United States corporate media anti-Bernie Sanders bias

This video from the USA says about itself:

CNN Destroyed Over Their Lack Of Bernie Sanders Coverage

21 March 2016

DemocracyNow! host Amy Goodman told CNN’s Brian Stelter that his network and most other mainstream media were “manufacturing consent” for Donald Trump by giving him more airtime than other candidates

Read more here.

9 thoughts on “United States corporate media anti-Bernie Sanders bias

  1. We are on a path towards victory, and we took three more steps down that path last night with three YUGE wins in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington.

    We won each of those states with more than 68 percent of the vote, same as we did last week in Idaho, Utah, and Democrats Abroad. We are significantly shrinking Hillary Clinton’s lead, and we’re going to keep it up.

    You are the momentum for our campaign. When you vote, caucus, volunteer, or make a contribution, you are building our momentum. Every ballot, every phone call or door knocked, and every dollar moves us forward.

    We are only doing so well because millions of people want us to do well. No billionaires, no super PACs. Just you, Linda, and the rest of our political revolution.

    Make a $3 contribution to our campaign now to keep building our momentum before Wisconsin votes.

    When working people and young people, when people who have given up on the political process get involved, that’s how we win. They demand a government that represents them and not the 1 percent of our country. And if enough of us come together, they’ll get it.

    Right now we have the momentum. Momentum is having 14,000 people out in a rally in Salt Lake City about a week ago and 15,000 in Seattle on Monday night.

    Momentum is in election after election, winning an overwhelming percentage of young people who are participating in the democratic process.

    Momentum is having rallies and town meetings that have brought out more than one million people over the course of this campaign.

    What we are seeing is that the people of this country want to make it a better country. They are prepared to stand up and fight and take on the major crises that we face. They want an economy that works for all of us, not just wealthy campaign contributors. They want the United States of America to join every other major country and guarantee health care to all people as a right.

    Conservative, progressive, Republican, or Democrat — they are all embarrassed by a corrupt campaign finance system that allows billionaires to buy elections.

    And so they are fighting back, with almost 6 million contributions from nearly 2 million people, at an average of about $27 apiece.

    Make a contribution of $3 right now to continue to build our momentum so we can win the Democratic nomination, the White House, and take back our country from the billionaire class.

    I’m glad you are a part of this with me. Thank you.

    In solidarity,

    Bernie Sanders


  2. With six wins in our last seven contests, when everything is tallied we’ll have cut into Hillary Clinton’s lead by about 20 percent.

    Now we focus our attention on Wisconsin, a state Governor Scott Walker has turned into ground zero for the fight for workers’ rights, women’s rights, and voting rights. And a place where we are EXCRUCIATINGLY close to pulling off another shocking victory:

    Emerson Poll in Wisconsin (3/20 to 3/22)
    Clinton: 50%
    Sanders: 44%

    Make a $3 contribution to Bernie 2016 today and we are going to shock the world — once again — in Wisconsin. And when we do, we’ll be one step closer to victory in this primary.

    You better believe the Clinton campaign wants to stop us right here, right now in Wisconsin.

    Not many people expected us to respond to March 15th with a series of overwhelming victories. Most folks in the political establishment were hoping we’d go away.

    But our campaign is still here, and we are stronger than ever. We’re winning states, and we’re winning delegates. If we keep it up, we can win this nomination. But that will require all of us standing together, especially ahead of our critical FEC fundraising deadline this week:

    Contribute $3 to Bernie 2016 today, and we’re going to win Wisconsin.


    In every single state except Vermont, our campaign started way down in the polls. But once we’ve been able to get there and get organizing, we come back and either make it close, or we win. In Wisconsin, we’re going to win.

    In solidarity,

    Jeff Weaver
    Campaign Manager
    Bernie 2016


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