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After witnessing the debacle of the last GOP debate and the outright bias by CNBC  towards the candidates, is it any wonder that 6 in 10 Americans say that their trust in mass media ranges from “not very much” to “none at all.”

“Astoundingly” the last time a majority of Americans trusted their media was back in 1976.

So it is within this backdrop of media bias that they've (the media), decided to investigate Dr. Ben Carson’s claims about getting a scholarship offer from West Point. They say Dr. Carson made a “false claim.”

The relevance of asking that question or any question that the mainstream media asks is longer viable to a majority of Americans, in that the media has rendered itself useless as a “non-biased fact gathering entity”.

In that a similar question should have been asked to then Sen. Obama and presidential candidate back in 2007, as to why the candidates Columbia University records were sealed from public view?

In fact Professor Henry Graff, perhaps the most honored professor in Columbia history and Columbia’s Presidential historian, has stated publicly that he has no recollection of President Obama ever attending Columbia University

However the vetting of a presidential candidate or any candidate running for elective office, is paramount within an open and free society, and what we’ve witnessed regrettably within the last 8-years is a manipulation of that process by a mainstream media which has long forgotten its core responsibility, to provide accurate and truthful information, regardless of ideology, free of prejudice and bias.

Source: Right Wing News


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