Media Research Center’ Truth project exposes liberal media bias in 2012 campaign.
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Again, one could go on endlessly here — and NewsBusters is constantly on the job providing the video tapes that in the past were used to hide the elephant in the room.
Why is this so critical in 2012?
Remember that story about ABC’s Jake Tapper carefully admitting to George Stephanopoulos that well, yes, in 2008 “You had the media, perhaps, tilting on the scales a little bit”? What Tapper was saying was a bland and polite way of acknowledging the elephant in the room that was and will be again liberal media bias in yet another presidential campaign.
Just as Teddy White quite accurately reported of a campaign that took place some 52 years ago — the media, the liberal media — has chosen sides. Whether they were marching as soldiers for John F. Kennedy in 1960 or for Barack Obama in 2008 or 2012, they have not the least intention of reporting the news objectively. They have zero intention of being fair and balanced. They are about one thing and one thing only — advancing the liberal/left-wing narrative.
No matter the issue — economics, national security, or social issues like abortion, race, same-sex marriage or whatever — the goal always and forever is above all to advance the liberal narrative.
They are players. Not umpires. Participants. Not Referees.
Does this make a difference?
Because thanks to NewsBusters and the Tell the Truth campaign — not to mention talk radio and Fox News — the idea that no one will notice the elephant in the room that is liberal media bias in the 2012 campaign is done.
The liberal media monopoly is toast. Over.
To see visually just how the game that was being played by the national press all the way back in 1960 is now being run? To see exactly how it looks everyday in the 2012 campaign?
That place would be NewsBusters.
The place to go when you want to see what the elephant in the room in the 2012 campaign really looks like.
And to see what it’s like when someone really Speaks Truth to Power.