The media ignores what should be news….
“I don’t think I can trust Politifact anymore,” said Noir. “Everything that they are doing is skewed in favor of Hillary Clinton.”
21When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own palace, his goods are in peace.
For a failed pResident..Whom has no successes…
As reported by the Media?
Nope, lies and the Media assisted in spreading the lies..
Finally? In spite of the media’s ‘denial’ calling the ‘Knockout Games’ a ‘myth?
Because the media is bought and paid for and these attacks by Obama’s sons and daughters makes things difficult?
Turning the innocent, into criminals by passing inane, stupid laws…
When is the last time we saw any other major religion pull crap like the Mooslims do?
Babies, stoned…By Mooslims, this is Islam…or I slam you!!
Kanye West, another rich, obnoxious celebrity, using their wealth to make outlandish claims and assaults on others..
All they really want is more attention to sell whatever movie, song, TeeVee show…..They happen to be part of…
Or they just want more attention…Feel self important, when they are really impotent…In the thinking person’s world. Unfortunately there are to many mindless idiots out whom fawn on every word that comes out of idiots like West….
Despite a running time of four hours, NBC’s Today show on Tuesday skipped a blistering poll for Barack Obama and the latest news about the disastrous rollout of the President’s health care law. Yet, the morning show managed five minutes for discussing the new TV special from singer John Rich and three minutes on table etiquette for Thanksgiving. Not exactly pressing topics. In contrast, both ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS This Morning covered the new wave of bad news. An ABC News/Washington Post survey found Obama’s approval rating at just 42 percent, what Jon Karl referred to as “the lowest job approval we have ever seen” for his presidency. GMA’s George Stephanopoulos conceded that these are “brutal numbers.” Karl even relayed this result: “We asked voters if they can have a mulligan on the 2012 presidential election, who they would vote for? A plurality now say they would vote for Romney over Obama.” The journalists also focused on what the administration knew in advance of the impending ObamaCare collapse.
Appearing as a guest on Monday’s PoliticsNation on MSNBC, syndicated columnist Cynthia Tucker charged that Republicans “pandered” to “bigot” and “homophobes” in the 2004 presidential election, and later threw in the word “racists” as well, as she and host Al Sharpton responded to Wyoming Republican Senate candidate Liz Cheney’s dispute with sister Mary over the same-sex marriage issue. Tucker began: “But let me also say I don’t blame Mary Cheney at all for going public with her hurt and her disagreement. Because, you know, Reverend Al, gay Republicans for years have stayed hidden in the closet, as it were. Given their resources, their money, their votes to the party while party big wigs went out there and pandered to the bigots and the homophobes.”
The Ministry of Propaganda…No real media involved anymore…
Jumping in to excuse President Obama for making the false promise (“If you like your plan, you can keep your plan”), ABC News on Tuesday night rationalized how ObamaCare is simply saving people in the individual market from being victims of awful policies forced upon them by insurance companies. On World News, Jim Avila cited the case of Julie Prince, who has been notified her policy will be canceled. Avila turned to an ObamaCare advocate and asked: “Julie tells us that she doesn’t have hospital care on this cheap insurance plan. Is that dangerous?” Lynn Quincy of Consumers Union agreed: “Absolutely. That’s on enormous hole in her coverage.”
Even after the White House admitted that some Americans would lose their health insurance – breaking multiple promises by President Obama that people could keep their health plan under ObamaCare – CNN’s White House correspondent Brianna Keilar served a generous portion of White House spin on Tuesday that health plans would improve under ObamaCare. Keilar didn’t delve into Obama’s broken promise or question if he knew all along that Americans would lose their health plans. She did note “a new study” that was actually an HHS report touting cheaper insurance under ObamaCare.
CNN’s Joe Johns wouldn’t call President Obama’s “you can keep your health care plan” promise a lie or a broken promise, on Tuesday. According to him, it “might have been an oversell.” This despite a report that the administration knew millions would lose their insurance under ObamaCare. Johns, in his deep benefit of the doubt for the White House, gave this ever-so-slight criticism of the administration’s promises: “They do appear to have made some statements at the outset while they were selling the program that appear to have been over broad.”
Near the end of the fourth story on Monday’s NBC Nightly News, White House correspondent Peter Alexander managed to squeeze in a mention of the network’s scoop that the Obama administration knew for years that millions of people would be kicked off of their current health insurance plans because of ObamaCare, despite the President’s repeated assurances to the contrary. Alexander provided a mere twenty-one seconds of air time for the revelation: “That millions will lose or have to change their individual policies is not a surprise to the administration. NBC News senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers found buried in the 2010 ObamaCare regulations, language predicting, ‘A reasonable range for the percentage of individual policies that would terminate is forty percent to sixty-seven percent.'”
During an interview with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie marking the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday’s NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer seized the opportunity to tout Christie slamming fellow Republicans over federal relief efforts: “You said, quote, ‘There’s only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims, the House majority and their Speaker, John Boehner.’ You said, ‘They used the citizens of this country like pawns on a chess board, placed politics above the oaths to our citizens.’ Some of the other terms, ‘callous indifference,’ ‘selfishness,’ ‘duplicity.'” Lauer then used Christie’s past criticism to scold the House GOP over the government shutdown: “You just made the rounds in Congress during the government shutdown. After a year, do you think that same group has learned lessons or is it the status quo?”
The new Fusion Network debuted on Monday with an exclusive Barack Obama interview. Journalist Jim Avila offered mostly softball questions and avoided any mention of disastrous launch of the ObamaCare website. Avila pushed the President from the left on immigration, wondering, “…Why if you have been able to by presidential fiat say that dreamers will not be deported, why not their parents? Why not, why is it the splitting of families bothers them?” Avila prefaced his question as coming from “some of the younger people Fusion listens to.” (The query was in reference to Obama’s 2012 decision to stop deporting illegal students eligible for the Dream Act.) On the issue of ObamaCare, the journalist vaguely wondered, “I guess the main question for Fusion-type listeners is, what’s in it for the young people?”
All three networks, so far, have ignored the latest example of the Obama administration’s aggressive attacks on journalists, this time against a former Washington Times reporter who in 2005 exposed the scant number of flights being protected by Homeland Security. On August 6, 2013, agency officials showed up at Audrey Hudson’s house at 4:30 in the morning. With a warrant for an unrelated, minor charge, they raided her home and took private notes detailing sources. According to an October 25 article on the case, “The warrant, a copy of which was obtained by The Times, offered no specific permission to seize reporting notes or files.” The reporters at ABC, CBS and ABC have ignored the plight of their fellow journalist. However, Hudson appeared on Fox News to discuss the case. Real Story host Gretchen Carlson explained, “A conservative reporter saying the feds in a pre-dawn raid took her files while searching her home for guns, including a toy potato gun.”