WATCH: There Is No Daylight Between The Democrats And The Media(D) On Impeachment

Written by K. Walker on October 18, 2019

The “news” has officially become an echo chamber.

When watching the news, it has become increasingly difficult to tell the difference between so-called “journalists” and Democrats. They’re saying exactly the same thing — especially when it comes to impeachment or any other anti-Trump position.

The Media Research Council has compiled a video of Democrats and journalists saying the very same things.

Watching it is like suffering from déjà vu.

How incredibly uncanny. It’s almost as if the DNC sends their talking points out to the Media(D) which then quickly adopts them.

Oh, wait…

It gets worse. On October 3, New York Times columnist Frank Bruni and Politico chief political correspondent Tim Alberta both recited language from a DNC press release, verbatim. Bruni (on CNN Newsroom) and Alberta (on MSNBC’s The 11th Hour) each asserted that Vice President Pence’s professed ignorance about the President’s talks with Ukraine did not “pass the smell test,” — only a day after the DNC published a press release titled,  “Pence is an Accomplice to Trump’s Abuse of Power and his Denials Don’t Pass the Smell Test.”

And just after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on October 4 alleged that the President had “betrayed” his “oath of office,” NBC political director Chuck Todd voiced the same accusation on the NBC Nightly News as his own personal point of view: “What [Trump] has admitted to in the last 48 hours is essentially violations of his oath to the Constitution.”

Source: Newsbusters

How is it not propaganda when the Partisan Press is literally using the Democrat talking points word-for-word in their reportage?

Journalism is hard. It requires gathering facts, determining how those facts fit together and reporting the story in an unbiased manner. (This is why I’m not a journalist — I’m way too opinionated.) Many so-called “journalists” in the Media(D) can’t seem to keep their opinions out of their reporting, either.

Maybe, we shouldn’t call them journalists anymore. After all, their bias is so overt, they’ve become nothing more than mouthpieces for the Democratic Party, period.

And their “collusion” with Big Tech isn’t helping.

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, occasional Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll

 

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