Fed-up Kirstie Alley RIPS transparently biased CNN reporter: You hate Trump, just report that!

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It appears that Hollywood star and proud Trump supporter Kirstie Alley wishes that the biased, pretentious “reporters” who work for CNN would just up and admit already that they hate President Donald Trump.

Flashback to when the president held a maskless photo op outside the White House after his discharge from Walter Reed Medical Center this past Monday.

As previously reported, so-called “journalists” began bellyaching, because God forbid the president not wearing a mask while standing outside, and by himself.

What was not reported at the time was Alley’s ferocious response specifically to infamously hypocritical CNN “journalist” Kaitlan Collins.

Collins had been among the “journalists” who’d whined over Trump’s photo-op.

“Only days into his diagnosis, the first thing President Trump does when he gets back to the White House is take his mask off,” she’d tweeted in apparent exasperation.

In response, Alley wrote this (*Language warning):

The keywords were this: “You hate him. Just report that.”

Fact-check: VERY LIKELY TRUE.

In a follow-up tweet about an hour later, Alley mocked members of the demonstrably anti-Trump media for having “failed” to”destroy” the president.

Look:

The media of course deny their bias, but the evidence is so glaring. Just take the media’s response to the 2020 vice presidential debate.

As of Thursday morning, only hours after the debate’s conclusion, incumbent Vice President Mike Pence had already been smeared as “flaccid” & “limp and lame,” while Democrat VP nominee Sen. Kamala Harris had been praised as “spicy” and “deft.”

The narrative is always the same: Anything related to Trump and Republicans, in general, is bad, while anything related to the opposition party is good.

And so when North Carolina Senate candidate Cal Cunningham’s extramarital affairs were exposed this week, the media framed HIS scandal as an issue of Republicans having “seized” on the matter, as if they were the ones at fault.

Observe:

The “reporting” is virtually always like this, but this isn’t journalism. It’s anti-Trump Democrat Party activism and propaganda hidden underneath the facade of so-called “fair and unbiased journalism.”

Alley isn’t the first critic to urge the media to come clean already. Around the time the coronavirus pandemic emerged last spring, conservative radio show host Howie Carr’s executive producer, Grace Curley, issued the same plea.

“I don’t expect the truth when the New York Times half-quotes the President’s coronavirus conference calls. I don’t expect the truth when Chuck Todd rants about how the President is privately reacting to the pandemic,” she wrote.

“I don’t expect the truth when Brian Stelter fact-checks the President’s ‘false’ hope. But for the sake of our sanity, please be truthful about one fact. A fact that is so painfully obvious that it feels ridiculous and insulting to ignore it. The mainstream media want nothing more than to watch Trump crash and burn. The majority of Americans have accepted this. Fake News — it is time you do the same.”

Here’s a perfect example of the fake news peddled by “journalists”: (** Language warning)

Not included in either the tweet or in any follow-ups by Darcy was context.

But Darcy clearly doesn’t care because he doesn’t have to care. The system is set up so that far-left “journalists” may lie and conspiracy theorize without consequence.

It’s ironic considering that subscribers to the QAnon conspiracy theory have been banned from mainstream social media networks because of pressure from these same ever-so allegedly esteemed “journalists.”

Yet as noted by Rolling Stone magazine contributing editor Matt Taibbi in a blog post this week, this same media have no qualms about lying through their teeth so long as their lies and BS somehow hurts America’s duly elected president.

“‘Reputable’ news sources tend not to get dinged for the same behavior as small accounts, even when they’re running transparent conspiratorial gibberish. Tales of Cuban sound weapons, killer Putin-dolphins, or a recent Washington Post warning that we are being targeted by a foreign campaign of ‘perception hacking,’ or ‘manipulating people into thinking they are being manipulated,’ represent just a few examples of Approved™ nonsense,” he wrote.

“With this new, non-transparent, private star-chamber type system, what content we do and do not see is now dependent upon upper-class intellectual fashions, and the whims of politicians, media employees, and executives at tech firms.”

In other words, it’s dependent on elites who, as Alley pointed out in her tweet Monday, refuse to admit their hate, let alone ever tell the truth.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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