In countries like Russia and North Korea, the government pretty much controls the media. One knows that everything they report has been filtered and sifted through the government approval system before it ever reaches the public.
In America, we have what is supposed to be freedom of the press, but that has been taken to an such an extreme that the mainstream media in America today is not much different than the state run media in Russia and North Korea, only instead of being run by the state, our media is run by the neo-com anti-American, anti-constitution anarchical Democratic Party.
This is very evident by the way the media has dealt the sexual allegations of Bill Clinton, Al Franken and Roy Moore. In spite of hard evidence against Clinton and Franken, the media defends them. There is no hard evidence against Moore and the media already has him nailed to a tree.
(The Daily Caller) – Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) now says that then-President Bill Clinton should have resigned in the wake of his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. One wonders if she would have made such a demand if she was in the Senate in 1988, or if Hillary had been elected last year. Her assertion is nonetheless the most prominent example of liberal revisionism about the Clintons.
Gillibrand is also making headlines by proposing an overhaul of way the Senate handles harassment claims. She is courageously going to bat for women in the past and in the future. What about the present? Well, it’s a little complicated. Gillibrand says that she believes the groping allegations of Al Franken’s first accuser (of course, there is a photo) and she is dishing off to charity the $12,500 she accepted from Franken’s political action committee.
Gillibrand won’t say, however, whether Franken should resign. The Senate is still the nation’s most exclusive club, and there are certain bridges that may be too far to breach. Gillibrand’s posturing would be more obvious had she not been provided with cover by Club President Mitch McConnell, who reacted to the initial Franken allegation by calling for an investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee, where ethics complaints go to die…
I’ve had several opportunities to speak with journalists and I’ve asked them why don’t they hold to the principle rule of journalism about reporting the news accurately and fairly. In every instance, they told me that if they did, they wouldn’t have a job. One told me that there is big money behind the mainstream media and it’s all Democratic.