6:44 PM - The American Press Are Psychopathic Liars
By James Lewis
When Trump calls a reporter a "sleaze," most Americans know exactly what he is talking about. We have often talked about it on American Thinker, and, judging by our commentators, many Americans truly hate the media. Other than our corrupt Congress, the media rate as consistently the most hated institution in this country.
The press lie constantly, and their lies are exposed every day by conservative radio and opinion sites. Lying to the public is a basic betrayal of a vital survival function in a democratic republic, a true stab in the back. It is a husband betraying his wife and a father abandoning his children. A soldier going over to the enemy. The chief justice of the United States contradicting his own ruling on the same question a few months later. The president colluding with sworn enemies in a time of war.
In J schools in this country, "betrayal" of the basic obligations of journalism has a name. It's called "advocacy journalism," but it means lying to every single American. There the art of dishonesty is brought to perfection. Journalists have always lied, but crucially, they have not lied together, in unison, controlled by the same anti-American ideology, and in some cases actually taking dictation from America-haters, as in the Journolist Listserv, showing day-to-day cartel
collusion in Popular Front-style left propaganda, involving forty major news media, led by the old Stalinist Guardian and the New York Times.
It now turns out that the entire public narrative the media tells itself is one big lie from beginning to end, including Watergate.