Most journalists really are doing their best to treat both parties fairly. But they often wrongly equate balance with the midpoint between the two parties’ ideologies — which leads to a frequent bias against Sanders and Warren, writes @DLeonhardt. https://t.co/GaotzdR8pi
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) December 23, 2019
On a planet called bizarre fake news.
As we told you earlier, CNBC’s John Harwood expanded on a point made by CNN’s Brian Stelter, and explained that the challenge of remaining an objective journalist is not to come right out and say how awful and decrepit the Republican Party has become. Harwood didn’t use those exact words, but that’s pretty much what was said.
Not to be outdone, a New York Times op-ed writer has actually admitted media bias exists, but here’s who it supposedly hits hardest: