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Saturday Night Live comedian Al Franken turned US Senator has admitted to the sexual harassment allegations made against him. Judge Roy Moore has denied all allegations and disputes the questionable proof provided.

Guess who takes up most of the media’s time and attention?

At a recent White House briefing, the liberal mainstream media press corps spent 13 times more time asking questions about Moore than they did asking about Franken.

This shouldn’t be that big of a surprise since just 19-years ago, the same mainstream media fully supported and defended President Bill Clinton, even after proof of his adulterous affairs in the White House were made known, but they are quick to pounce on anything dealing with a Republican including misspelling a word.

(The Daily Caller) – The White House correspondents present at Thursday’s briefing asked 13 times more questions about Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore than Democratic Minnesota Sen. Al Franken.

Franken apologized Thursday after a news anchor accused him of forcibly kissing her and shared a photo of the comedian groping her while she was asleep. Moore is accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct ranging from attempted assault to unwanted touching of a 14-year-old girl.

The Daily Caller broke down all of the questions at Thursday’s White House press briefing and found that the media asked significantly more questions about Republican candidate Moore.

The vicious and unrelenting media asked only 1 question about Sen. Al Franken, while asking 3 questions about lifting the ban on elephant hunting trophies, 7 on Trump’s Asia trip, 10 about tax reform and 13 about Moore. Their bias is so strong that they it blinds them to anything else.

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