Compare and contrast

Now we see the clear picture of the media hypocrisy. We had the Democrat debates where Sanders announced he was “sick and tired” of hearing about Hillary’s damn emails and the press in the press room cheered. They were giddy over the declaration to end any questions over Hillary’s servergate scandal.

Then we have their nonsensical, insulting, off topic gotcha questions to Republicans — at least one outright fabricated, okay call that a lie. Then the press complains when they are called on it. Well, now that they have an official truce on Hillary’s emails and Benghazi, calling her a winner, that gives them them lots more time to focus on Republicans. (even if they have to make it up)

CNBC counters the negative criticism and defends their debate saying: “People who want to be president of the United States should be able to answer tough questions.” Yet press applauded the Sanders’ declaration to end the email subject. The mainstream media has no credibility. One week they are rabid attack dogs for tough but irrelevant questions, and the next gushing over front runner Democrats saying how well she did after handing her softballs. That we see how fast they can do a 180 is amazing.

12 comments on “Compare and contrast

  1. the unit says:

    Tough questions, huh? Moderator remark and tough question: Madam Sec. The Donald has his accomplishments and proven cojones. What are your accomplishments and can you show us you have a functioning vagina in action that would qualify you to be the first female President?
    Warning: Watching any suppLIED video not advised.

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  2. the unit says:

    I guess I been a bit insensitive. Hillary says we need to be more emphathetic with the head choppers.
    So I guess I was wondering if her female part was a dormant volcano about to explode more and more communism and islamicbuds blowing in the wind for us and the world.?

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  3. peppermintfarm says:

    Bull, excellent summary of the media bias. As you and I’ve talked about this already I’ll just add that I’ve never seen such a horrible display by moderators as I saw on CNBC. I expected better of them since they are a business channel, but I was wrong and actually horrified at some of their very offensive questions.

    It became so obvious from the very beginning that this was going to be a vicious hatchet attack on our candidates. I was very glad to see the repubs join forces against them and how they made them look so bad.

    I even saw a few clips of some comedy shows making fun of these moderators.

    You bet there is a huge bias and they showed us just how big it is. Shame on them, but they exposed themselves that night.

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    • Bullright says:

      Pepp, thanks for that. It’s like the commercial: “Bias, got some?” They never take to such lows if it is Democrats. Oh, that’s because they’ll really hear about it if they did. Nothing seems to be off the table when it comes to Republicans. (them and Christians)

      So right, they exposed themselves for who and what they are. I didn’t expect it from them but live and learn. Great they’re subjects of the comics. Maybe that will get through to their brains.I’m starting to wonder about the whole thing, theatrics? There has to be motives involved for the left, always are.

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