Media Failed To Vet Trump Before, During & After His Presidential Announcement
The below NYT reporting (12/26/18) is yet another perfect example how main media failed to properly vet Donald Trump before, during and after he announced for the presidency. This information, and much more, easily could have been and should have been tracked back then.
Did a Queens Podiatrist Help Donald Trump Avoid Vietnam?
In the fall of 1968, Donald J. Trump received a timely diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels that led to his medical…
Trump also got off light when he used a fake veteran organization to promote his speech aboard the USS Iowa just prior to the Iowa Caucus.
Donald J. Trump = Fraud Using Veterans for Political Gain!
Investigative reporting counts in America. I recommend everyone do their own investigation into the relationship…
Notice the date when this came out! This couldn’t have been investigated before they made a big name out of him as a presidential contender?
Trump's bid for Sydney casino 30 years ago rejected due to 'mafia connections'
Cabinet documents reveal police warned NSW government about approving a 1986-87 plan to build city's first casino in…
Here’s what the media actually did do:
Michael Weddle Prophetic Facebook Post on November 13, 2015 at 12:42 PM
The ONLY sensible candidate running, among all of them, is Bernie Sanders. Not only has he aptly identified the…
Wikileaks documents exposed Hillary Clinton’s political operatives were meddling with the GOP primary by furthering “pied piper” candidates so she could easily win in the general election. Do you remember early in the campaign when Trump got nearly all of the publicity, Clinton the next most publicity and Ben Carson got an unusual share? This while a media blackout was imposed on Bernie Sanders?
How the Hillary Clinton campaign deliberately "elevated" Donald Trump with its "pied piper"…
Republican Donald Trump, a far-right demagogue who campaigned on a slew of bigoted, xenophobic policies, has won the…
Trump essentially got a free ride from the media on his mob connections, sexual exploitations, military service and overall lack of political qualification. In essence, both the media and the Clinton campaign enabled Trump to bill himself as a political outsider, thus causing him to break from the crowded pack of GOPwinger candidates.
The electorate — Independents, Democrats and Republicans alike — wanted an outsider to win the presidency. Barrack Obama was elected as an outsider, but he governed as an insider. The electorate was hungry for a candidate who would challenge big banking, big oil, big defense, big pharma, etc.
The Year of The Presidential Outsider: an Inside Baseball Viewpoint!
How can this be the presidential election year of the outsider and there exists no strong viable outsider third party…
I followed the 2016 presidential campaign daily. I was so into the election I placed #3 out of 220,000 contestants in CNN’s 2016 Political Prediction Market contest. I accomplished this without watching television or listening to NPR on the radio. My bronze medal is a consequence of my deep internet research, coupled with my former political experience having once served as a two-term state representative in New Hampshire.
CNN Political Prediction Market Contest: I Landed The Bronze Medal!
In CNN's Political Prediction Market (powered by the Pivit oddsmaking organization -- Vegas-like) I've now moved into…
I knew something wasn’t right with the 2016 election from the beginning, how Clinton was obviously being paginated to win on the Democratic side and it seemed very odd well-established Republican candidates, one by one, kept falling by the wayside not registering well enough in the polls. Remember, going into election day nearly all of the media was portraying Clinton as the inevitable victor over Trump. Perhaps the following helps to explain why:
Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash - Center for Public Integrity
New Yorker television critic Emily Nussbaum, a newly minted Pulitzer Prize winner, spent the Republican National…
This reporting by Bill Moyers.com pretty much tells the Bernie Sanders story:
>>>” As the presumed loser from the outset, Sanders didn’t get negative coverage so much as he got negligible coverage. An analysis by the TV News Archive of cable television coverage since January 2015 provides graphs of Clinton’s and Sanders’ mentions that look alike, save for one thing: Clinton was getting vastly more coverage than Sanders. How much more? On CNN, Clinton got more than 70,000 of the Democratic-candidate mentions, while Sanders got just under 42,000. On MSNBC, Clinton got more than 93,000 mentions to Sanders’ roughly 51,000. On Fox News, she got more than 71,000 mentions to his more than 28,000. The numbers are similar on the Lexis-Nexis database of newspapers. In the past 30 days, Clinton received 2,591 mentions, Sanders only 922. By comparison, Trump got 5,568.”<<<