As if one needed any more proof to show just how biased the media really are, here is yet another piece of evidence.
Following a speech by Republican nominee Donald Trump in Florida on Thursday, CNN senior media correspondent Brian Stelter called the speech “dangerous” and “paranoid.”
"That speech was paranoid and that speech was dangerous," Stelter said. "It was a speech dripping with hatred, it was a speech dripping with contempt. Railing against bankers and corporations and the media and this grand conspiracy that somehow he has only been able to connect the dots of. It sounded a lot like a dog-whistle to a lot of people, that he was somehow connecting all of these dots that do in fact not connect.”
Immediately before Stetler's comments, host Brooke Baldwin called Trump's claim that the media are a political arm “BS.”
Yes, Baldwin labeled the claim that the media is acting as a political arm as “BS” and then immediately after let Stelter refer to Trump as “dangerous” and “paranoid.”
It didn’t stop there, though. Stelter went on to claim that “if there is violence and unrest after election day, I think we now know why based on the hatred that was dripping out of that man’s mouth.”
This is all coming from someone who, at one point, felt the need to stand up on his soap box and tell hosts on Fox News that they “didn’t work for Trump.”
Stelter didn’t cite anything or give examples to prove this “hatred” he saw, as any actual journalist might do. Instead, he simply referenced “a lot of people” without naming names.
With obviously biased “reporting” like this, it’s no wonder that American’s trust in the media has plummeted to an all-time low.
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