People do not trust that the media is honest. Could any rational thinking person blame them?
In their dishonesty to advance their agenda they have been the most significant factor in turning people against the very thing they promote. Not that people were ever on the same page with them, to begin with, but by them exposing themselves for being the propaganda tools that they are, it was the last straw for people becoming sick and tired of being manipulated.
Last but not least when the MSCMC throws around the term fake news we never actually are told what it is. What stories in this election cycle were fake? How much traction did these fake stories get? What did they have to do with any of the issues of the election?
How much more did some of the other stories in this election affect the American people’s decision? Such as the DNC’s rigging of the Primary for Hillary Clinton. The private emails server that violated the spirit of the law if not the law itself, or even each candidate’s positions as laid out on their very own websites.
Moreover, what if these stories were reported on by all the MSCMC accurately? Would they have had an even bigger impact?
It is easy to blame an undefined, vague concept especially if you never have to identify it.
So instead of the MSCMC throwing around a false narrative we at The Far American challenge them to do their job and perhaps investigation several stories and dig deep into the facts. Report the facts, and leave out the leftist conclusions.
Journalism is supposed to be – Writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation.
Is proper journalism being taught in today’s schools? If it is, it seems soon forgotten when these journalists enter the real world. Is it even possible for them to fulfill the exact definition of journalism? Hard to say.
In our next part, we will look at the stories this election cycle that the media should have investigated. Not covered with DNC talking points, but delved into, uncovered, and honestly reported.