Media BiASSed: Meltdown…


1. Media: GOP’s Health Care Bill is Going to Kill You!

 

As Republicans get set to vote on a bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare, expect the liberal media to continue their efforts to derail any plan with distortions, lies and dire predictions that the bill will hurt and even kill many Americans. The following are just a few of the most obnoxious attacks, from the last few weeks, on the GOP’s efforts to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

2. Media Melt Down Over Trump Tweet: ‘Scary’ ‘Revenge Porn’ Tweet Will Get Us ‘Killed’

 

This past weekend a fan of President Trump took an old video of Trump participating in fake television wrestling, put CNN’s logo in place of the person Trump was pretending to punch and made a gif out of it. Trump then retweeted the gif, to the media’s dismay. Predictably, journalists took to Twitter to spin this silly photoshopped tweet as a violent threat against all journalists. CNN journalists took it the worst of course, but went overboard with the hyperbolic predictions of whatever significance a silly gif could have.

3. Acosta Decrees in Meltdown: We Must ‘Stand Up’ to Trump or He’ll ‘Silence’ the News Media

 

CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta phoned into Sunday afternoon’s CNN Newsroom to offer his latest meltdown/rallying cry for his liberal media cohorts, demanding that they and the rest of the country “stand up to” President Trump following his slams against the media, or journalists will be “hurt” and “silenced.”

4. CNN’s Stelter Blames ‘Politicians’ for Media Being ‘Unpopular’

 

On Monday’s New Day on CNN, when asked by co-host Alisyn Camerota why the dominant media are so “unpopular,” CNN media analyst Brian Stelter only vaguely referred to some of the reason being “self-inflicted” before turning to putting much of the blame on “politicians” like President Donald Trump attacking the media as “fake news.” In fact, according Gallup polling, negative views by the public toward the media go back for quite some time, and have changed very little in the last couple of years.

5. Nets Freak Out Over Trump Tweet, Only CBS Notes CNN Fake News Scandal

 

Just like clockwork Monday morning, all three network morning shows had a collective freak out over President Trump tweeting out over the weekend a doctored clip of him wrestling “CNN” to ground created out of an old WWE appearance he did years ago. Anchors and correspondents were indignant as they breathlessly hyped the social media controversy. Only CBC bothered to mention the context of the President’s criticism of the cable channel.

6. MSNBC Panel Bemoans ‘Impartiality’ as ‘Mistakes of the Past,’ a ‘Disservice’

 

MSNBC’s self-crowned political referee, Chuck Todd, appeared to throw in the towel on enforcing D.C.’s political rules, or at least the journalistic ones. During the first segment of Monday’s MTP Daily, Todd and two of his panelists, Brian Karem and David Folkenflik, whined about how the media was expected to be impartial with President Trump attacking them. “But look, two generations of us as reporters. We’re trained and conditioned to don’t show emotion, we’re the umpires and the referees.” Todd claimed. “When somebody is insisting on making you the story, what do you do? … I struggle with it.”

7. NBC Reporter Accuses Trump of Using Baby Charlie Gard as ‘Political Prop’

 

The liberal media have refused cover the story of terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard in Britain and his parents’ fight in European courts to bring him to the United States for medical treatment. However, after President Trump tweeted out his support for the family on Monday, MSNBC finally found time to cover the topic – if only so their reporter could cynically accuse Trump of “exploiting” the situation.

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