Saturday, October 22, 2016

Mainstream Media

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Trump Protestors

If all you did was watch CNN or MSNBC you would think that all Trump supporters are violent, racist pigs and will beat up anyone who disagrees with them. (You are smart though because you are reading Liberty News Now.) The image the media portrays is not true.

The truth is the supporters of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are proving themselves more dangerous than even the image of Trump fans.

Watch this video of Beverly, a Trump supporter waiting for Trump at a rally, as she tries to defend her beliefs while being surrounded by hateful Democrats.

She is one tough woman.

Although she created jobs that actually pay people and helped grow the middle class, she was mocked for not creating better jobs. All of this is coming from a group of people who don’t even look like they have graduated from college yet.

Why won’t you see these images on Comedy Central?

Why won’t you see the below video on CNN?


The truth is coming out about the violence on the left and how the youthful energy of the Democratic Party is being used to attack anyone they don’t agree with.

Look at the Nevada Democratic Convention as evidence that the left is in a downward spiral.

This is what happens when you create an oversensitive party that tries to be so welcoming of those who are “different” while refusing to accept anyone who disagrees with their politics? It is a dangerous time for the Democratic Party.

What do you think? Is the Democratic Party falling apart?

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The New York Times decided to publish a hit piece on Donald Trump, but at least one of the women interviewed for the article was completely misquoted.

It is no surprise that Donald Trump has taken a lashing in the media, but it is the constant misquoting that is changing the narrative on Trump. Fortunately, he fights back hard.

Normally it is Trump that is misquoted, but now the media is even misquoting people who know Donald to make sure the spin stays negative.

Here is an interview on Fox News with Rowanne Brewer Lane as she exposed the New York Times‘ bias against Donald Trump and how she was unfairly portrayed.

The way that Donald Trump has been treated in the national media is a disgrace and it makes it so hard for Americans to make an informed decision when they vote.

Do you think that the media has treated Donald Trump unfairly? Let us know in the comments.

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government burns land

The occupation of federal land in Oregon by protesters may be hard to follow if you rely on the reports of the mainstream media.

The protesters holed-up in the wildlife refuge are not spokesmen or attorneys and understandably have a hard time expressing to the public why they’re taking a stand and explaining the events that have led up to the occupation.

The video below speaks for itself (skip to 3:10 to see what this is all about):

If you made it to the end of the video, you’ll see the home catch fire and the burned faces and hides of cattle that did nothing more than get in the way of the federal government.

The government has provided no legitimate reasons for its actions and it appears the fires were set and spread only to instigate local ranchers and kill their livestock through fire or starvation.

Make sense now?

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mainstream media

The mainstream media proudly mocked conservatives with an embarrassing headline—but really, just exposed their disgusting bias.

Headlines proclaiming, “30% of Republicans want to bomb Aladdin’s fictional hometown,” started trending on Facebook on Friday—clearly, trying to push the idea that Republicans are so dumb that they’ll bomb anything that sounds Middle Eastern, and have no idea which countries are real and which are fake.

The figure came from a Public Policy Polling poll that was released Friday morning, which asked people whether or not they would support the U.S. bombing Agrabah. The poll didn’t specify what or where “Agrabah” was, but it’s the fictional city from the 1992 Disney cartoon “Aladdin.” (Though it’s worth noting that, in the context of a poll, it could easily have been misheard as ISIS’s capital of Al-Raqqa, or mistaken for another strategic ISIS location.)

Nevertheless, due to shoddy reporting and overwhelming bias, the joke wound up being on the Left.

Because the real story, without the media’s bias?

It turns out Democrats were substantially more likely to believe Agrabah was a real place, and have their own strong ideas about how the U.S. should handle the “situation.”

Despite the headlines making it sound like a question just asked to Republicans, PPP asked the exact same question to Democrats.

As it turns out, far more Democrats than Republicans took the bait, and took a stance on whether or not the U.S. should bomb on Agrabah. A whopping majority—55%—of Democrats took a stance on whether or not the U.S. should bomb the cartoon country, vs. a comparatively small 43% of Republicans.

Overall, 30% of Republicans said Agrabah should be bombed, vs. 13% who said it shouldn’t be. On the Democratic side, 19% of Democrats think the fictional land should be bombed, vs. 36% who think we should not—and that, apparently, Secretary of State John Kerry should hammer out some sort of diplomatic solution with the cartoon Sultan or his deputy, Jafar.

Media bias at its most anti-conservative.

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Cable news networks on Friday officially jumped the shark on offensiveness: they broadcasted live from inside the apartment of the San Bernardino terrorists.

Both MSNBC and CNN reportedly paid off the landlord to gain access to the apartment of Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the couple behind the terrorist attacks than left 12 dead at an office holiday party.

