I'm so tired of the major journalists from CNN, HARDBALL, MSNBC, FOX and others who use their mediums for the purpose of programming the public to see the world as they do. Last night they all looked silly and dishonest' from their brainwashing attempt while reporting their so called 'facts' that Hillary Clinton campaign was pretty much over. They have villianized her to such a degree that I believe they did indeed have some impact, but just not enough. Last night it blew up in their faces when their double-digit projections of her loss did not happen. They were all falling over their tongues trying to explain themselves and what went wrong . . . I relished in their comedy act of trying to explain what happened and why they were all wrong. I do feel strongly about press that make up news to reflect an outcome they want or who knows, maybe even benefit from. . . A lot of them roll in the mud and are no longer true journalists reporting the facts. . .Rather they appear to be 'gamblers' betting on the news and hoping to win their roll of the dice.
I desire that this election be reflective of 100% of the voters, not 1% of the population. These so called 'journalists' need to find their integrity and report the facts fairly across the board. All this 'talk show' mentality showcases 'ego needs, questionable intelligence and lack of poor judgement'. They are no better than 'their claims' of Paris Hilton getting paid to just show up and be ditzy. I certainly don't desire to see any candidates go down at the hands of these inappropriate journalists. This week many of the journalists report over and over again how Hillary Clinton cried at that cafe chat. . . well that just wasn't the truth, . . . she 'choked up' and momentarily the world saw the 'person' rather than the polished politician. The journalists on these 'so called' news shows are nothing more than spinners, embellishers and tea leaf readers. I am an undecided voter who will have to work much harder at sorting out these presidential candidates . . . surely, the news won't provide me 'just the facts' . . . they are too busy puffing themselves up on their predictions. Last night's losers were the journalists!