Mainstream Media Asking Voters Not to Let Gas Prices Influence Vote

The conduct of the mainstream media has never been more shameful than it has been over the last two years.

We know they covered for Biden during the 2020 election cycle, hiding reports to help him beat Trump.

Now, they are doing the same thing for mid-term elections.

Bad Narrative

Journalists on numerous news outlets are warning voters not to let the price of gasoline influence your vote in November.

Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell claims it is s “wild fantasy” to believe that the GOP could lower gasoline prices.

She added, “The president does not have some super-secret special dial on his desk that can adjust gas prices, but many voters believe otherwise.”

On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Donny Deutsch is fearmongering, stating that our country will be “in peril” if Republicans are back at the helm.

MSNBC political analyst Matthew Dowd stated, “We have to tell the voters what the threat is just like we do, Joy, we tell them about inflation, and we tell them about job growth, and we tell them about a hurricane, and we tell them about tornadoes, and we tell them about wildfire, we have to treat this assault just like we have to tell them about the assault on democracy.”

This is not journalism; it is activism, plain and simple.

Fellow MSNBC host Tiffany Cross pushed the same narrative, stating, “Come this November, will voters be more concerned with saving money than saving democracy?”

It is rather ironic that the party trying to stick the Constitution in the shredder is warning American voters that the opposing party is the real threat.

The media can no longer be trusted in this country… it is as simple as that.

Source: Fox News


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