PragerU: Why No One Trusts the Mainstream Media

Why do fewer and fewer Americans trust the mainstream media. Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, author of The Smear, explains.

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3 Responses to PragerU: Why No One Trusts the Mainstream Media

  1. joshua says:

    25 Things I Trust More than MSM:
    • A wolverine with a ‘pet me’ sign
    • A mixed drink made by Bill Cosby
    • A straight edge shave from a member of ISIS
    • An elevator ride with Ray Rice
    • A vast right wing conspiracy
    • Brian Williams’ memory
    • Pete Carroll coaching decisions
    • Elvis and Bigfoot sightings
    • Scientology and their belief that Xenu killed millions of aliens (Thetans) from around the universe by kidnapping them, bringing them to earth in golden DC-8 “space-planes” & blowing them up inside volcanoes with hydrogen bombs.
    • An IRS agent claiming they are only there to help
    • Gas Station sushi
    • Mexican tap water
    • The Browns going to the Super Bowl
    • A Nigerian inheritance email
    • A Muslim pilot alone in the cockpit
    • Islam being the religion of peace
    • Global warming, I mean global climate change, I mean…whatever
    • Iran with enriched Uranium
    • Steroid free professional wrestling
    • Tom Brady with game balls
    • An Afghan wearing a backpack
    • Paul is dead
    • Keeping my healthcare plan
    • Virgin sisters of Mexican street hustlers
    • Iraqi dinar appreciation

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  2. Lucille says:

    A woman of integrity, Attkisson nails it. She doesn’t telegraph her political views but simply presents her findings with no embellishments. Both conservatives and liberals likely think she is a Republican. I’d wager she is not; but you’ll never get an answer from her on that, and that’s how it should be for a journalist.

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