1) As the G7 Summit was taking place, networks like CNN and MSNBC, along with The New York Times, were running non-stop stories that attacked President Trump. So many of these stories weren't verified, they were just biased theories. They try to get away with telling false stories by using the same verbiage again and again and that is: "If this is true..." For example, they'll say something like: "My source says that Trump is a foreign agent, if this is true, he'll be impeached and go to prison." Since this is the way they practice journalism now, they can say anything they want and then add: "If this is true." I find it disgusting.
A recent story came out stating that Trump was lying about communications with the Chinese government regarding working towards a trade agreement. Of course they're working on a trade agreement. Who in the world would believe we aren't working with the Chinese government.
One story shared by the mainstream media, attempting to show Trump is crazy, stated he asked if a nuclear bomb could be used to stop a hurricane. Do you really believe that Trump seriously asked this question thinking it was a possibility? The media doesn't' even care anymore if people take them seriously.
A MSNBC contributor was on Rachael Maddow's show and stated that he had a source that said Trump had co-signers on a large loan of his, that were Russians. NBC made him apologize on air because the story wasn't verified and of course, absolutely absurd.
The problem is that during these summits important deals are made and Trump is busing negotiating on behalf of all Americans, the media is trying to hurt his effectiveness. Said another way, they're willing to propagate on behalf of the Democratic Party at the expense of you and me. Hurting Americans sounds quite treasonous to me. Who needs domestic terrorists when we've got the mainstream media?
2) In an effort to bury their campaigns even further, some presidential candidates including Warren, want to make an amendment to the Constitution to do away with the Electoral College and use a popular vote. This would mean a republican presidential candidate would have an extremely difficult time winning because of the large populations of very liberal states. The reason I say they're burying their presidential runs is that by far a majority of states would fight against this because if a popular vote was instituted, rural states wouldn't need to vote in presidential elections. Their votes wouldn't matter and they'll express their anger at the polls so if Warren wins the nomination, voters will show her what they think about eliminating the Electoral College.
3) Without any regard for the truth, the media has been running stories that Trump hasn't done anything to prevent meddling by foreign nations in our next election. The truth is there have been numerous bi-partisan meetings about what can be done. There have been hearings on The Hill (I watched one of these), where people who run polling stations along with voting boards across the country, have given their opinions on how to fix the problem.
Do you see where I'm coming from? The media doesn't care anymore about providing the truth and neither do their listeners and readers. As long as it's entertaining fodder where the Republican Party is attacked (especially Trump), they're willing to sacrifice a real news format for that of The National Enquirer approach.
4) I truly don't understand the media. Don't they look at the polls? The more they attack Trump, the more solid his base. Think about it, even after all the crazy things Trump has said and done (which the media certainly covers), and all the fake news and conspiracy theories the mainstream media has reported, Trump's approval ratings aren't that far off from President Obama's and let's face it, the media protected Obama day in and day out; it was embarrassing the amount of cover they provided for him.
If Trump secretly sent money to Iran, the media would attack him relentlessly. If a major DOJ operation went bad and guns made it into the hands of drug cartels leading to multiple deaths including of U.S. citizens, it would've received huge coverage. If the head of the DOJ in Trump's Administration got caught lying about his awareness of the operation, the media would've dug deep for a negative story. Why weren't the pictures of children of illegal immigrants being in cages, shown when Obama was in office? Not only were they not shown, they were stored away and then attempted to be used against Trump. Fortunately the scam was exposed and it came out that the picture was taken in 2014.
If Trump had a healthcare plan like the Affordable Care Act, and one of the main architects of the legislation made public comments that they intentionally misled taxpayers, don't you think it would receive 24/7 coverage against Trump? What about Bergdahl? How would the press handle it if Trump negotiated with terrorists? How would they've had handled several terrorist being released for a deserter. Keep in mind, the military knew he was a deserter from day one so there's no doubt the Obama Administration knew but they chose to create and use the opportunity for optics purposes. Why else would he have had the celebration on the White House lawn with Bergdahl's parents? I could go on and on with ridiculous things the Obama Administration did but wasn't covered, yet if Trump were responsible for the same things, the media would attempt to bury him politically. It is an extreme double-standard,
The bottom line is if Obama received the same type of coverage that Trump is currently, how low would his approval ratings have been? Trump's getting hammered 24/7 and the media isn't making up ground against him. For a bunch of elitists who believe they're more intellectually advanced than the rest of us, they sure lack common sense and logic.