By making things up from whole cloth or, more insidiously, leaving out important details, the media created its own malignant narrative surrounding the Rittenhouse case.
The biggest problem with corporate media is not what they report and get wrong, it’s what they choose not to report at all.
Elite journalists have taken it upon themselves to decide what is acceptable policy and who is acceptable to hold office.
For most of the 20th century, the Democratic Party was seen as the unquestioned champion of the guy who ate his lunch from a pail and had to wipe his hands before he could shake yours.
In almost any other industry a failure of this magnitude two times in a row would result in heads rolling. Starting in the executive suite and working down, people would be fired.
Less than two weeks before the 2020 election things look much as they did in 2016.
Leftism, such as that which now pervades the Democratic party, destroys everything it touches.
According to a Cato Institute study, save for those who self-describe as very liberal, most Americans are keeping their politics close to their vests.
It’s not news to anyone that the legacy news organizations are under fire for real and perceived bias in their reporting.
To a broad swath of American voters, Trump’s disdain for Beltway punctilio isn’t a bug. It’s a feature.
It’s a cage match between Donald Trump and the establishment media.
The mainstream media has dropped all pretense of objective reporting.