Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Journalistic Incest


One of the reasons millions of Americans support Trump is because they can clearly see how the liberal mainstream media manipulates, manages and even censors the news in order to support the liberal agenda.

Does anyone believe it's just "coincidence" that NBC chose to release the Trump tape on the same day that Wikileaks published Hillary Clinton's highly damaging emails? If you believe that you also believe in the tooth fairy.

Real journalism died about twenty years ago. It is now virtually impossible for the American citizen to get an accurate picture of how our government is run, and whose corrupting the process. Here are just a few of the incestuous relationships:

ABC News President Ben Sherwood, who is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, a top national-security adviser to President Obama.
His counterpart at CBS, news division president David Rhodes, is the brother of Benjamin Rhodes, a key foreign-policy specialist.
CNN’s deputy Washington bureau chief, Virginia Moseley, is married to Tom Nides, who until earlier this year was deputy secretary of state under Hillary Rodham Clinton.
White House press secretary Jay Carney’s wife is Claire Shipman, a veteran reporter for ABC.
NPR’s White House correspondent, Ari Shapiro, is married to a lawyer, Michael Gottlieb, who joined the White House counsel’s office in April.
The Post‘s Justice Department reporter, Sari Horwitz, is married to William B. Schultz, the general counsel of the Department of Human Services.
[VP] Biden’s current communications director, Shailagh Murray (a former Post congressional reporter), is married to Neil King, one of the Wall Street Journal‘s top political reporters.
This list doesn’t even include those dating and sleeping together.

NBC, purveyor of those Trump tapes, is worst of all. That network has dozens of journalists and staffers who have intermarried with their government counterparts.

All of the mainstream media conspired to demean a very decent man in Mitt Romney four years ago. And Trump, with his many idiotic utterings have made it easy for the media to crucify him. The American citizen sees that media bias and see the unfairness of it.

I believe the media are cutting their own throats. Some day the TV screens are going to go dark because Americans are getting damned tired of being fed lies and twisted versions of the truth.

Sad. Damned Sad.


Frank Krzesowiak said...

I don't watch the news and many of my friends stopped watching long ago. Lying is a common practice so much so that you can get the truth by believing the exact opposite of hat they tell you. Todays headlines. Black beauty Queen says Trump doesn't like Blacks. She must have a first hand vision into Trumps head. That is so Idiotic I am almost left speechless. Bimbo eruption, etc. On another note, Guiliani apologizes to Hillary. Jesus, Mary and Joseph. Makes me want to throw up.

A Modest Scribler said...

I don't watch TV news either, Frank. Each morning I sift through a balance of eight or ten online newspapers, weigh the evidence of what's written, then hope for the best. Yes, isn't it strange how many women come out of the woodwork once the finger is pulled from the dike.

Carol said...

Stopped watching news a long time ago. Like you, we sift through a few online sources we somewhat trust and sift through it. There's many movies we refuse to watch because of certain Hollywood influences in them that we completely despise. What a circus this country has turned into! Diversion with accusations that are so far fetched it's nauseating. Oh, don't elect him because he tried to kiss me......or he called me a name......or made a sexual slur. But elect HER even though she's broken law after law and talks out of both sides of her head. ugh. Trump can't talk badly about a fat thing that doesn't act like a real woman but it's OK for Hitlery to bad mouth a woman that her husband had 'affairs' with. Don't know how all this will end, but I cannot wait until it finally does!!!

A Modest Scribler said...

Moi aussi, Carol. Got my mail in ballot yesterday. Tomorrow I'll sit down and pick through the stuff I can vote on, then hope we can survive what the other folks vote for. Stay cool up there, dear!