1. Media: How The "Left" Enables GOP Tyranny - The Southern Strategy By The GOP Created Modern Politics But They Continuously Get Away With It!
2. Media Uselessness Example: Corporate Media Gives Steve King A Pass On White Supremacism
3. Mainstream Media Is Markedly Pro-Right Wing Lies
This is a great example of how media doesn't cover context for racist stuff that's so embedded in the culture that even the "journalists" don't know about it (or won't talk about it so as to not appear rude... which is what I'm guessing the liberal Germans did with the Nazis).Of course, some will think its a conspiracy as it helps the enemies of the US, but that assumes a level of general knowledge that Americans simply do not have. The best explanation may be the simplest one. Journalists, and other professionals in media, are uneducated and uninformed and thus are unable to provide context for others when they have none for themselves. Its like getting news from middle school kids.
TRUMP'S POLL VICTORY OVER LINCOLN 12/2/2019 A miniature horse boards a plane as an emotional support animal, Londoners use odd weapons to fight off a terrorist, and GOP voters favor President Trump over Abraham Lincoln.
Highlights: News will tell you this poll that Republicans like Trump better than Lincoln (the Republican partys most famous President);
Synopsis: First notice that the Republicans think Trump was a better President than Lincoln. Then notice that Republicans today are Southerners who were actually Democrats during Lincolns time (i.e. Lincoln was a President of Northerners who opposed slavery, while Trump is a President of Southerners who supported slavery - see full explanation in article below). How can a culture that has supported racism and slavery see Lincoln as better than a President that actually stands for their cultural beliefs? This context is left out of media. Thus we are left with the level of news and information from mainstream media that corresponds the portrayal of news in the movie Idiocracy.
Part left out of the news (i.e. entire context ignored);
History.com: How the ‘Party of Lincoln’ Won Over the Once Democratic SouthDemocratic defectors, known as the “Dixiecrats,” started a switch to the Republican party in a movement that was later fueled by a so-called "Southern strategy."