MANUEL: THE US MEDIA WANTS TO DICTATE WHO WINS.
The US media is using an adaptation of the fearsome Goebbels’ principle from the Third Reich: If a lie is repeated enough times from different mouthpieces, it becomes the only truth.
That is what the US media is doing today, several hundred articles and bogus news items manufactured daily, conspiring in concert to do a positive spin for Clinton and negative spin on anything Trump, family, and employees.
Instead of real issues and real news, they recycle bogus stories of how Trump is a leader of the Alt Right (?), Trump has a new set of enemies, new faux pas, more Republicans leaving the ship, new trait to hate, and dropping in the polls, 24/7 ad nauseam.
Now, there is an article claiming that Clinton is being rated on a harsher standard. Clinton and her campaign has more than 80% of the US media glorifying her polls, the mega-millions she is raising in contribution, how hundreds of billionaires are supporting her campaign, ad nauseam.
Clinton could commit aggravated felonies and the media will say it was the victim’s fault.
The US media gives a pass to Clinton by concocting excuses or saying her staff did it, she was unaware of it, she did not make the decision, she did not have the intent, or just not covering any bad news about Clinton.
On the other hand, the US media jumps on anything they think falls right in with their preconceived and preplanned narrative to beat Trump. It seems like a badge of honor for the lemming journalists to see if they can concoct the ugliest, most hateful caricature of Trump.
Instead of talking about the meaty issues such as handling terrorism with practical and workable vetting procedures, pragmatic and fair foreign policy, paying the US debt, solving budget deficits, solving trade deficits, creating jobs for those who want to work, we get bogged down with tabloid fodder and personal hate vitriol disguised as unbiased pieces.
THE US MEDIA IS NOT ONLY BIASED, BUT IT NOW WANTS TO DICTATE TO US WHO SHOULD WIN.
Please, let the voters decide. We need to hear the debate on the issues, not your prejudiced conclusions and conspiracy theories.