Corporate Media

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Corporate Media
Hoaxing Media
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Here is a list of examples of how the media plays tricks on you

"16. Hillary cheated in debates: DNC head Donna Brazile caught giving MULTIPLE debate questions to Hillary"
"24. Rigging media polls through oversampling"
"35. List of reporters that Hillary wined and dined, including biggest journalists and pundits of CNN, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, NY Times, and a lot more. Off the record."
"50. Big media collusion email, working with reporters" 
"64. Entire “interview” with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes is staged, reading word-for-word"
"71. NBC colluded with the Clinton campaign"
"​81. The AP colluding with the Hillary campaign"
"86. Journalist talks strategy with Clinton staff and asks for permission to write article"
"94. John Oliver caught colluding with Hillary’s campaign"
"95. Politico’s Glenn Thrush colluding with Hillary’s campaign, admits to being a hack"
"97. ‘The Huffington Post’ colluded with Hillary"

Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash
Of all the donations from journalists, 96 percent went to Hillary Clinton.

John Oliver Hypnosis
Pacing and conditioning the audience.

Hypnotist Scott Adams
"Clinton’s team of cognitive scientists and professional persuaders did a terrific job of framing Trump as scary. The illusion will wear off – albeit slowly – as you observe Trump going about the job of President and taking it seriously."

90% of Media is Owned by 6 Companies
Do you think you have freedom of choice? Are Pepsi and Coke really that different? 

The Left Has Lost the Art of the Argument

Democrats, Trump, and the Ongoing, Dangerous Refusal to Learn the Lesson of Brexit
"To begin with, one must confront the fact that not only was Barack Obama elected twice, but he is poised to leave office as a highly popular president: now viewed more positively than Reagan. America wasn’t any less racist and xenophobic in 2008 and 2012 than it is now."

How trust can be broken, and the decline of confidence in the press
Only 6% polled had "A great deal of confidence" in the press

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