While it comes as no surprise to us that the left leaning media has it out for Donald Trump, a new study from Harvard has determined just how bad it actually is…and you’ll be astounded.
The left’s media bias has jumped the shark, to put it politely. There has been, without a doubt, more negative press regarding President Trump than their has been about ISIS and other terrorist organizations, with pundits on the left being allowed to run amok with their dangerous and divisive vitriol. To be quite honest, it’s a bit embarrassing.
Harvard University, noting the ridiculousness of the slant, has taken it upon themselves to dig a bit deeper into just how absurd the international media complex is acting, and the results are not pretty.
“They found that the tone of some outlets was negative in as many as 98% of reports, significantly more hostile than the first 100 days of the three previous administrations:
“The academics based their study on seven US outlets and three European ones.”
As you can see from the chart above, even conservative news network Fox News, cable’s number one channel in ratings, slightly favors giving Trump a rubbing.
What is most disturbing about this trend is just how terribly obvious the media is being with their undercurrent of liberal beliefs. The blatant blasting of the Commander in Chief seems to follow directly in line with whatever the leftist New Fascist movement has latched onto, in terms of weekly chaos.
Of course, the thoroughly debunked Russian connection that the media continues to report regarding President Trump has been a huge factor in studies such as this. The left has pushed and prodded the American people with the wild assertion that Donald Trump had help winning the 2016 presidential election in the form of “Russian interference” – a term so vague that it could allude to poll workers having had too much vodka on the morning of November 9th.
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