With the all out blitz against Donald Trump over the past months, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the majority of voters agree with him that the media is biased against his campaign.
Although the media has always been more critical of Republican candidates than those of the Democrats, this year they have taken it to a whole new level, deciding to throw “fair and balanced” reporting out the window in favor of propping up Hillary Clinton. In a typical election year, the media would actually be reporting on Wikileaks and James O’Keefe’s undercover videos revealing Democrat operatives employing agitators to make trouble at Trump rallies.
This year is different. This year, the curtain has been pulled back by Donald Trump for all the nation to see that the majority of mainstream media personalities are nothing more than mouthpieces for the Democrats.
Quinnipiac University just released a poll that shows that 55% of voters agree that the media is biased against Donald Trump.
The news media is biased against Trump, American likely voters say 55 – 42 percent, including Republicans 88 – 8 percent and independent voters 61 – 37 percent. Democrats say 77 – 20 percent that the media is not biased.
“Donald Trump made the charge, and American likely voters agree: There IS a media bias against the GOP contender,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
Is the mainstream media going to repent and apologize for their blatant bias, vowing to change their ways going forward? Not at all, as immediately after the last debate, media personalities were blasting headlines that Donald Trump won’t accept the election results and is a danger to democracy…which of course is a complete exaggeration. Trump reserved his right to challenge individual election results if the need arises, just like Democratic candidate Al Gore did in Florida during the 2000 election.
But remember, Al Gore was a Democrat, so it’s ok for him to challenge election results and claim George Bush stole the election, but certainly unacceptable for a Republican candidate to do the same.