Media tries to downplay revealing video that shows anti-Trump bias

Washington Post:
Sarah Huckabee Sanders lambastes fake news — and then promotes a journalist accused of deceptive videos

In the span of a few seconds, the deputy White House press secretary attacked the media for inaccuracies and then turned around and urged them to watch a new video from conservative undercover video journalist James O'Keefe, who has been accused of deceptive editing and tactics.
I think it is misleading to suggest that O'Keefe's video might be deceptive.  It is what it is.  It reveals the institutional bias at CNN and he could probably find a similar bias at the Post.  

You can tell it in the visceral hatred media outlets like CNN and the Washington Post have for the President.  From headline writers to assignment editors there is an ongoing attempt to denigrate the President.  It is a focus on the petty and at times factual errors that could have been prevented that were not because they fit the narrative.  The media sometimes acts like high school age mean girls bad mouthing someone they don't like rather than making an honest effort to sort out the news that matters.

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