This just in from one of our readers:
This was in a group from someone who worked for CORPORATE MEDIA…..pay attention. Such deceit! Share this around…
“Hey guys, a little heads up. For those of you that don’t know me, I am a TV tech in the corporate media world. I have a few friends working for msnbc and 2 that work at cnn. PEOPLE. After today, they WILL announce Hillary as the candidate. Get ready for the media coverage. DO NOT GET DISCOURAGED. Also be ready for the trump and hill trolls to pretend to be Bernie believers giving up. DO NOT GET DISCOURAGED. This is a fact, they are on preproduction for these shows NOW. Hold strong Berners.”
For the last few days several major television stations have made it sound like Hillary Clinton has won the primaries, returning to a theme of Hillary Clinton as the preordained “Queen of the Democrats.” If you are a Democrat who doesn’t like to think, this may very well be true, and you will be voting for Hillary Clinton, regardless of the facts.
Sadly, even NPR has begun a blatant effort to have Hillary Clinton take her throne by only inviting guests on the air who openly support Mrs. Clinton, and prematurely predict she will be the nominee for the Democratic Party. Bernie Sanders is barely mentioned. How nice of the media to take away our ability to decide for ourselves.
It should be pointed out that Mrs. Clinton has essentially won the same states she won when running against President Obama. The premature announcement of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic candidate is a manipulation tactic we need to ignore. Mrs. Clinton’s campaign has been built on lies and deception, which major media outlets are more then happy to support. Think about who owns the major media outlets, and what those owners stand to gain with Hillary Clinton as president. Lots of profits at our expense. The economy will look great on the surface, and we the people will continue to struggle financially.
We have to be aware the major media industry is completely comfortable making up the news. Info omissions and slanted coverage with people who express the position they are looking for. It’s been a long time since we could trust major television news outlets on anything but the basics.