It should be abundantly clear by this point in the Trump presidency that the media not only hates the man, but will do anything possible to stir up controversy about him as a means of destroying his administration and preventing his agenda from getting implemented.
There’s little doubt some folks stumbling upon this piece might assume it’s ridiculous to think the media, the bastion of truth and justice designed to hold elected officials accountable for their actions, could possibly be biased.
If that were the case, how do you explain the fact that porn star Stormy Daniels, who alleges an affair with the president in the early 2000s and is claiming Trump paid her to stay quiet during the election, has an attorney that has now been interviewed by the media 147 times in just ten weeks?
The Media Research Center first reported on Avenatti’s massive amount of appearances on CNN, noting that he was interviewed 59 times in two months.
They have now provided an update on the total tally of appearances from March 7 to May 15 and found Avenatti has scored 147 interviews across cable and broadcast. CNN was responsible for 74 interviews, more than half of the total, while MSNBC hosted the anti-Trump lawyer 57 times.
Earlier this month, Avenatti made seven, yes that’s seven, appearances on MSNBC in a single day.
For comparison, CNN didn’t even give the future president half as much free airtime as Avenatti. During peak Trump coverage in the 2016 primaries, CNN still only awarded Donald Trump with 30 interviews in their busiest ten-week period.
It’s quite clear the left-wing media in this country has an agenda they are pushing and it’s most definitely not in favor or support of the current commander-in-chief.
Did these same outlets dedicate this same amount of time to Hillary Clinton when it was revealed she had been using a private email server to conduct government business when she was secretary of state?
Of course not. They wanted her to win the election, so they figured they would lend a hand by doing the bare minimum coverage.
How are we supposed to trust the media when they have stopped informing the public of the facts, of the truth, and are more interested in fostering group think among their viewers?
Source: The Daily Caller