Monday, November 05, 2012

STUDY CONFIRMS MSNBC HACKERY. MSNBC SHOWS WORST BIAS

What does this ratio represent? 71:3
That's the number of bad stories versus good stories about Mitt Romney on MSNBC according to a new Pew study. Find it here.

As a reporter in the Baltimore Sun put it:
That's not a news channel. That's a propaganda machine, and owner Comcast should probably change Phil Griffin's title from president to high minister of information, or something equally befitting the work of a party propaganist hack in a totalitarian regime. You wonder how mainstream news organizations allow their reporters and correspondents to appear in such a cauldron of bias.
 Fox News, the pariah of the left? Bad stories to good for President Obama? 46:6.

3 comments:

  1. And bad stories don't necessarily present a bias especially with the disaster we have in the White House right now.

    Romney isn't doing anything yet...so his negative stories are more likely due to bias.

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  2. ok, the rate of good stories to bad is the definition of proganda? someone is making an awefully long conclusion here, and at the same time, admitting Fox News is proganda for the Republican party.

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  3. H vote,

    You have an interesting definition of fairness. If Fox has 46% bad stories plus 6% good, means that the other 48% are neutral...pretty close to 50-50. The better argument for you Vote is that nobody watches MSNBC, but FOX dominates cable ratings. Perhaps because they are better balanced?

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