Obama seems to acknowledge overwhelming liberal bias in TV

Speaking to his customary audiecne of indoctrination camp inmates college students yesterday in Boise, Idaho yesterday, President Obama appeared to acknowledge that television broadcasting is overwhelmingly dominated by liberal outlets, with  conservative channels outnumbered by a factor of 600.  Terry Jeffery, who spotted the admission, charitably wonders if it was “A slip of the tongue? An inadvertently candid bit of sarcasm?”

 

"I mean, we have an entire industry that's designed to sort us out," said Obama, as recorded by C-SPAN and officially transcribed by the White House. "Our media is all segmented now so that instead of just watching three stations, we got 600. And everything is market-segmented, and you got the conservative station and the liberal stations. So everybody is only listening to what they already agree with."

Jeffrey notes: “Obama did not say there were any unbiased stations.”

 

 

Speaking to his customary audiecne of indoctrination camp inmates college students yesterday in Boise, Idaho yesterday, President Obama appeared to acknowledge that television broadcasting is overwhelmingly dominated by liberal outlets, with  conservative channels outnumbered by a factor of 600.  Terry Jeffery, who spotted the admission, charitably wonders if it was “A slip of the tongue? An inadvertently candid bit of sarcasm?”

 

"I mean, we have an entire industry that's designed to sort us out," said Obama, as recorded by C-SPAN and officially transcribed by the White House. "Our media is all segmented now so that instead of just watching three stations, we got 600. And everything is market-segmented, and you got the conservative station and the liberal stations. So everybody is only listening to what they already agree with."

Jeffrey notes: “Obama did not say there were any unbiased stations.”