President Donald Trump blew off some steam over the long Memorial Day weekend with a little golf outing.
And despite former President Barack Obama golfing seven out of eight Memorial Day weekends during his presidency, the liberal hypocrite media criticized President Trump for doing the same this past Sunday.
But amid the glaring hypocrisy by Obama’s corrupt deep state media, President Trump is about to implement a great idea to combat anti-conservative bias.
A story over Memorial Day weekend perfectly encapsulates the mainstream media’s hypocrisy during President Donald Trump’s tenure thus far.
Amid the global headache the Chinese-spread coronavirus has caused, President Trump escaped to his golf course in Virginia for a much-deserved rest and relaxation while he played his beloved sport.
The mainstream media’s response was to manipulate the optics of playing golf during a pandemic where people are rapidly losing their lives to an invisible unmanageable threat.
They viciously dragged President Trump, but he responded aptly by tweeting, “Some stories about the fact that in order to get outside and perhaps, even a little exercise, I played golf over the weekend. The Fake & Totally Corrupt News makes it sound like a mortal sin – I knew this would happen!”
Even worse, in total recency bias fashion, the mainstream media neglected to add a caveat to their manipulation of this story which is that former President Barack Obama golfed seven out of eight Memorial Day weekends during both terms.
It’s almost as if the reason for lying by omission is because there is an anti-conservatism problem plaguing not just the media right now, but rampant nearly every industry. The media is just the most prominent because it literally has a face – the face of a morally bankrupt liberal journalist.
But President Trump’s administration has a great plan to combat Obama’s deep state anti-conservatism by setting up a panel to identify cases of that bias from the four major technology companies, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
In a comment to the Wall Street Journal, a White House official appeared to confirm that tech bias was being prioritized by the administration, saying “Left-wing bias in the tech world is a concern that definitely needs to be addressed from our vantage point, and at least exposed [so] that Americans have clear eyes about what we’re dealing with.”
The Wall Street Journal article noted, “President Trump is considering establishing a panel to review complaints of anticonservative bias on social media, according to people familiar with the matter, in a move that would likely draw pushback from technology companies and others. The plans are still under discussion but could include the establishment of a White House-created commission that would examine allegations of online bias and censorship, these people said. The administration could also encourage similar reviews by federal regulatory agencies, such as the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Election Commission, they said.”
This is gravely needed to combat the media and the internet’s obvious liberal bias before it becomes an infection that ravages the body from the inside out. The media’s obsession with demonizing President Trump has toxified the media’s credibility forever.
Of course, all four of the major tech companies denied any allegations of anti-conservatism.
A Twitter representative said the site enforces its rules “impartially for all users.” A Facebook representative said that “people on both sides of the aisle disagree with some of the positions we’ve taken.” A Google spokesperson said the company builds its products “without any regard for political viewpoint.”
We all know words ring hollow when hypocrites say them. There is no impartiality; only narrative bias weaving. It’s high time we created a necessary system of checks and balances for those who control how information is spread.
There is too much power there to force anti-conservatism on its users. Something needs to be done about this and the Trump administration is on the right track.