WATCH: Numerous Democrats And Journalists Use Identical Talking Points To Attack Trump (VIDEO)

Democrats and people in the media have a lot in common.

In fact, it has gotten to the point where it’s really hard to tell them apart.

Many of them have a tendency to use the same words and phrases, as if they’re speaking from a script.

News Busters reports:

No More Pretense: Journalists, Dems Use Identical Talking Points on Impeachment

Television journalists these days sound so similar to Democrats on impeachment that it’s nearly impossible to tell them apart. Weeks before the impeachment inquiry was even announced, talking heads were passing off Democratic talking points as objective information about the President’s alleged wrongdoing.

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What follows is a compilation video of some of the liberal media’s greatest minds spouting DNC talking points. These journalists have not had their words taken out of context while attempting to summarize the Democrats’ position. Whether or not they they were intentionally regurgitating the words of Democrats, they did so without attributing their words to anyone.

…just after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on October 4 alleged that the President had “betrayed” his “oath of office,” NBC political director Chuck Todd voiced the same accusation on the NBC Nightly News as his own personal point of view: “What [Trump] has admitted to in the last 48 hours is essentially violations of his oath to the Constitution.”

Watch the video:

What liberal media bias?

Do they think no one sees this for what it is?

 

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