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Yes, the media ate it up. They practically stumbled over each other to portray themselves as victims of police aggression and paint themselves as courageous heroes. I bet they ran TOWARD the tear gas and made sure their cameraman were following.
Now, for clarity, I am talking about the news shows, not the talking head pundits on FNC.
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How could they not objectively report on this as most of them were smack dab in the middle of it and they were reporting on what you could see with your own eyes. A stupid partisan thread.
I think the major press is probably failing to objectively cover almost everything it reports on.
'What kind of sick and twisted toy factory is this?'
'We are all the sum of our tears. Too little and the ground is not fertile, and nothing can grow there. Too much, the best of us is washed away.'
"Better to be dead and cool, than alive and uncool."
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We're now in a partisan news media era. It actually is kind of Fox's fault. Before Fox, liberal media had a monopoly on information. With Fox, people can see the bias in the msm. This resulted in a ratings war and the current environment we now have. Fox is the ratings king in cable news and the other outlets are fighting a war with them forcing them to be more partisan. It's Fox vs not-fox and CNN, MsNBC and the networks bend over backwards to be not Fox.
Fox has been multi-dimensional about the story, bringing in both sides, and also reporting on the hideous behavior of the looters.
MSNBC has been a little in the middle, mostly tipping to the "bad cop" angle but with less obsession than CNN.
At least you can turn on Fox or MSNBC and get news that doesn't involve this story.