Journalists led viewers around a tour of the small apartment—including the room of Farook and Malik’s 6-month-old baby.

They also rooted through the couple’s personal belongings—holding up Malik’s prayer beads, family photos of children, and the couple’s driver’s licenses and social security card.

The FBI warrant that closed the apartment off as a crime scene reportedly had expired, and while agents were out getting the warrant extended, the landlord seemed to have decided to pop in with some of his new reporter friends. Because of the intrusion, any evidence still in the apartment would no longer be legally admissible if it revealed co-conspirators or access to a greater terrorist network.

Even news anchors—who were watching their colleagues go through a terrorist couple’s personal belongings for the sake of ratings—seemed appalled by what was going on.

At one point, MSNBC anchor Andrea Mitchell asked her field reporter to stop holding up personal photos of innocent children, who obviously played no role in the attack.

On CNN, CNN’s law enforcement expert Harry Hock expressed surprise that reporters would go inside, but put the blame of law enforcement for not securing the scene while they waited for another warrant:

“Usually in an instance like this, if a crime scene goes in and does the work and comes out, you will keep that scene locked up, and with the sign on board saying that you cannot come in until the police release it. The fact is, maybe they did not do that here. I am I will tell you, I’m so shocked I cannot believe it. This is detective 101 for crying out loud.”

“And now we have what looks like dozens of people in there totally destroying a crime scene, which is still vital in this investigation,” he added.

Join in the discussion below.

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“Never let a crisis go to waste” was the famous credo of Obama’s former chief of staff, and current Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel.

And it’s advice that the liberal news media is certainly taking to heart–because they’re now blaming the horrific shooting in Oregon squarely on the Republicans to score political points.

Correspondent Nancy Cordes gave a special report on CBS News, where she slammed Republicans and conservative-leaning nonprofits like the NRA.

“Sympathy and best wishes are all about the victims’ families can expect from Congress,” she fumed, “which has not seriously debated strengthening gun laws since 2013, after 20 children and six adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut.”

But the media wasn’t alone directing their outrage at Republicans–it was Barack Obama who gave them permission to do so.

In a speech after the shooting on Thursday, Obama called for national outrage and exploited the crisis in order to seek tougher gun laws. He said, “Somebody, somewhere will comment and say, Obama politicized this issue. Well, this is something we should politicize.”

But while Obama–a politician–might be eager to politicize something, it’s not something Americans should expect from their so-called “unbiased” mainstream media.

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I don’t. Why? Because I didn’t know anyone involved in the crash. Does that make me a callous or cold hearted person?

I don’t think it does. Rather this incident raises a salient question that permeates more than this specific tragedy and transcends the news de jour.

To that point, I ask this question: Does the Amtrak crash really matter? And going a step further, does any one-off tragedy matter?

The honest truth (and one that few want to admit, at least openly) is that from a logical and a public policy standpoint the answer has to be an emphatic “NO!” Don’t misinterpret my words. There are families who are in deep mourning right now and my heart goes out to them.

But the death of eight people in a nation of 315 million is microscopic. I apologize in advance for my lack of originality, but when has the media ever spent this much time denouncing black-on-black violence in Chicago or other cities which claim many more lives?

That’s precisely why it’s deeply frustrating and infuriating that the media and most politicians ignore the life-ending incidents of nameless (to the public) decedents around our nation and the globe.

In many cases, the finality of the lives of these souls are just as tragic as the victims the media uses to boost their ratings and politicians hijack to capitalize on to advance their pet policies.

Think about these stories: Sandy Hook, the Aurora, Colorado movie shooting, Gabby Giffords, Ferguson, Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner. What do they all have in common?

Every incident should have been a blip on the radar. But the media salivates at the anticipated ratings of covering such stories on what seems to be an endless cycle, only stopping when Americans get bored.

And politicians are happy to use such incidents to promote their agenda whether it be restricting the second amendment or stirring up public fervor over unsubstantiated claims of systematic police brutality.

Both parties are guilty. It just happens to be more prevalent among liberal Democrats whose entire goal is to expand the scope and reach of government.

So the question is this: Why are Americans so easily duped into experiencing vehement outrage over each of these events?

Here’s the simple answer.

Conservatives deal in logic while liberals prefer emotionalism. Yes, that’s quite simplistic, but nevertheless true on the broader scale.

Taking it a step deeper, conservatives and other limited government types are susceptible to the allure of storytelling and personalizing tragedies. That’s why marketing is so effective.

But on the whole, they are less susceptible than our friends on the other side. Suffice it to say, critical and analytical thinking isn’t for everyone.

One final note: Until liberals/progressives are persuaded to see the light (something that will likely never happen because as I stated earlier, they lack the cognitive ability for critical thought) public discourse will remain at imbecilic levels of Biden-like proportions. I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, dear reader.



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