The Internet Never Forgets – Proof ‘News’ Outlets Are Colluding, Collaborating And Conspiring With The White House

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In an astounding example of blatant government control of portions of the U.S. media, a recent article in the New York Times exemplifies the lengths the Hell Stream Media will go to in order to protect Barack Obama from his own mistakes, but an underlying storyline should be even more concerning to those that think the media is in any way trying to really “inform” them of the truth.


The New York Times admitted that in a private meeting with jounalists Barack Obama admitted he didn’t quite understand the level of anxiety Americans were feeling after the ISIS terror attacks in Paris which killed 130 people, then the subsequent San Bernardino attack in California which killed 14, because he didn’t watch enough cable news.

In his meeting with the columnists, Mr. Obama indicated that he did not see enough cable television to fully appreciate the anxiety after the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, and made clear that he plans to step up his public arguments. Republicans were telling Americans that he is not doing anything when he is doing a lot, he said.

Others pounced on that remark which clearly shows Obama is disconnected from the people he was “selected” to represent as well as his complete total disregard of the dangers we face from terrorists on U.S. soil.

Side Note– It is noteworthy that cable news is not the only media that has reported on ISIS, as we see a recent report indicating that the ISIS conflict was the top story of 2015 according to the Associated Press’ annual poll of U.S. editors and news directors.

Among the 100 voters casting ballots, first-place votes were spread among 17 different stories. The Islamic State entry received 37 first-place votes and same-sex marriage 13. The No. 3 story — the deadly attacks in Paris in January and November — received 14 first-place votes.

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