It's Confirmed! President Trump Defeated The Liberal Media's War On Truth!

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== BREAKING == Far More Americans Trust President Trump Than Trust Liberal Media

This may be the most important poll in recent times if not of all times. And it is very very bad news for the Democrats. For decades, the liberal press has exploited its monopolistic death grip on the political narrative in America. For decades Americans had no choice to consume their "news" from a liberal media perspective which has gotten increasingly and more shamelessly biased over the years to the point that it has now become an outright propaganda mouthpiece for a far left agenda of today's Democratic party.

Enter candidate and now President Donald J. Trump. Of all the many successful innovations he introduced in the political world, this one may be his most important. He found a way to get around the liberal media and prevent them from censoring, twisting, falsifying and distorting his message before it reached the American people. He broke their death grip on information by tweeting his messages directly to the people.

Yes, presidents before have used other technologies to bring their messages directly to the people. Notably President Reagan used television as a means of directly addressing Americans with his message. He turned his campaigns into the two biggest landslides in the history of the country including a never equaled 49 out of 50 state victory in his second term.

President Reagan's successful use of the media didn't go unnoticed by the left. It was not long after his term, and perhaps because of his successful exploitation of the media, that almost every media outlet began more carefully controlling what was reported, what was not reported, and how it was reported. Coupled with this was the Democrat's sudden interest in reinstating "equal time" laws which was their response to the embryonic rise of a tiny number of conservative talk radio challengers in the mid 80s such as Rush Limbaugh. By forcing these talk radio voices to have to provide "equal time" to voices from the left, they could cut back the air time of the conservative challengers by 50% and try to put them out of business keeping their monopolistic death grip on the "news" intact. (fortunately, the Republicans foiled that plot).

And add to all that the liberal media's systematic dumbing down of straight "news" -- just the facts ma'am -- reporting and replacing it instead with spin and commentary (today almost always disguised as fact based straight news) that increasingly served the interests of the left and the Democratic party. Fast forward to recently...

Thanks to the Internet, which has mushroomed beyond the left's control (not that they haven't tried!), conservatives have made some inroads in the media allowing something other than the Democrat's leftist propaganda to be heard by a significant number of Americans for the first time in decades. Although when measured in terms of the number of Americans who have access to information, the liberal media still has a vastly bigger number and vastly more outlets than conservative media. It's not even close.

But starting with the presidential campaign of 2016 President Trump innovated a giant leap forward towards the evening of the playing field for the previously censored voices of the moderate and right. After months of being misquoted, misrepresented, censored and just plain lied about in the liberal press, he found a way to bypass the press altogether and have his voice heard directly by the people with a tweet. No longer did he have to rely on the dishonest liberal press to faithfully report his message: a press that was bound and determined to prevent the American people from hearing his message and to make sure he lost the election. He could now speak DIRECTLY TO THE PEOPLE, with no middleman to ensure that they were hearing the truth about what he said and what he believed. No longer did the liberal press have a death grip on the narrative.

And THAT changed EVERYTHING, starting with a strong WIN for President Trump at the voting booths in spite of the media's vicious attempt to stop him, and now contributing to the success of his presidency as he continues to address the people directly and bypass the liberal media altogether. The media can no longer apply its liberal bias to control what Americans can hear from and about President Trump. For the first time Americans can hear it directly for themselves and judge for themselves. And this poll provides a striking confirmation of the liberal media's utter defeat and President Trumps incredible victory. No wonder the liberal media, and the Democrats they shill for are LIVID. The results are in. In an earth-shattering final battle for the preservation of truth they have lost the media war.

New Poll: Far More Americans Trust President Trump Than The Liberal Media

It's Confirmed!  President Trump Defeated The Liberal Media's War On Truth!

It's Confirmed! President Trump Defeated The Liberal Media's War On Truth!
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  • meowcow
    It's obvious you're a pro-Trump guy based on all your posts.

    I wonder when you're going to realize that you voted for a moron.
    While no president in modern history has caused so much division among the US population, the opposing views is what democracy and the right to vote is all about.

    However, Trump's house of cards if falling apart more rapidly than any other president. Within a month of being in office, he has had an executive order rejected by the federal courts. It's pretty sad and embarrassing for Trump to get a smack of reality that his executive order was halted because it did more harm than good.

    That was the first domino falling.

    Now the second... Trump's National Security Advisor - Michael Flynn - resigned because he lied to the president and vice president. Complete incompetence so far from the Trump administration. The guy could not even last 21 days without screwing up.

    There have been quite a few screwups already, but those are the big ones. We'd be here all day if we listed the medium ones.
    Is this still revelant?
    • "While no president in modern history has caused so much division among the US population..."

      I almost stopped at the point you called President Trump a moron but decided to give it one more try. Then the next sentence was this. Apparently you've forgotten who the last president was and how he tore the country to pieces. I realized at that point there is no point in reading the rest.

