Reuters reported Oct. 10 that the liberal media’s darling, Democrat Hillary Clinton, has a 95 percent chance of winning the election against Republican Donald Trump, which reflects the 95 percent favoritism toward Clinton in stories by the liberal Associated Press, and happily printed by 1,000 U.S. newspapers.
So, what are the odds that AP’s favorite Democrats will win again every four years until socialism trounces the United States and the world? Ninety-five percent. What is the one constant in this downfall of democracy? The liberal/socialist AP is the main source of data for 200 million daily readers in the United States in a virtual monopoly, with many of those readers basing their votes on the liberal “news” stories, thus throwing elections.
Is there any effort by journalism or the readers to change or publicize this total control by the Democrat/socialist AP in its effort to push democracy into socialism? No. Why? Journalism doesn’t seem to report against itself, and the readers aren’t aware of what’s taking place.
So, what’s going to happen in four years? Clinton’s going to be re-elected thanks to 1,000 fawning AP stories, which the readers, who financially support the newspapers and AP, won’t notice or complain about it. It’s a vacuum of knowledge. How did democracy last this long under the rule of AP and journalism, and with the mind-set of the readers?
Sure, democracy has lost this election and the previous two with hundreds of liberal AP-controlled, pro-Democrat stories. But what about the next one in four years? What are newspapers and their readers doing to wrest control of the data from the Democrat/socialist AP, or at least expose this complete sham masquerading as journalism?