Liberal Media Outlets Don’t ‘Report When Their Favorite Groups Are Charged With Crimes


There’s a crisis happening at the US-Mexico border, but Democrats and Republicans are too busy blaming each other to actually do something about it. Meanwhile, the national media is feeding into these agendas and narratives – but Americans are seeing right through it. If you’ve been avoiding the news, here’s what you missed!

According to a new poll from Gallup, only about 32% of Americans have ‘a great deal’ or a ‘fair amount’ of confidence and trust in what the media reports today. That number was above 50% in the early 2000s, but is now at an all-time low – tying a record set in 2016.

With that said, 39% of those polled said they don’t trust the media at all – and a majority of the distrust was coming from Republicans. Only 11% of Republicans trust mass media, while 58% of Democrats have at least a fair amount of trust in the media.

If you’re wondering why these numbers are dipping, just look at how the media is covering the murder of Laken Riley. The 22-year-old nursing student was killed on Feb. 22 while running on the University of Georgia campus. Jose Ibarra, an illegal immigrant, was charged with the murder.

This comes at a time when many people are pleading with local and federal officials to secure the border – so people like Ibarra can’t enter. Unfortunately, the media is refusing to label him an illegal immigrant and is blaming everything but the border issue for Riley’s death.

On Feb. 24, CNN published an article announcing the arrest of Ibarra – who they described as a 26-year-old ‘of Athens.’ While the murder did happen in Athens, it had already been established that he wasn’t a citizen and had, in fact, entered the country illegally from Venezuela in 2022.

“Ibarra is a resident of Athens, but not a US citizen or a student at UGA,” CNN continued – quoting UGA Police Chief Jeff Clark. CNN (which panders to Democrats) had two opportunities to call him an illegal immigrant, but elected to call him a ‘resident’ both times.

Later that same day, The Associated Press published an article that took the issue way off-topic. “The killing of a nursing student out for a run highlights the fears of solo female athletes,” read the title of the article. Like CNN, they also described Ibarra as an ‘Athens resident.’

Nowhere in the article do they mention that he isn’t a US citizen. Instead, they ‘put the spotlight on the dangers female runners face’ and even called the murder a ‘random act of violence.’ While it was random, it could’ve been avoided if the US had a secure border.   …full story

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