In college, liberal professors will constantly deny any existence of media bias, but shamelessly bash media outlets that refuse to suck up to their agenda. Thankfully, many Americans are on to them.
Despite Sen. Harry Reid’s near-daily speeches about the “un-American” Koch brothers and the vast amount of money they give to the Republican Party – all while the Democrats take billions from other interest groups – Americans are still not convinced that campaign donations are the number one problem in politics right now.
That designation goes to media bias, according to 48% of the 1,000 likely voters polled for a Rasmussen Report. Big campaign contributions earned the #2 spot, with 44% of those polled.
Among people who identify as Tea Party members, media bias is an even bigger problem – 77% say it’s the number one issue.
The media wields a lot of power. They can influence the masses, and we have to walk that fragile line daily. Liberals have done a great job of seizing media outlets and deceiving masses instead of reporting the truth. We shouldn’t allow the mainstream media to choose our leaders. They have selective outrage toward different administrations, and that’s not how it’s supposed to be. When the media takes on its proper role as a watchdog of the government, truth comes out. The media definitely needs more truth seekers and not political ideologues. The future of the country depends on it.