A recent study shows a staggering 77 percent of news coverage of Donald Trump during the general election was negative, which outweighed negative coverage of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton by 13 percent.
Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy released a study Wednesday comparing news coverage of Trump and Clinton during the general election, and the results show The Donald was correct to question the media’s biased reporting.
The study – gleaned from reports by ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox, the Los Angeles Times, NBC, The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post – showed that news coverage of Trump after the primaries was 77 percent negative and 23 percent positive. For Clinton, the figures were 36 percent positive and 64 percent negative.
Some people are so consumed with hatred for Donald Trump they’ll do anything and say anything to tear him down.
Even if it results in reporting fake news.
Vanity Fair contributing editor and Newsweek senior writer Kurt Eichenwald took to Twitter on Thursday night to smear Trump supporters, claiming they “booed John Glenn when Trump mentioned his name at today’s rally” in Des Moines, Iowa.
A 94-year-old World War II veteran returning home from the store was followed into her garage and beaten for her purse, Chicago police say.
Navy veteran Josephine Regnier was attacked by a man at her Garfield Ridge home on Wednesday, and he fled in a stolen SUV, West Side Patch reports.
The woman “suffered three fractured ribs, a black eye, a possible concussion and other injuries and is in serious but stable condition” at the Edwards Hines Jr. Veterans Administration Hospital.
The attack occurred in broad daylight at 11:50 a.m. on December 7th.
“This man just came in the gangway and assaulted her, beat the s— out of her, took her purse and ran,” the woman’s daughter, Judy Dusk, tells ABC 7.
Villa Rosa Pizza posted security camera video of the suspect.
Help Us Catch This Thief Who Assaulted a 94 year old ladyAt approximately 11:45 am this morning, this man stole a car and then assaulted a 94-year-old woman in her home near 51st and Long. He also stole her purse. Please help us and the CPD by getting his image out. If anyone has any information, please contact the 8th District Police Department 312-747-8730.
An illegal alien who has been deported eight times has been indicted in a hit-and-run crash that killed two women in Kentucky.
Miguel Angel Villasenor-Saucedo was “charged this week by grand jury indictment with Illegal Re-entry After Deportation,” according to a press release from United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.
Miguel Angel Villasenor-Saucedo, 40, residing in Louisville, Kentucky, is a citizen of Mexico who on October 22, 2016 was found to be illegally present in the United States after having been deported from the United States on May 13, 2013.
This case arose when Villasenor-Saucedo was found to be involved in a fatal hit and run accident that occurred on October 22, 2016 at Outer Loop and Grade Lane in Louisville, Kentucky. Two women were killed during this accident and Villasenor-Saucedo is alleged to be the driver of the truck that caused the deaths of these two women. Villasenor-Saucedo fled the scene and LMPD Officers later obtained a Criminal Complaint from Jefferson County District Court charging Villasenor-Saucedo with Leaving the Scene of a Fatal Hit and Run Accident. A warrant has been issued for Villasenor-Saucedo’s arrest.
After seven days of recounting ballots in Wisconsin, the effort is proving to be a huge waste of time and money.
With about 70 percent of ballots recounted, “not including the City of Milwaukee, Clinton/Kaine have gained 82 more votes than Trump/Pence, but still trail,” according to the Wisconsin Election Commission.
That means instead of Trump/Pence winning the state by 22,177, they only really won by 22,095.
The recount was initiated by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who paid $3.5 million in donated money to make it happen. Through Tuesday, Stein had picked up a total of 60 votes. In other words, those votes cost about $58,000 each through day seven, though the figure could go down some if Stein picks up a few more votes before next week’s deadline.
The recount is on schedule to finish by the Monday deadline for local officials and the Tuesday deadline for the state, with 34 of Wisconsin’s 72 counties and the city of Milwaukee already finished, according to the state commission and Milwaukee Election Commission executive director Neil Albrecht. Some of the state’s biggest counties, including Dane and Brown, are still counting by hand or machine, however.
The Comedy Central host, who was born in South Africa and came to the United States in 2011, wants to change the U.S. Constitution to repeal the Electoral College because Hillary Clinton lost the election for president.
Noah — who’s lived in America for a whole half-decade — spent a large part of Wednesday’s show demanding an end to the way our country elects a president.
Is it possible Jill Stein’s recount will actually catch big city Democrat Machine vote fraud?
Check out this first-hand account from an observer who said he was watching the recount in downtown Detroit.
Conservative activist Ken Crider wrote on Facebook:
Penny Crider and I just got back from helping watch the recount at Cobo Hall in Detroit. On Nov. 8th (election day) the election officials at 8:00 pm shut down the polls. They then reconciled the differences from the machine count and the voter count on the computer. At this point a Metal tag/seal with a serial number is put on the box and the box was taken away.
Penny’s precinct, Detroit Precinct #152 had an unbroken seal and everything looked proper. The tag on the box said 306 and the book said 306 and the ticket said 306, so there should be 306 paper ballots on the box, right. Well when they pulled out the ballots the stack seemed short and when they finished separating the two page ballot to count the Presidential page only guess how many ballots were in the box? 304 no, 299 nope, 200 nada, how about 100 wrong again. There were only exactly 50 paper ballots in a locked sealed box that again was supposed to have 306.
Did a Navy commander zing America-hating Colin Kapernick during the 75th anniversary ceremony at Pearl Harbor?
During a remembrance event for those who served and died during the attacks by Japan in 1941, Admiral Harry B. Harris, Jr. noted, “You can bet that the men and women that we honor today and those that died that fateful morning 75 years ago never took a knee and never failed to stand when they heard our National Anthem being played.”