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George Stephanopoulos is Just the Tip of the Iceberg When it Comes to Media Bias

May 20, 2015

Kirsten Powers makes an excellent point here…

Singling Stephanopoulos out misses the point

ABC News’ chief anchor George Stephanopoulos has been embroiled in a scandal after he failed to disclose $75,000 in donations to the Clinton Foundation before grilling Peter Schweizer, the author of a book critical of the foundation. The former Clinton aide accused the author of having a “partisan interest” in writing the book due in part to his four month stint as a George W. Bush speech writer.

This is an open-and-shut case: Stephanopoulos should never have conducted this interview without revealing his connection to the foundation.

But does anyone actually believe that had he not made the donations, the interview would have gone differently? Are we all really surprised that a mainstream news media host might be predisposed to skewering an author who is causing damage to the presumed future Democratic presidential nominee?

John Nolte of Breitbart makes an even better point here…

Scandal Rap Sheet: 48 Reasons to Distrust & Despise The Media

All of these scandals involve an attempt by a media that advertises itself as non-partisan (MSNBC excepted) to aid and abet the Democrat Party, or undermine Republicans, or advance the media’s primary cause, which is to increase the size and scope of America’s central federal government.

As you read the list below, ask yourselves which American company or institution could survive a rap sheet even half as long as this one — decades of lies, cover ups, dictator-coddling, outright fraud, theft, and the fabrication of evidence.


Our national media (with the exception of FOX News) functions as the public relations department of the Democratic Party. They cannot and should not be trusted.

One Comment leave one →
  1. agent provocateur permalink
    May 21, 2015 12:39 am

    Reblogged this on Nevada State Personnel Watch.

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