Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock, you realize the mainstream media is incredibly biased when it comes to promoting regressive politics and candidates.
With the election around the corner, both blatant and subtle instances of bias should continue to be called out – at ever turn.
Which brings us to two glaring incidences revolving around the nation’s latest controversies.
While pundits pontificate over 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s defiant sit-down during the national anthem before a football game Friday night, they’ve conveniently neglected to mention the football player’s heavy criticism of Hillary Clinton.
Sure, we’ve all been told that Kaepernick thinks Donald Trump is “openly racist,” but Hillary?
No! Say it isn’t so.
— Winston (@Johndaveis) August 29, 2016
“I mean we have a presidential candidate who’s deleted emails, and done things illegally,” Kaepernick told the press. “That doesn’t make sense to me. If it was any other person, you’d be in prison. So… what is this country really standing for?”
Huh, most of haven’t heard that. Not that it would change any true Patriot’s mind about him sitting out the national anthem, but it might get a few on the Left to thinking.
Stuart Varney and Herman Cain took on the bias head on.
— TRUMPCAT (@Darren32895836) August 29, 2016
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