Robert Arvay fires away from his platform at American Thinker:
I know, I know -- there comes a time when we are supposed to stop complaining about bias in the news. It is akin to complaining about the weather, about which we can do nothing. Donald Trump is proving otherwise. If liberals can claim that they can stop global warming, then we may justly claim that Trump can stop the global pollution the MoP spews out so continually that many of us have gotten used to it.
In previous years, conservatives were ridiculed for "blaming the press." We were compared to the student who claimed that "the dog ate my homework." No more. This election cycle, the dog did its best and choked to death. While the Russians are blamed for "hacking Hillary," the MoP was hacking Trump, but not with facts -- with fake news.
"Trump is taking the fight to CNN and, by extension, to all the other alphabet agencies that have mocked and vilified him, while they were openly siding with Hillary Clinton and her crooked cohorts," Arvay continues. "Instead of the New York Times informing us, it saw its duty as being to dis-inform us, to dissuade us from voting for Trump -- but the more mud the MoP threw toward him, the muddier they themselves became. . . ."
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