The mainstream media thinks that they have the beat on what people want to hear when it comes to news stories and facts from around the world. They like to tell people their opinions instead of reporting the facts. Like their Democrat counterparts, they think people need to be told what to believe. They fail to realize that the average person is fully capable of formulating their own opinion and deciding for themselves the right course of action.
It does not help matters much when the media presents false information as fact. Multiple times in the past few weeks, the media has tried to push fake news and reports as truth. And when they are questioned about their sources, they decline to reveal them because they do not exist.
President Trump was the master at calling the lying reporters out when they misrepresented the truth on an issue or story. And in return, the media blatantly attacked him at every turn. But that did not stop him from telling the world the truth and setting the record straight.
Wealthy liberals also pay the media to censor any conservative. They are asked not to air any news that would benefit the right—the media resorts to pushing liberal-left news stories similar to what the communists do in their censored countries.
Here, the point in case is that the media and their Democratic owners think that what they are doing is constitutional. But what they are doing is inventing their own version of the document. This new approach lets them pick and choose information to share, and it shades the hearer from the fact that they are being lied to.
The media outlets are masters at pushing and levying misinformation. Their stories are full of worthless information that is designed to confuse most people.
Ryan Felton and Kaveh Waddell wrote one such story. The piece that they wrote appeared to try and educate people on how to interpret the information being fed to people from various sources. This sounds great, and all but their take on the subject is tainted with liberal ideology and brainwashing material.
When a logical and thoughtful person reads their piece, they are left wondering what the actual message is that was conveyed. In an attempt to appear non-biased, they quoted Mitt Romney’s defense of the President and his White House battle. They wrote, “The President is within his rights to request recounts, to call for investigations of alleged voting irregularities where evidence exists, and to exhaust legal remedies.”
This sounds noble, but they were moving towards an extreme left position. The media is as far left as they can get without stepping into the communist camp. For any news agency to keep telling the American people that Trump has no chance or case of proving fraud exists wishful thinking. And they indeed are not reporting the truth or at least both sides of the story.
The two authors must have been sick the day their fifth-grade class studied the Constitution. The document clearly states that “Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress … The Electors shall meet in their respective States and vote by Ballot for two Persons, of whom one at least shall not be an Inhabitant of the same State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the Persons voted for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the Seat of Government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate.”
The media does not dictate who the winner is. The person that thinks they won cannot declare themselves to be the victor until every State has assigned the electors to their camp.
The fact that fraud is showing up in abundance is a major cause for concern. President Trump believes the people need to know that the election system is honest. Any departure on his part without a fight is an abandonment of his role as President. And that is something that he cannot bring himself to do.