The mainstream media loves to attack Trump and conservatives.
In the current era, that’s all they do.
And they just did one thing to prove they work for the Abortion Lobby.
Planned Parenthood is the largest provider of abortion in America.
But with millions of Americans standing against them, they should be considered controversial in the mainstream media.
Instead, the media paints them as reasonable, and their opponents as “fringe extremists.”
This is plainly seen through their coverage of abortion legislation.
Following the passage of any pro-life bill, like the recent ones in Alabama and Georgia, the media spends the entire day blasting it as “extreme” and “restrictive.”
But when it is a pro-abortion bill, they remain silent or heap praise at any passing mention of the laws.
Just look at the passage of Illinois’ extreme abortion law, which is much more radical than the recent law passed in New York to allow abortion up to the moment of birth.
The media was silent, with none of the major broadcast networks even mentioning it.
On Wednesday, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker signed into law a new abortion bill that is being called more radical than New York’s law that was passed in January.
So far none of the broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) have reported on the Illinois law that – among other things – does away with that state’s ban on partial birth abortions.
This continues the broadcast network news trend to ignore passage of far-left abortion legislation while depicting state laws meant to protect the rights of the unborn as “extreme.”
From the morning of May 7 (when Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed the Life Act into law) through the morning of June 13 (the day after Illinois’s law was signed), the Big Three networks filled their evening and morning shows with 3 hours, 20 minutes of coverage often including loaded language depicting these new pro-life laws as “extreme” and “restrictive” attacks on women’s rights – as opposed to “protective” of the rights of the unborn.
This is how the media supports the Abortion Lobby.
They paint those who oppose abortion as extreme, and then ignore any abortion legislation that any reasonable person would actually consider extreme.
Late term abortion is a barbaric practice the vast majority of Americans oppose.
So mentioning it on TV only hurts Planned Parenthood, whose employees the media often brings on as “experts” on the issue.
Do you think the media is in the pocket of the Abortion Lobby?
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