the political crisis now gripping the country, and that is the overwhelming mistrust that conservative-leaning Americans have in the media. When asked how much confidence they had in the media, almost 70 percent of Republican respondents answered “hardly any confidence at all,” while just 25 percent of Democrats held a similar opinion.
That is unsurprising considering that the bulk of the people who work in the media tend to hold leftist views. This is no secret to Republicans. Investor’s Business Daily summed up the situation nicely: “Ask journalists, and they’ll likely tell you they play things right down the middle. They strive to be “fair.” They’re “centrists.” Sorry, not true. The profound leftward ideological bias of the Big Media is the main reason why America now seems saturated with “fake news.” Journalists, besotted with their own ideology, are no longer able to recognize their own bias.”
In the halcyon days of pre-Internet journalism, the media was at liberty to report on stories without fear of recrimination that some alternative news site, or even a citizen journalist providing analysis on a YouTube channel, would call them out. Those days are long over. Today, there are simply too many other ways to verify the credence of the media’s damaged product.
Consider the mainstream media’s use of sources to support their stories. Since it is important to protect the identity of these insiders, it is considered natural and necessary to quote these individuals as “anonymous sources.” However, the increasing tendency to rely almost solely on unnamed individuals has made consumers of the news increasingly skeptical about the news and information they are being fed. After all, who’s to say that the reporter, left-leaning in his or her political ideology, is not just sitting at his desk dreaming up lines like Tom Clancy, quoting at random some “senior military adviser” or “retired high-ranking diplomat” speaking on condition of anonymity?
But the impression this leaves behind has had other unintended consequences. Not only do news consumers increasingly believe they are being fed lines from some fictional characters, 60 percent now believe that these sources, whoever they may be, are actually paying for the media to run with the stories. That is a level of cynicism never achieved before, and one which should make the media moguls quiver in their ivory towers.
The CJR poll is a wake-up call to the mainstream media that it cannot continue with a ‘business as usual’ approach any longer. The modern news consumer is too savvy, too informed to be so easily fooled. When the average consumer of mainstream media can read through the lines, as it were, and understand they are being taken for a ride, it is game over. A whole new business model built on trust is desperately needed. But can the media deliver such a product? Nothing less than its survival depends upon it.”