FAKE NEWS PROMOTED AND RIGGED BY ESTABLISHMENT MEDIA DESTROYED LITTLE CREDIBILTY THEY HAVE – NOW THEY ARE BLAMING ALTERNATIVE MEDIA FOR THEIR ACTIONS!
The Democrat Party and the establishment media before 2016 saw Fox News and conservative radio, especially Rush Limbaugh, as the enemies to be defeated. This year, Donald Trump’s election to presidency made them realize the enemy list got to include the social media saturated by right-wing bloggers and their enthusiastic followers. The solution? Let Facebook and Google censor them and remove their ads.
Instead of fixing their zero credibility problem, what Clinton New Network should have done, they instead decided to fight the ‘commoners’ and get more dirtier, more disgusting in their lies and propaganda, hoping to crush the nobodies who dare try to fight them and who dare try to do the jobs they should be doing. The gag order on Hillary Clinton’s health, scandals, Wikileaks, among other things made American VOMIT whenever they see another propaganda from lying media. The weird thing they are shocked nobody trusts them. Really?
Donald Trump’s lopsided victory in last week’s presidential election shocked the American public, international observers and Trump himself. It also surprised those who should have seen it coming: journalists, pundits and pollsters.
The 2016 election dragged the media’s credibility to an all-time low. By September, the media’s approval rating was a mere 19%—lower than the Democratic or Republican parties. Critics on the left have condemned the media’s extensive coverage of Donald Trump. Trump received at least $3 billion in free advertising from the media, almost three times what Clinton received. Republicans have criticized the overall liberal slant of most media outlets. Ninety-eight of the top 100 newspapers endorsed Hillary Clinton, and on election eve, all major outlets were predicting a Clinton victory. Huffington Post suggested that Clinton had a 98% chance of winning. In sum, the media’s performance this election cycle satisfied no one.