Stelter spikes football on indoctrination … CNN’s media “critic”/cheerleader Brian Stelter was positively giddy over the president’s latest poll numbers. Stelter crowed that the president’s low approval is “a sign of the national news media’s strength.” In other words: Our program of indoctrination is working.
Vox will “tell you when to panic” … In the daily Vox Sentences email yesterday, the writer boasted, “We will tell you when to panic about nuclear war with North Korea. Now is not it.” Um. Do you think you control me? Like CNN above, Vox is another MSM outlet that thinks it knows what’s best for you. So much so that they’ll tell you what to think and when to think it.
Speaking of North Korea … Disgraced lying MSNBC anchorman Brian Williams said on his program last night regarding North Korea, “Our job tonight actually is to scare people to death on this subject.” Not just on the subject of North Korea, but on President Trump’s reaction to it. Get it? CNN, Vox, and MSNBC all think their goal is to tell you what to think. NewsBusters has the clip.
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NYT corrects story attacking Trump on climate … Yesterday the New York Times ran a story accusing the Trump administration of trying to hide a climate report that stands in contrast to the administration’s claims on so-called anthropogenic climate change. The problem is that the report has been published in public for months and was hiding out in the open. The Daily Caller lays it all out.
Morning Joe forgets one question … Morning Joe had Sen. Blumenthal on his show. But he forgot to ask the most pressing question, while letting the senator attack President Trump. Blumenthal was never asked about his lies about serving in the Vietnam War. Fair and balanced journalism strikes again.
Media ignore North Korea until it is about Trump … Conservative Review’s Chris Pandolfo noticed something odd yesterday. As the news of North Korea’s possible missile warheads was percolating, the media were rather blasé about it. After President Trump tweeted about “fire and fury,” though, they went into full-on attack mode.
CRTV’s Mark Levin expanded more on the topic during his radio program last evening. Levin noted that the media are trying to make it seem like the North Korea problem is all Trump’s fault, when Trump inherited decades of problems.
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