The broadcast and print media shamefully make no bones about their leftist alliance. They think that people have to just accept their reporting as the gospel truth.
Most of their articles are either flavored, made up, distorted or omitted in order to enhance the advancement of their agenda, or to mask the encouraging results of the other side. And, according to the book “Culture Warrior,” it is interesting that of the major media journalists, 20 percent (mostly Democrats) are atheist, which is more than the general-population average (9 percent).
What happened to the media’s integrity (Paul Harvey), honesty and dignity? Their aims seem to be purposeful only to their cause, enjoying their power to persuade and influence the country.
But with influence comes consequences. Society and the nation’s culture are changing. People are struggling and experiencing the reverse of a change and the hope that was promised. The public has become tearfully demoralized.
Even the American Civil Liberties Union, which is gaming the legal system, admits that the news is tilting to the left. Broadcast media and the press are playing their fiddles while the country is being misinformed and disunited.
That kind of reporting is degenerating and distorting the culture of a society that thinks it can rely on the truth.
To think that the media are supporting the left’s agenda, pointing to a looser way of life, is not only disgraceful, but absurd.
Neil Bourgoin, Jay