The recent election cycle was tired and unsightly – even more so than the spot where Hillary’s face should be. A slew of biased media outlets were outed for being sneaky fecal patties (see CAUGHT: CNN Tries to Cover Up Story Falsely Accusing Trump of Voter Fraud…). The latest to come under fire? The New York Times. Apparently their readers aren’t too happy with the lopsided coverage…
New York Times readers are writing to the publication at a rate on par with what was seen after 9/11 with an angry message: “I expect more from The Times.”
Times readers are writing and calling the Times and commenting on articles in droves to express “a searing level of dissatisfaction” with the 165-year-old paper’s coverage of the 2016 presidential election.
Even liberal readers felt the Times mischaracterized Trump supporters as racist bigots. They wanted a “news source that fairly covers people across the spectrum…” Complaints to the public editor are at five times the normal level; customer care is also seeing an uptick in calls.
We’ve seen the left’s true colors in the past few years. For instance, we found out the NAACP leader is a white lady. But more importantly, we’ve caught a glimpse into media’s slanderous den of corruption (read RANT: How The Corrupt Media Has Failed EVERYONE in 2016).
This year America opted for new blood rather than the same Democrat diaperwads of yesteryear. It seems America also wants reliable media instead of networks who edit things to fit their narrative (see RED-HANDED: Katie Couric Caught Editing Video to Push Anti-Gun Lies). Oops.
Look, we know corruption in the media – and in politics – isn’t a new thing. But people are finally starting to stand up to establishment bullies. Regular folks have taken it upon themselves to hit the establishment where it hurts. Which seems to be everywhere…