The Times, and the so-called “mainstream media,” are beside themselves with hate and rage…because you refused to be manipulated into voting and thinking the way they tried to steer you. Freeda points out one of the many ways the fake news tries to belittle our President and the American people…
New York Times Almost NEVER Says President Trump
In their daily attempt to derail our President, the New York Times is subtly derogatory to our president. Although the stories themselves are blatantly negative, by continually disparaging the president, I think that they believe that constant dripping will wear away the stone. Fortunately, the American people are not simply the mindless sheep that they think we are.
When reading through their tripe, I noticed something very sneaky. In addition to each headline containing subtle words that invoke an adverse reaction, none of the writers refer to Trump as president. It’s always “Mr. Trump.”
Take a look at the difference in the article, “Trump Takes a Gamble in Cutting Programs His Base Relies On”:
The article’s overall tone criticized the budget, although the writer did admit that it was “roughly the same as in President Barack Obama’s last budget request.”
See the difference?
In every article and memo posted today, there’s nearly NO reference to America’s Leader as President Trump. It’s always “Mr.” I know that it may not seem like a big deal, but this is just another way that a supposedly “real” news service continually derides the president. The only time they give him his proper title is when they think they can show him in a disadvantageous position.
Freeda is Correct: 91% of Media Coverage of our President is Negative…
With the coverage of President Trump putting media bias on display as never before, an influential House chairman and longtime press critic has opened a campaign to call out the “mainstream media” for what he thinks it is.
“The media and Democrats are so close in association and so close in their philosophical views that we might as well use one word to describe both, and that’s ‘Mediacrats,’” said Texas Rep. Lamar Smith, founder of the House Media Fairness Caucus.
Smith, chairman of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee, has often been on the receiving end of the media’s anti-conservative bias, but he said the attacks on Trump have led him to urge colleagues to stop referring to the “mainstream” media.
In an interview, he cited the media’s ills: 91 percent of Trump campaign coverage was negative, 96 percent of media campaign contributions went to Democrat Hillary Clinton, and 55 percent of the public is weary of the anti-Trump tone in coverage.
“It’s the most biased media I’ve seen in my lifetime,” Smith said.