What media Bias?

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Re: What media Bias?

#51 Post by NefariousKoel » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:56 pm

Now they're crying about xmas ornaments. :lol:


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Re: What media Bias?

#52 Post by NefariousKoel » Tue Jun 26, 2018 3:05 am

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Re: What media Bias?

#53 Post by nero » Tue Jun 26, 2018 4:29 am

NefariousKoel wrote:
This is rich, James O'Keefe's sermon on Truth. :lol:
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Re: What media Bias?

#54 Post by NefariousKoel » Wed Jun 27, 2018 6:22 pm

nero wrote:
NefariousKoel wrote:
This is rich, James O'Keefe's sermon on Truth. :lol:
Oh? The same guy who catches the Dem crooks admitting their underhandedness right on video?

Extracting the truth doesn't get much better than that, when someone like O'Keefe can just get them to 'fess up themselves! :lol:
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Re: What media Bias?

#55 Post by jack t ripper » Fri Jun 29, 2018 1:19 pm

What a cock-sucker this guy is. He's the "Breaking News Editor" for Al-Reuters who is...wait for it.....a TDS sufferer. Nice professionalism

A top editor at Reuters apologized on Thursday night after blaming President Trump for the deadly Capital Gazette shooting in a now-deleted tweet that was sent during a “state of emotional distress,” but he might still be disciplined by the international news service.





Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox admitted that he “responded emotionally and inappropriately” after being called out for jumping to conclusions prior to the facts emerging. Police said the suspected gunman, eventually identified as Jarrod W. Ramos, targeted the newspaper after a lengthy feud regarding a 2012 defamation lawsuit.

“This is what happens when @realDonaldTrump calls journalists the enemy of the people. Blood is on your hands, Mr. President. Save your thoughts and prayers for your empty soul,” Cox wrote in the deleted tweet, according to TheWrap.




Cox apologized in a series of four tweets once it became clear that Ramos’ motive predated Trump entering the world of politics.

“When I saw the news today that a mass shooter had targeted the employees of a newspaper in Maryland I responded emotionally and inappropriately,” Cox wrote. “Though my comments were entirely personal, they were not in keeping with the Reuters Trust Principles and my own standards for letting facts, not snap judgments, guide my understanding.”

Cox continued: “My experience as a member of the community of Newtown, Connecticut in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook tragedy, combined with the possibility that my colleagues in the press were being targeted, pushed me into a state of emotional distress.”




“I am sorry for my comments, which I quickly deleted and have disavowed, and especially remorseful if they did anything to distract from the thoughts and love we must send to the community of Annapolis,” Cox wrote.

Reuters bills itself as the "world’s largest international multimedia news provider,” which reaches over one billion people on a daily basis. Editor-in-Chief Steve Adler issued his own statement, calling Cox’s tweet “inconsistent with the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles requiring journalists to maintain freedom from bias.”

“We do not condone his behavior and will take appropriate action,” Adler said.

The five Gazette staffers killed in the attack were identified as Wendi Winters, John McNamara, Gerald Fischman, Rebecca Smith, and Rob Hiaasen.

Cox wasn’t the only powerful media member attempting to pin the tragic attacks on President Trump. Think Progress founder Judd Legum claimed “Ramos does appear to be a Trump supporter,” using a 2015 tweet that had nothing to do with politics as his evidence. He was quickly mocked for the misleading tweet but had not deleted it at the time of this publication.

Fox News’ Amy Lieu contributed to this report.


Dumb ass. Maybe he should have his estrogen level checked. How is Trump responsible for Newtown?
Cox continued: “My experience as a member of the community of Newtown, Connecticut in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook tragedy, combined with the possibility that my colleagues in the press were being targeted, pushed me into a state of emotional distress.”
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Re: What media Bias?

#56 Post by jack t ripper » Fri Jun 29, 2018 1:21 pm

"Disciplined" my ass. They need to fire the useless POS.
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Re: What media Bias?

#57 Post by nelmsm » Fri Jun 29, 2018 2:14 pm

Probably okay with Maxine Waters calling on folks to harass Republicans though.
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Re: What media Bias?

#58 Post by Kameolontti » Fri Jun 29, 2018 2:22 pm

Entire 2015 - 2017 in Finnish media (all of it)

"WRA WRA WRA white Finnish men are The Worst!"
"Immigrants can save us"

Turku terror attack
"It's not _terrorism_"
"WRA WRA it's not so bad, you could die in a car crash"
"we'll wait to see if this act of terrorism is found to be terrorism by Finnish courts"

Courts find the Turku terror attack to be terrorism.
The Moroccan immigrant who was also an asylum seeker was sentenced for "life" meaning he could get out of jail after ~14 years.

*Nothing* about problems of immigration, terrorism, Islam or so.
Nothing.

Prove me otherwise and show me an article that actually deals with problems of immigration and isn't blaming the White Finnish Men "who are The Worst".

Can't find any?

Because they don't exist.
Just like there are no news in Finnish media about the increasing antisemitism. Just like the 200 big celebrity names signing a petition against antisemitism in France didn't make the headlines here, wasn't even mentioned and so on.

Just like Finnish 'BBC' YLE correspondent to _Israel_ is a Palestinian activist.


Yet the Social Democrat pussy brigade worship the media with fundamentalist fervor and veneration. Everyone who disagrees is just a Putin's Nazi agent trying to topple the government. There are people in Africa, the logical conclusion is that they all deserve social benefits paid from our budget, preferably by having them here but if them Nazis are able to keep them out then the least thing we can do is send all of our cash to Africa.

Anything else is just Putin's lies spread by his invading Nazis.

That Putin and Trump are essentially two sides of the same Satan figure in the socialist gospel and reduced to caricature level void of any internal logic other than what wouldn't pass for a Marvel villain: "I only want to hurt people because I'm EVAH! MUAHHAHAHAHA"

It's not Media Bias.

It's Marxist bias. Russians came bitterly aware that Marxism doesn't work and shut down the project. Americans and Europeans drew the wrong conclusions that they won over Marxists. They never did, they only let their guard down.
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Re: What media Bias?

#59 Post by chijohnaok » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:22 pm

‘Just wow’: Journo Yashar Ali details ‘highly inappropriate and unethical’ call from NBC/MSNBC managing editor ‘on behalf of the DNC’; UPDATE: ‘No comment’ from NBC PR


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The interchange between the reporter and the MSNBC Managing Editor is given in several dozen tweets.
It is quite amazing.
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Re: What media Bias?

#60 Post by Anthropoid » Fri Mar 29, 2019 8:36 pm

As the fellow describes, an innocuous matter. But the behavior of the NBC person is quite suggestive, isn't it . . . To me, this is just one more piece of straw in the pig pen though. The fact that many of these firms act ON BEHALF of the DNC, and AGAINST the "enemies" of the DNC seems to me to be so blatant that is nearly beyond question.

Still, nice to have a solid example, even if it is hearsay (unless the guy recorded the convo).

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