The liberal Associated Press has taken the suspense out of who wins the 2016 presidential election, and why.
Democrat Hillary Clinton is the “who.” The “why” is because liberal AP will write more than 300 positive stories about fellow Democrat Clinton, and more than 300 negative stories about AP’s enemy, the Republican candidate, whoever it may be, for he or she will be portrayed by AP as incompetent.
Who said we’re still in a democracy, when the source of data about the candidates is totally false, and journalism allows this, for AP is a virtual monopoly? Who says there is an opposing party to the press? Notice the silence.
All of these AP stories will be printed as “news” and all of them actually will be liberal/Democrat propaganda, designed to persuade about 20 million undecided voters into voting Democrat, as happened the past two elections with AP’s “Mr. Perfect,” Democrat Barack Obama, the worst president in the history of the world. We already see that same slant in the “early results,” meaning the first AP articles.
In the most recent such stories about Republican Donald Trump (Oct. 26 and 29, and Nov. 1 and 4), I counted 39 negatives by AP and four positives. Meanwhile, for AP’s fellow Democrat, Hillary Clinton (Nov. 4), she had 12 positives and no negatives.
So, no change in journalism and no change in election results, meaning AP’s one-world socialism is right on schedule, with no obstacles. And you’re helping pay AP’s bills.
In two of the stories (Oct. 26 and Nov. 4), Trump is referred to by AP as a “billionaire.” In none of the liberal AP stories about Democrat Hillary Clinton are she and her husband Bill referred to as being worth one-quarter of a billion – $221 million – according to their own income tax filings, as noted by columnist Dick Morris.
With 215 million potential readers, it’s the only voice that counts in America, and it’s entirely bogus. So instead of the 1967 book 20 Million Careless Capitalists, about unconcerned stock owners, it’s “200 million careless readers of AP,” which is going to bring down democracy, right under their noses.
My attempts to call AP and ask its executives if its coverage is fair resulted in an impersonal voicemail that was ignored, both of which are appropriate.