The Green Party candidate for President this year, Dr. Jill Stein, is slamming ‘Corporate Media’ and highlighting the media bias seen this year in her own discussion with voters on social media.
Dr. Stein has been asking pointed questions and making clear statements over news and revelations that “corporate media” has a collective willingness to “prop up Hillary [Clinton] and smear her opponents.”
Stein is asking the American voter to consider an important question this year, before the November general election:
“Why does the corporate media prop up Hillary and smear her opponents? Because they’re huge donors to her foundation?”
Here is her tweet slamming media bias with a link to a Politico story covering the information that may be upsetting many voters.
Why does the corporate media prop up Hillary and smear her opponents? Because they’re huge donors to her foundation. https://t.co/GXHuMB5Wl4
— Dr. Jill Stein (@DrJillStein) October 15, 2016
But other voices have been slamming the media as well for bias. A pollster and analyst was recently quoted by writer Dan Riehl from an interview done on SiriusXM for Breitbart News Daily.
The pollster, Pat Caddell, spoke about media “control” of American politics and the public’s “right to know” about events and candidates to make a decision on just who should succeed President Barack Obama and be sworn into the Office of the President.
“They will have executed, on behalf of the political establishment … basically a coup d’état, as somebody else has used that term, against the people, against the country. Democracy is supposed to belong to the people.”
As most news reporters should realize, people are looking to be informed on things such as candidates seeking high office in an election year.
They have taken to other forms of political exchange and topics on social media, not hearing what they need to know on events surrounding the coverage of the Clinton Foundation, the FBI and State Department issues and possible “quid pro quo” offering and the continuing “mishandling” of classified information by former Secretary of State in the Obama Administration Hillary Clinton. Clinton, who has misplaced 13 mobile devices and who has told agents at the FBI that she has trouble remembering important things because of her medical issues since 2012, reported previously on here at the Inquisitr.
Monday night, thanks to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and a WikiLeaks email dump, it turns out Clinton’s campaign people are also concerned about the candidate’s “head” issues per the story at Inquisitr.
Dr. Stein slamming the corporate media bias for all things Clinton and smearing rivals is a real problem in America, as voters going to the polls should consider before using their one vote to put a new leader into the Office of the President.
Over a dozen big media organizations have given money to the Clinton Foundation “in recent years,” report the writers of the story after reviewing the foundation’s records. Josh Gerstein, Tarini Parti, Hadas Gold and Dylan Byers of Politico have reported the problem this election season.
“NBC Universal, News Corporation, Turner Broadcasting and Thomson Reuters are among more than a dozen media organizations that have made charitable contributions to the Clinton Foundation….”
And there are more named entities giving money to the Clintons. These are organizations which must report important news about the candidates and the election, the journalists state in their story.
“Both [Carlos Slim, the Mexican telecom magnate] Slim and [James Murdoch, the chief operating officer of 21st Century Fox] Murdoch have given between $1 million to $5 million, respectively.”
Another tweet highlights the concerns about the issue and underscores Dr. Stein’s slam against corporate media shilling for Clinton.
— DeplorabElla (@Ella_Boo_Bella) October 25, 2016
Dr. Jill Stein is also running for the Office of the President this year. Keep in mind the Green Party’s concerns and warnings this month as she continues slamming corporate media bias.
— Dr. Jill Stein (@DrJillStein) October 14, 2016
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