Bill O’Reilly Proves that Major Media Outlets are Biased

President Donald Trump has always been patient with biased media despite their efforts to sabotage him. This vocal war lasts for years, but 2016 was definitely the worse. Liberal reporters use every opportunity to bash the President, and it’s getting worse.

President Trump has long warned about the real “enemy of people.” Fake news destroy every step the President makes, and President Trump always expressed the importance of fair press. But, having a fair press seems almost impossible if you take into consideration the latest events.

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly spoke about the matter with Democrat political commentator Mary Anne Marsh. He asked her to name at least five conservatives on the five biggest news outlets. “Face the Nation” host John Dickerson is the first Marsh thought of. O’Reilly approved her choice, but also commented that Dickerson is more like a “conservative presence.”

Then, Marsh named Robert Costa from Washington Post. O’Reilly added that he’s just a contributor, and can’t be considered as a constant “presence.”

O’Reilly couldn’t handle it when Marsh named ABC White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Marsh couldn’t think of any conservative from CNN and MSNBC. She tried to name “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough, but O’Reilly was definitely dissatisfied with her choice. O’Reilly commented how the same would apply to The New York Times and The Washington Post, adding that she’d “stammer and stutter too.” He managed to prove that major news outlets are biased. That doesn’t shock us, of course.

It’s impossible to turn CNN and MSNBC into something that resembles Fox News, but these networks can at least allow conservatives and Republicans speak their mind during their program. Professional journalism should involve both sides of a story. We can only hope that this will happen in near future.

What do you think about this? Did O’Reilly made a valid point?

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