The main stream media gets its wrong but keeps pushing anti-Trump agenda

Ned Ryun:
We’re still two years away from real heat of the 2020 presidential campaign, but it might be time for the mainstream media to start filing in-kind contributions to the Trump 2020 reelection campaign.

Over the last 18 months, many in the media have abandoned any appearance of objectivity and balance in favor of an all-out attempt to further the political agenda of the left — namely the impeachment of Donald Trump.
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There have been excuses along the way that mistakes were made in some of the reporting, but at a certain point, systematic “honest mistakes” cease to be honest. They’ve become intentional.

Last week’s “reporting” that Donald Trump had somehow referred to all illegal immigrants as “animals” instead of simply referring to MS-13 gang members was so blatant it was laughable. It was a hit job that one would expect to see from a partisan campaign or campaign committee. Which furthers the argument that the mainstream media, is in fact, the opposition party.

A lot of us get the joke except apparently the media: We know that many of them masquerade as journalists when in fact they’re nothing more than partisan operatives with their own specific worldview and narrative that may or may not have anything to do with the truth.

Since Trump’s election, they’ve proven to be more capable lapdogs than watch dogs, breathlessly reporting all the rumors as fact and innuendos spoon feed to them by the Deep State actors like James Clapper and John Brennan. Then they hilariously give themselves awards for such behavior.
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There is more.

I have been following the political media for decades and I have never seen it this bad before.  It is becoming harder to find a fair story in some publications like the Washington Post.   They have become reflexively oppositional rather than attempting to present both sides of a story.

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