How mainstream media, social platforms manipulate society by pushing a left-liberal ideology
Liberal media dominates the mainstream, while conservative news is a low 12 percent. NY Times, Washington Post, Guardian, AP, indicates left-liberal bias, survey shows. CNN earned the moniker “Fake News,” and Twitter is uncomfortably left-liberal, says its employees.
Popular left-leaning mainstream media
1. Fake News
Donald Trump claims he invented the phrase “Fake News.” It first became popular when he used it on CNN. Conservatives often used the phrase to refer to mainstream media (MSM), until MSM outlets began using it to deflect growing criticism.
Fake news began at the turn of the 19th century. Yellow Journalism reported sensational and less factual news, possibly triggering the Spanish-American conflict.
Trump’s frequent use of “Fake News” most likely contributed to the low ratings of MSNBC and CNN during the “Trump era“
March-April 2019 Media bias data from THR/Morning consult
2. Conservatives labeled ‘bad guys’
At the height of Black Lives Matter pillaging cities, MSM said, “It’s a mostly peaceful rally.” But when Trump’s supporters entered the capitol, it was an insurrection.
3. Cancelling conservative voices
In 2021, Amazon Prime stops streaming ‘Clarence Thomas Documentary’ during Black History Month, the irony. Thomas is the only Black U.S. Supreme Court Justice. He is a pro-life conservative who voiced his concern for electoral fraud.
3. Social Media’s left-liberal bias
YouTube channels with hidden agenda
To get millions of subscribers, some produce content that doesn’t work. In other words, “they lie professionally.” Ann Reardon exposes some of these dubious production company that creates “fake contents.”
We did our homework and watched a few videos about American history. In the middle of the video, the narrator suggested Republicans are “white supremacists.” What he did not say was that Republicans opposed slavery.
Facebook fact checkers are pro-liberal-left
Social platform accused of manipulating politics
In 2018, WhatsApp was accused of causing a misinformation crisis in Brazil, India to produce a political outcome. Rumors on the platform ignited a political division that led to mob violence and deaths.
5. Fear and division for identity politics
In March 2021, Emmy Award-Winning News Anchor Kari Lake quits. “In the past few years, I haven’t felt proud to be a member of the media. I’m sure there are other journalists out there who feel the same way.“
“I found myself reading news copy that I didn’t believe was fully truthful – or only told part of the story,” she said in this video.
Kari began to feel that she was merely contributing to the country’s fear and division by continuing in this profession.
It was a serious struggle, the reason she decided to leave and do something else. Kari Lake had a stellar 22-year career with Arizona’s KSAZ Fox-10.
Barkada Bar changing its name after woke backlash.