The AP Wants To Categorize Criticism Of Journalists as ‘Hate Speech’ – Here’s The 411

The Media (D) doesn’t want you to criticize them anymore.

It doesn’t matter if they’re partisan hacks with only 7% identifying as Republican.

Just ignore the fact that they refused to report on Obama’s multiple scandals.

No worries that they are seemingly obsessed with President Trump’s non-scandals like ‘Russian collusion’ and an alleged consensual affair one time with a porn star.

Disregard the fact that the coverage of President Trump is still 90% negative.

It doesn’t even matter that Politico acknowledges that there is a Media Bubble and it’s pretty serious.

An Associated Press’s alarming title, ‘Hatred of journalists on the rise worldwide, watchdog says’ made it clear that we need to take action.

The freedom of the press is being threatened!

Citing the non-profit group, Reporters Without Borders, the article states that the media is no longer trusted. Of course, they singled out President Trump for calling out the Media (D) and his statements against ‘fake news’.

PARIS (AP) — Media watchdog Reporters Without Borders says hostility toward journalists is growing worldwide, often encouraged by political leaders — even in democratic countries…

…The group says many democratically elected leaders “no longer see the media as part of democracy’s essential underpinning,” singling out U.S. President Donald Trump for his media-bashing.

The article then called questioning journalists ‘hate speech’ — which is weird.

Generally, the nebulous invective of ‘hate speech’ is generally reserved for religious, ethnic, racial, or sexual orientation groups.

It says hate speech targeting journalists is amplified on social networks by government-friendly trolls in India, Russia and elsewhere.
Source: Yahoo News

The comments section was the really interesting part of the article.

Many said that President Trump is only saying the things that many Americans’ long-held beliefs about the media.

Heck, we don’t call them the Media (D) for nothing!

Others said that the problem is that journalists are deliberately trying to shape the news instead of simply reporting it in an unbiased, just-the-facts kind of way.

Here at Clash, we do commentary. We add our own flavor to the stories, and you know exactly what it’s going to be: and are a mosh pits of breaking news, edgy opinion, lots of attitude, and a call to action for God- and country-loving patriots. Yes, we love America’s founding documents and its Judeo-Christian worldview, and we will defend the aforementioned with an unapologetic zeal and an irreverent sense of humor.

The problem is, the Media (D) doesn’t reveal their biases.

If the comments on that Yahoo article are any indication, everyday Americans can see right through them.

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What Jim Acosta, Rachel Maddow and the Rest of The Media (D) STILL haven’t figured out yet is why we call them ‘Fake News’.

Let’s spell it out for them. In a shirt.

Because you know they won’t be able to figure it out on their own.

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There’s a ladies’ version

And a men’s version

The problem isn’t just the lies they tell…

It’s the truth they DON’T tell…

And the opinions laced right through them.

It’s propaganda:

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