*Sadly the mass media is so busy chasing bogus Russian stories, it neglects to mention some of the positive aspects of the November election.*
*CNN misrepresented the participants at the pregame prayer at the Congressional Baseball Game following the shooting of House Majority Whip Steven Scalise.*
*Here is a summary of the month from May 17 to June 20 of the focus of Mainstream Media broadcasts. Take a look at the incredible amount of minutes they allotted to the Russia/Comey investigation compared with issues like Economy/Jobs and Tax Reform. Shameful biased Mainstream Media.*
*In their embarrassing haste to paint President Trump evil the mainstream media (MSM) has jumped all over the proposed tax cuts as “favoring the rich.” Yet a cursory look at the chart below shows that the top 20% pay 86.6% of the taxes. So, duh, any tax cut would give them a disproportionate benefit as they pay a DISPROPORTIONATE share of the taxes.*
*In the MSM’s quest for “fairness” they neglect to mention the bottom 40% who actually receive our tax dollars from the government.*
While we are on the subject of taxes and the rich and poor, take a look at Number 8 in Marxist community organizer Saul Alinsky’s menu for creating a Socialist State – “Class warfare – Divide the people into the wealthy and the poor. This will cause more discontent and it will be easier to take (tax) the wealthy with the support of the poor.”
*Here is an interview by Brooke Baldwin of CNN. The interviewee is Kassem Eid, a survivor of the 2013 Syrian chemical attack. He was brought to CNN to express his anxiety about the Syrian innocents. Baldwin brought Kassem back to CNN to try and frame a narrative about President Trump’s airstrike in Syria, but being unwilling to accept Syrian refugees. CNN did not expect the candor it got from this survivor.*
*It is really hard to argue that the mainstream media makes any attempt toward objectivity when you read this.*
*It just never ends, does it? This is a Time cover from 2006 when George Bush was President. Clearly Time didn’t care for him any more than it and the rest of the mainstream media does for President Trump.*
The mainstream media has chosen to ignore it, but here are the numbers for the first 50 days of Donald Trump’s Presidency:
- – The United States added almost 300,000 jobs
- – Illegal border crossings are down 40% and still falling
- – The Trans-Pacific Partnership has been rejected
- – The Keystone Pipeline is approved
- – The US Military is being rebuilt
- – The stock market is reaching record highs
- – Immigration from the most volatile parts of the world has been halted, twice!
- – Federal funding from Sanctuary cities has been eliminated
- – Penalties for crimes committed against law enforcement have been enhanced
A new American President is always a big story, but TV news is obsessed with the Trump administration — and not in a good way. The Media Research Center offered the following rundown on the new President’s first 30 days.
In the first 30 days (January 20 to February 18), our analysts determined that the President and his team were the subject of 16 hours of coverage on just the Big Three evening newscasts. This equates to more than half (54%) of all of the news coverage during this period.
While most new presidents enjoy a media honeymoon, the tone of Trump’s coverage was nearly as hostile (88% negative) as we found during last year’s presidential campaign (91% negative).