      President Trump hasn't even been in office a month yet. You have NO DATA to analyze the results of his policies with. Yet you have already written him off. It's obvious where you are coming from and not worth addressing. You are more interested in trying to make President Trump fail than in trying to make the country succeed.

    • goaded

      He's just had his National Security Advisor resign in disgrace for getting caught lying to the VP.

      (And had an executive order rejected by the federal courts, in case you really didn't read further in the opinion.)

    • goaded

      And tweeted out a made-up Lincoln quote for his birthday.

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  • LindsayRB91rds
    If the media didn't quite so far, and make it so gosh darned obvious that they hate the conservatives, they probably would have done a lot better in the poll. Flat-out lying and making up things is not going to go unnoticed these days.
    Is this still revelant?
    • Good point.

    • JenSCDC

      "Flat-out lying and making up things is not going to go unnoticed these days." Because the media is doing its job by calling out Trump on all his lies.

    • @JenSCDC So for example, the AP making up a story about Trump looking to call to the National Guard to round up illegals - that came out an hour ago and is already being walked back. That was a flat-out lie. The whitehouse is denying it. Are you saying that Trump is lying about that too?

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  • jacquesvol
    Nobody dared to tell him that he has 2,850,000 votes less than Hillary?

    Trumpy is tired now. Tomorrow he'll invent another alternative fact.

    images.indianexpress.com/.../...022-reddit_759.jpg

    • Right. Hillary won the basketball game. The only problem is the game was football.

      She won the game that wasn't played.

    • jacquesvol

      Elections aren't a game

  • JenSCDC
    In other words, there are a lot of Americans who aren't that smart. That's not news.
    • And a lot of Americans who are so smug, self-centered and arrogant that they think they know better than everyone else what's good for everyone else and have a right to force it on them.

  • goaded
    What a load of BS.

    There is no link to any "Emerson College poll" (and no mention of such a poll anywhere else I can find, including the Emerson College website). I don't believe it exists.
    • goaded

      I was wrong about the poll existing, found it here: https://www.theecps.com/

      Press release:
      media.wix.com/.../...17cc64d9c9fdf4e34a27756c1.pdf
      Results:
      media.wix.com/.../...95d240a480865ec78ca4600a.xlsx

      At least one person on this site would claim the sample size is far too small to be meaningful (it's 617 people, using landlines only, and the margin of error is +/-3.9%).

      I'm surprised to see that the poll found more people think Trump is truthful than the media, but I would point out that it measured people's perceptions, not whether or not it is accurate.

      I think you're reading more into it than is warranted, and making quite a few invalid assertions.

    • goaded

      For example: "forcing these talk radio voices to have to provide "equal time" [...] to put them out of business keeping their monopolistic death grip on the "news" intact":

      The Fairness Doctrine was a policy of the FCC, introduced in *1949*, , that required the holders of broadcast licenses both to present controversial issues of public importance and to do so in a manner that was — in the Commission's view — honest, equitable, and balanced. The FCC eliminated the Doctrine in 1987, which it was believed to have been under pressure to do from Ronald Reagan, then President of the United States.

      The doctrine did not require equal time for opposing views but required that contrasting viewpoints be presented.

      The Fairness Doctrine should not be confused with the equal-time rule. The Fairness Doctrine deals with discussion of controversial issues, while the equal-time rule deals only with political candidates.

      (Edited for size from wikipedia page "Fairness Doctrine")

    • goaded

      There's another poll, about the same credibility, that says "Saturday Night Live has more credibility than Trump, 48/43"

      www.lamag.com/.../PPP_Release_National_21017.pdf

      It also includes this one:
      "by a 51/23 margin Trump voters say that the Bowling Green Massacre shows why Trump's immigration policy is needed."

      Q4. Do you agree or disagree with the following
      statement: ‘the Bowling Green massacre
      shows why we need Donald Trump’s executive
      order on immigration?’

      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C3wDBnoWEAAsEG4.jpg

  • Iraqveteran666
    Well nobody not even liberals trust a corporately owned News station like CNN
  • jmstarling
    "The liberal media" is a myth and only used by sources with an extreme right bias.
    • goaded

      Yep. But this is a very old take, the report was from Feb 9th 2017 10:29AM.

      Of course, any contradictory poll would be labelled "fake news" (meaning "not what I want to hear", not "untrue") as soon as it's posted, so there's no point in looking for a more recent one.

  • RhythmBlack
    Who trust what Trump says?
    • goaded

      "91% of Republicans find the Trump administration truthful, versus 78% of Democrats who find the administration untruthful".
      Start with the "millions of illegal voters" and "largest inauguration crowds" lies, and work your way up.

  • Anonymous
    It's confirmed!
    Conservatives will believe any tripe they are fed. Facts are only a minor detail and must be ignored.
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