I don't care for Trump or Hillary. But do you see the bias here I see? After the debate we got this on CNN:
She looks stately, he looks... scowling! Was that truth?
Then they have these articles today
Title: "World leader Trump admires? The same one he's vilified"
The photo makes him look stupid and as well makes it look like he is trashing Mrs. Merkle. When you read the article and what he stated, it is really quite fair what he said. CNN could have said, "Trump honors Merkle, but disagrees with Muslim immigration strategy..." blah blah... But that isn't the image they want to cast of him.
Then below that on the same page you get this gem:
Title: Not feeling Hillary? I wasn't, either
The content is really an endorsement by the author for Hillary and shoots down arguments against her one by one. You see this photo on the page:
The photo makes it look like she already won the Presidency!
Good grief, could they make it more blatantly obvious? Do you see bias as well... even Hillary fans?
Is news media conveying information or are they creating an image based upon what they want to say. I've worked in a corporation, seen the marketing engine and business decisions and in my view, this is exceptionally biased. I didn't look to see if images were doctored or not, it just seems obvious.
What source of media would you say is most "fair". Be serious. Maybe none are.
I'm thinking PBS and BBC at the moment.
A broader point... I see the same thing in regards to the police shootings portrayed in media on black people. They take particular acts and focus on them and blow them up and out of proportion to reality. They are creating media, not informing or telling the news. To me, this is a big part of the problem in our country.
- CNN is biased50% (9)54% (19)53% (28)Vote
- CNN is fair17% (3)11% (4)13% (7)Vote
- CNN is like the others, they are all biased33% (6)35% (12)34% (18)Vote
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Every news outlet has bias. MSNBC and CNN are left leaning and FOX leans to the right.2