Skip to comments.Consensus Grows In Meda To Stop Covering Trump's Rallies (sic, in more ways than one)
Posted on 07/09/2018 3:13:07 AM PDT by ransomnote
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They’re tired of being constantly told they are full of it.
Rather than report honestly they’ll pull out altogether.
He should only make major announcements during rallies then. Checkmate.
I agree. End the press briefings.
I’d still watch if Trump put ‘em on pay-per-view.
Though I gotta say, nothing beats attending one in person! :-)
On the weekends it appears that Faux Snooze is an open extension of the NO WALL STREET URINAL globalist agenda editorial page.
They are addicted and can’t help themselves - what they will do is become more obvious in their dishonesty as they try to make the rallies seem less than what they are...
...”Fox News is the only media outlet that has been covering the rallies recently. They do have a sameness about them, but theyre entertaining, particularly when PDJT is bashing Americas enemies, foreign and domestic.”...
Our President has an unusual charisma about him. He is so real and commonplace in his views that, when seen by common folks, they cannot help but love to him. At his last rally, I was busy with some work at home, but turned FOX on just to listen, not intending to stay tuned for the whole speech, but I could not help myself. He was so real, so energetic and so funny, he made my day and I have a feeling that some of his enemies, given the chance, would feel the same if they dared to expose themselves to the experience.
True. Broadcast TV news audiences have declined precipitously.
That chart’s just a little misleading as it begins in 1970; Huntley-Brinkley ruled the roost during most of the 1960’s. The real story in that chart lies in the rise of ABC News, and the decline of CBS with “Gunga Dan.”
That is a really, really good idea.
Imagine what the World would be like today, if Ronald Reagan had been able to Tweet when the networks started shutting him down.
What a bunch of turds. Luckily, most people see thru it. Even the ones who dont want to admit it.
When something important happens, and they aren’t there... things should get ugly in those shops.
But it won’t. Kinda like why they quit showing shuttle launches in the mid-’80s... they were routine.
Until they weren’t.
It's way beyond bias.
It's activism in the furtherance of the Deep State's attempt to control this country.
We are pretty much at war and most of the media is in the enemy camp.
The media didnt cover McCains. repub convention much either...they didnt cover much of Romney also...and most of their coverage was spotty and negative. Trump was so outrageous ( to them)they had to cover him, and he got tremendous name recognition. Media may be realizing the’ve been had. What a bunch of dishonest reporters and news organizations.
I’m old enough to remember Huntley and Brinkley. And Uncle Walter. I don’t think ABC really started to get off the ground until Frank Reynolds and Peter Jennings springs to mind. I still remember Jennings’ safari suits.
Our so called free and independent press gets its news from the intelligence community. This is where the real collusion is occurring.
Simple fix, if a network does not cover Trump rallies they lose their White House Press pass and the President will no longer take questions from their reporters at any event.
Boycott em. Most dishonest...ignorant...arrogant...groups of sycophants.
Cronkite is a self-admitted leftwing socialist who flat out knowingly lied when he reported the US lost the TET Offensive.
Jennings, after the GOP/Newt landslide in 94, infamously reported the American people had a temper tantrum.
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