Sunday, December 10, 2017

They can't help themselves

The thing I love about journalists - like Democrat donors on the Mueller team - is that they actually believe they can turn off their bias once they get to their jobs.  But if you assume they're just Democrats with bylines (as Instapundit characterizes), it all makes sense.  The Intercept: "The U.S. Media Yesterday Suffered its Most Humiliating Debacle in Ages: Now Refuses All Transparency Over What Happened."
But what one should expect with journalistic “mistakes” is that they sometimes go in one direction, and other times go in the other direction. That’s exactly what has not happened here. Virtually every false story published goes only in one direction: to be as inflammatory and damaging as possible on the Trump/Russia story and about Russia particularly. At some point, once “mistakes” all start going in the same direction, toward advancing the same agenda, they cease looking like mistakes.
It's astonishing that the media faces a President who consistently calls it "fake news" and then just as consistently supplies it.

Flashback - Gallup: "Americans' Trust in Mass Media Sinks to New Low."  This poll was two months before you "got Trump." 

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