Poll Shows Just How Many Americans Think The Media is Helping Hillary Get Elected
It all depends on your point of view.
A cable news host tells the viewing audience, “… you know, it’s part of reporting this election, the feeling most people get when they hear Barack Obama speak… I felt this thrill going up my leg” and goes on to claim, “That is an objective assessment.”
Although many Americans – 59,948,323 to be exact, seemed not to experience that same thrill and voted against Obama in the 2008 General Election, the liberal media has continued to move farther away from reporting to not only slanting coverage in favor of their favored Democrat candidates, but in some cases actually colluding with the party to shape the “news.”
Leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee revealed that a reporter from Politico submitted articles for vetting to Democrats before even sending them to his editor.
Now, a new survey conducted by Morning Consult, a nonpartisan digital media research firm, confirms that 38 percent of Americans believe that the media is biased in favor of Hillary Clinton compared to only 12 percent that felt Trump was favored by broadcast and cable networks, and newspapers.
The results of the survey reveal that one-third of the voters sampled feel the media is doing a “poor” job of treating the two candidates fairly.
Interestingly, a little-known secret outside the world of Washington insiders, reveals the close relationships between the press and the left.
Ben Rhoades, the White House national security advisor who shaped the talking points blaming an obscure video for the terror attack on the Benghazi consulate, is the brother of CBS News president David Rhoades.
ABC News president, Ben Sherwood, is the brother of Dr. Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, Deputy Secretary of Obama’s Department of Energy.
CNN Vice-President and Washington Bureau Chief, Virginia Moseley is Mrs. Tom Nides – he is a former Deputy Secretary of State under Hillary Clinton who is now an executive with – surprise – Morgan Stanley.
CNN political analyst, David Gregory is married to none other than the attorney representing five Clinton aides, including Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, questioned by the FBI in the investigation into Clinton’s private email set-up.