Whether Donald Trump wins the Presidential election or not, one of his biggest contributions over the past four years was his exposure of the deceitfulness of the mainstream media. Everyone has heard the phrase “fake media.” When I was growing up, media did not join political parties and some refused to vote to maintain at least the appearance of impartiality. No more. Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, who hosted the first debate, is actually a registered Democrat. READ: Who Is Chris Wallace? Fox Anchor, a Registered Democrat, First Asked Trump About Presidential Ambitions in 1988 Nevertheless, it was a bit of a shock, that as the election was wearing on that the New York Times actually sent out a Tweet that it is the media who should be declaring the winner of the federal election. Fortunately, Breitbart captured it before it was deleted: Breitbart sums it up: The far-left New York Times published what can only be called a fascist tweet Tuesday that read, “The role of declaring the winner of a presidential election in …
While many in the mainstream media are downplaying the protests and riots happening across the US, those who are directly experiencing it are seeing them differently. Recently, the New York Times reported on a demonstration that took place in Portland, Oregon headlining the article by saying protestors are taking “a more confrontational approach.”
At the end of last night’s show, Tucker Carlson Tonight”, the popular Fox News host revealed that he had information that the New York Times was planning to reveal information about Tucker Carlson’s new home location.
New York Times Columnist Frank Bruni recently wrote an article stating Christian churches (including Evangelical and Roman Catholic) need to change their views and start embracing gays. He even suggests Christians should be forced to change their opinion on homosexuality. The article was sparked over failed efforts by Indiana to bring in religious freedom laws in that state. In his April 3, 2015 article entitled, Bigotry, the Bible and Lessons from Indiana, Bruni referred to a number of Church denominations that have already changed their minds on homosexuality and are performing same-sex marriages. He referred to them as “prominent denominations” but they are prominent in name only. What Bruni failed to mention is since these churches changed their views, their membership numbers have plummeted.