With corporate media churning out false anti-Trump propaganda, what do you think this does to the public's perception of our President?
To save you snowflakes the trouble: yes, it's okay to criticize the President.
What I am referring to are provably fabricated stories that have been neglected to be fact checked.
Its just when the corporate media publishes false information alongside their legitimate criticisms, I have no idea what to take seriously
- Jonathan GruberLv 52 months agoFavorite Answer
This is precisely why public trust in the MSM is at an all-time low.
- joedlhLv 72 months ago
Some examples of the the "provably fabricated stories" and the proof that they are fabricated would be helpful in your presentation.
- random_manLv 72 months ago
My perception of the President is negative because of what he says and does, not because of false propaganda.
- MikeLv 72 months ago
The liberal media is a arm of the DNC now
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- Anonymous2 months ago
I think the media is playing videos of him making the statements.
- tribeca_belleLv 72 months ago
The media doesn't have to present anything false about Trump. The truth about Trump is more than damaging enough.
All the media really has to do is honestly present him saying what he says, tweeting what he tweets and list the things that he has done. Trump is a disaster.
In fact, I think the mainstream media has been far too kind to Donald Trump. They've been covering for him out of respect for the office. They have to stop doing that and let the American people see the unvarnished truth about Trump.