MRC’s Tim Graham: Media’s ‘Hatred and Loathing’ More Obvious than Ever Before

By Craig Bannister | June 7, 2019 | 4:08pm EDT

Liberal media lead with their hatred of President Donald Trump, instead of with the facts of a story, Media Research Center (MRC) Director of Media Analysis and NewsBusters Executive Editor Tim Graham said Friday in an interview on “Fox & Friends.”

Appearing to discuss Unmasked: Big Media's War Against Trump, a new book co-authored with MRC President Brent Bozell, Graham said that media’s hatefulness is much more apparent these days, now that liberal media have forsaken journalism for commentary:

“What's a lot easier to pick out today is the hatred and the loathing and the disgust. They seem to lead with that instead of leading with the facts.”

Instead of being told what to think, Americans simply want media to truthfully tell them what happened, Graham added:

“We want reporters to tell us what happened today. What did politicians say today? And I would even like them to say what politicians said in public instead of always what they said behind the scenes.”

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