How "Liberal" Media Helps The GOP With It's Fake Healthcare (More Examples Of The Corporate Media's Coverups)
How Media Silence Helps With Right Wing Hate: The Laura Ingraham Example Of Explaining Away A Hate Crime Against A Young Muslim Girl
Talking About The Healthcare Bill Or ANY GOP Policy WITHOUT The Context Of The Koch Brothers Pulling The Strings Is Disingenuous At Best
If you watch corporate news then you know that the latest GOP Corporate bill will leave 23 million Americans without health insurance. What you don't know is that 28,600 of those 23 million are expected to die. The word "death" is left out of "mainstream/liberal" coverage of the GOP bill while it was a dominate talking point for the GOP just a few years ago when they were lying. Clearly, the GOP can lie and get away with it while the "left" can't even get away with the truth (could GOP"conservative" people on the corporate news boards be affecting news presentation in a way that leaves more Americans unsafe and dead?).
So far only Democracy now has stated facts of the healthcare bill. i.e. Its a real life GOP death panel bill condemning approximately 28,600 Americans to death;
News reports outlining what's really going on healthcare and the stuff GOP's media is leaving out or being silent about (like they did with Iraq) to create a possibility for the GOP to succeed at thier murder, death, kill policies, again...
Chuck Todd silent as Sen. John Cornyn repeatedly lies about Republican bill gutting health care Cornyn misleads about GOP bill’s effects, Republicans’ record on sabotaging the health insurance market, and Democrats’ willingness to offer improvements
CNN is paying Stephen Moore to lie to its viewers about health care If you're going to give Moore air time, at least fact-check him
Chris Hayes details how conservative media buried GOP's health care failure
CHRIS HAYES (HOST): Today it was big news in the country that the health care bill by the Senate was pulled, that's like sort of lead worthy news of any outlet that covers politics, liberal, conservative, anywhere in between. And I went over to Drudge, and there was nothing about that, it was about CNN. I went over to FoxNews.com and it was Barack Obama is taking too many fancy vacations. I went over to Breitbart, it was also about Jeff Zucker and the media. And it just seems striking to me, I don't think it's a coincidence right, that these two things are happening at the same time.
Right-wing media bury stories on Senate GOP delaying vote that would gut American health care
Fox host lets Gov. Scott Walker falsely state that “28 million Americans will lose” health insurance if Obamacare stays - 28 million is the current number of uninsured people, and the CBO projects it would remain stable. Under GOP Senate plan, 49 million would be uninsured.