Wednesday, December 01, 2010

This is what "biased news" reporting really looks like.

The myth by the left is that Fox News is "right wing propaganda". This is nothing new. Liberals even have a site to monitor Fox News called "foxed news". Nobody ever accused the left of being creative. It is what it is I suppose. MSNBC has long since exposed itself as being a pure propaganda piece for liberals and Obama. The reason why MSNBC is discredited as a legitimate news channel is due to their reporting being politically and ideologically biased. Here's a five alarm siren example of what I mean. The so called "News Anchor" Chris Jansing reported to her audience before introducing her guest Republican Representative Steve King that he is "one of the most radical right wingers in congress". Was that really called for?



Chris Jansing isn't a News Commentator, she is suppose to be a News Anchor. It's no big deal if Chris Matthews, Keith Olberman, Rachael Madcow or Ed Schultz calls Steven King a "far right winger". Of course they would be wrong in their classification of King, but these people are getting paid to give their opinion as commentators. With MSNBC, where does their bias end and the news begin? This is why MSNBC is a second rate joke., and Fox News is number one.

3 Comments:

Blogger Sojournerlove said...

Anybody who works for MSNBC is by no means in any position to call anybody a radical. They stand by Radical President Obama. They're not fooling anyone except their lemming audience.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Night Train said...

MSNBC as in the story above this one refers to Palin as "half term governor Palin" or something like that. A slight in wording it that way.

Again, would not care to always compare it to Obama but perhaps he was only in his first term as an Illinois Senator.

Anyway, I'm not positive I'd vote in the primaries for Palin but chances are whomever the Republicans vote in would be better than whomever the Democrats would vote in, especially if the Bush Tax Cuts expire there is going to be a huge increase in taxes.

5:22 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Sojournerlove "Anybody who works for MSNBC is by no means in any position to call anybody a radical. They stand by Radical President Obama. They're not fooling anyone except their lemming audience."

At this point, I believe the Weather Channel has more viewers then MSNBC. MSBNC is jealous as hell over the power and influence of Fox News. MSNBC will always be a DISTANT SECOND, because nobody trust their content, and they see through their agenda.




Night Train "Again, would not care to always compare it to Obama but perhaps he was only in his first term as an Illinois Senator."

Well for the media to draw that comparison and thus compare apples with apples, the media would have to poses something it clearly doesn't have. "JOURNALISTIC INTEGRITY".

Night Train "Anyway, I'm not positive I'd vote in the primaries for Palin but chances are whomever the Republicans vote in would be better than whomever the Democrats would vote in, especially if the Bush Tax Cuts expire there is going to be a huge increase in taxes."

I just say that Palin run and let her make her case from her own lips unfiltered and not distorted by the media and let the chips fall where they may. The only person in the primaries if he ran that I would vote for instead of Palin would be if Jim DeMint ran, but he's not going to, so as of right now I will support her unless a dark horse conservative enters the race.

6:20 PM  

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