Is the main-stream media honest?
Is the main-stream media (FOX, CNN. MSNBC, and the local channels) leaving out crucial information from their reporting, while filling the time with pointless side-issues instead?
In 1995 the US Supreme Court ruled that Television News Stations were NOT required to tell the public the truth. So the answer to your question is not only NO, but Hell No!
Not one TV Station in America covered the story.
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 a hurricane the size of Katrina, Hurricane Erin was 70 miles off the coast of Long Island and only one TV News Station ( in Ohio ) reported it to the public, why?
In the 2000 Presidential Election there were thousands of reported cases of voting fraud Nationwide and not one TV Station reported it.
I could fill up this whole page with case after case of TV News Stations spreading disinformation, fraudulent videos and outright lies, but what is the point, if I can locate this information anyone can.
So No, the mainstream media is lying to you and doing your thinking for you.
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