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A new report from the Media Research Center indicates that the liberal media is playing favorite with the Democratic Party again in their coverage of the major party conventions.

If you’ve watched the DNC on cable news, perhaps you’ve noticed all the videos that air in between speakers? Do you remember any of those videos from the RNC? No?

There’s a reason for that:

CNN has clearly favored Democrats during their convention by playing more of their pre-produced videos during its first three days than they did during the entire Republican convention. So far, the liberal network has played 16 video montages and anti-Donald Trump featurettes totaling 47 minutes and 53 minutes of air time — all during their prime time coverage (8 pm Eastern to midnight) of the political confab. By contrast, CNN only played three of the Republican convention's videos, which added up to 14 minutes and 17 seconds of air time over four nights.

The GOP aired videos on the Benghazi terror attack, on the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal, and on an assortment of other topics during their convention. But none of those made it onto CNN’s broadcasting schedule.

Here are some of the videos you may have missed, made available on the RNC’s YouTube page:


Chris Pandolfo is a writer for the CR Wire. He holds a B.A. in Politics and Economics from Hillsdale College. His interests are Conservative Political Philosophy, the American Founding, and Progressive Rock. Follow him @cpandolfo2128.

 

 

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