A recent poll reveals that most Americans have noticed a sharp discrepancy in how the establishment media has questioned President Biden’s administration compared to that of former President Trump.
The lead question in the survey, conducted by Rasmussen Reports, read as follows, “Are the news media more aggressive or less aggressive in questioning President Biden than they were in questioning President Trump?”
Of the 1,000 respondents, only 13% said the media is more aggressive with Biden than with Trump. While 55% said the media has been “less aggressive” with the new president. The difference is split between the undecided and those who consider that nothing has changed.
Among the Republicans polled, 77% believe that the media now has a more relaxed and less aggressive attitude toward the new president.
The new White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, has been criticized by the conservative media because of her not answering certain basic questions.
Psaki also came under fire when it emerged that President Biden’s communications staff has been probing reporters to find out what questions they plan to ask the new White House press secretary during briefings.
The new presidential communications team’s actions generated concern among the few journalists who have access to the White House conference room.
However, this attitude did not bother the hegemonic media journalists that today function as President Biden’s propaganda apparatus. Despite the controversy of the matter, it was not reported as such in the mainstream media.
During the four years of Trump’s presidency, he had to fight against the big media corporations that repeatedly tried to impose narratives against every administration policy. And for the most part, they operated with absolute complicity in not reporting corruption cases that tainted members of the Democratic party or left-wing supporters.
A study survey of 1,750 voters published by the Media Research Center states that 1 in 6 Biden voters would have changed their vote if the mass media had not withheld information about Biden family corruption until after the election.
Media Research Center concluded that if that figure had been applied nationally, it would have changed 17% of the vote, and Trump would have won the election much more easily.