Post-Election Survey: Voters Have No Confidence in Media

Rush Limbaugh calls them “Democrats with bylines.”

Most voters who watched the second Presidential debate saw CNN’s Candy Crowley jump in and bail out President Barack Obama when he stumbled on Benghazi and correctly concluded she was biased in his favor.

Many conservatives noticed how the mainstream media has played the role of Nixon’s henchmen rather than Woodward and Bernstein in the Benghazi coverup and reporting on the Hurricane Sandy federal response debacle.

Now a new survey completed by Breitbart News and Judicial Watch on election night confirms that most voters have no confidence in the media. As the press release announcing the results stated:

77% of voters agreed with the statement: “The press is more likely to favor one candidate for office over another at the expense of their journalistic objectivity.”



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