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Media Bias in Two Pictures

Weatherman2020

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Helping to fund the upcoming movie on Gosnell, largest mass murderer in US history, is one of my best investments ever.

Do you remember this picture?



It was taken by JD Mullane, a news columnist for the Bucks County Courier Times, showing the empty rows reserved for the media during the criminal trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. When America’s most prolific serial killer was on trial for multiple murders and the jury was hearing horrific details of what occurred in Gosnell’s abortion clinic, the media didn’t bother to show up.

However, the media was highly interested when prolife activist/citizen journalist David Daleiden went to the Harris County courthouse yesterday to merely post bond after being charged with using a fake driver's license to go undercover into Planned Parenthood. Daleiden was offered a plea deal to received only probation which he turned down.

Below is a picture taken by Phil Archer, a KPRC Local 2 Reporter, showing the hallway of the courthouse filled with media. Archer also posted a video which shows media personnel with at least 7-8 large video cameras and numerous others taking photos.




This is a prime example of media bias. When the media thinks a story will show abortion providers in a bad light, the media are nowhere to be found but when they think a story will hurt the prolife movement, they show up in droves.

While Planned Parenthood has been giddy about the charges filed against Daleiden, if Harris County prosecutors go forward with these charges, Planned Parenthood executives will be subpoenaed to testify and the videos of Daleiden's undercover work will become evidence.

Right to Life of Michigan's Blog: Media bias in two pictures
 

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Oh dear god.. Gosnell was literally a murderer, abortion today is nothing compared to what Gosnell did.
 

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Oh dear god.. Gosnell was literally a murderer, abortion today is nothing compared to what Gosnell did.
Abortion is exactly what Gosnell did.
A national story like that, but no reporters.? We certainly wouldn't want to think those News outlets sympathized with those slaughtered babies:eusa_silenced:
 
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Helping to fund the upcoming movie on Gosnell, largest mass murderer in US history, is one of my best investments ever.

Do you remember this picture?



It was taken by JD Mullane, a news columnist for the Bucks County Courier Times, showing the empty rows reserved for the media during the criminal trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. When America’s most prolific serial killer was on trial for multiple murders and the jury was hearing horrific details of what occurred in Gosnell’s abortion clinic, the media didn’t bother to show up.

However, the media was highly interested when prolife activist/citizen journalist David Daleiden went to the Harris County courthouse yesterday to merely post bond after being charged with using a fake driver's license to go undercover into Planned Parenthood. Daleiden was offered a plea deal to received only probation which he turned down.

Below is a picture taken by Phil Archer, a KPRC Local 2 Reporter, showing the hallway of the courthouse filled with media. Archer also posted a video which shows media personnel with at least 7-8 large video cameras and numerous others taking photos.




This is a prime example of media bias. When the media thinks a story will show abortion providers in a bad light, the media are nowhere to be found but when they think a story will hurt the prolife movement, they show up in droves.

While Planned Parenthood has been giddy about the charges filed against Daleiden, if Harris County prosecutors go forward with these charges, Planned Parenthood executives will be subpoenaed to testify and the videos of Daleiden's undercover work will become evidence.

Right to Life of Michigan's Blog: Media bias in two pictures
Nobody cares. In a free market, organizations can do whatever they think will make them the most money.

Why didn't Fox News and Breitbart have reporters at the Gosnell trial? I'm sure they'll be there for these 2 clowns behind the PP recordings.
 

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Helping to fund the upcoming movie on Gosnell, largest mass murderer in US history, is one of my best investments ever.

Do you remember this picture?



It was taken by JD Mullane, a news columnist for the Bucks County Courier Times, showing the empty rows reserved for the media during the criminal trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. When America’s most prolific serial killer was on trial for multiple murders and the jury was hearing horrific details of what occurred in Gosnell’s abortion clinic, the media didn’t bother to show up.

However, the media was highly interested when prolife activist/citizen journalist David Daleiden went to the Harris County courthouse yesterday to merely post bond after being charged with using a fake driver's license to go undercover into Planned Parenthood. Daleiden was offered a plea deal to received only probation which he turned down.

Below is a picture taken by Phil Archer, a KPRC Local 2 Reporter, showing the hallway of the courthouse filled with media. Archer also posted a video which shows media personnel with at least 7-8 large video cameras and numerous others taking photos.




This is a prime example of media bias. When the media thinks a story will show abortion providers in a bad light, the media are nowhere to be found but when they think a story will hurt the prolife movement, they show up in droves.

While Planned Parenthood has been giddy about the charges filed against Daleiden, if Harris County prosecutors go forward with these charges, Planned Parenthood executives will be subpoenaed to testify and the videos of Daleiden's undercover work will become evidence.

Right to Life of Michigan's Blog: Media bias in two pictures
This is exactly what is wrong with the press! How ridiculous is that! Thanks for the thread.
 

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Helping to fund the upcoming movie on Gosnell, largest mass murderer in US history, is one of my best investments ever.

Do you remember this picture?



It was taken by JD Mullane, a news columnist for the Bucks County Courier Times, showing the empty rows reserved for the media during the criminal trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. When America’s most prolific serial killer was on trial for multiple murders and the jury was hearing horrific details of what occurred in Gosnell’s abortion clinic, the media didn’t bother to show up.

However, the media was highly interested when prolife activist/citizen journalist David Daleiden went to the Harris County courthouse yesterday to merely post bond after being charged with using a fake driver's license to go undercover into Planned Parenthood. Daleiden was offered a plea deal to received only probation which he turned down.

Below is a picture taken by Phil Archer, a KPRC Local 2 Reporter, showing the hallway of the courthouse filled with media. Archer also posted a video which shows media personnel with at least 7-8 large video cameras and numerous others taking photos.




This is a prime example of media bias. When the media thinks a story will show abortion providers in a bad light, the media are nowhere to be found but when they think a story will hurt the prolife movement, they show up in droves.

While Planned Parenthood has been giddy about the charges filed against Daleiden, if Harris County prosecutors go forward with these charges, Planned Parenthood executives will be subpoenaed to testify and the videos of Daleiden's undercover work will become evidence.

Right to Life of Michigan's Blog: Media bias in two pictures
Where was FoxNews, Breitbart, Rush Limbaugh, Mike Savage, Glenn Beck

Looks like there were plenty of seats available for them
 

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I suspect it was another bullshit photo circulating on the right to stir outrage

Looks like the photo was taken when court was not in session
If it was in session, nobody would be allowed to take photos
 

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I suspect it was another bullshit photo circulating on the right to stir outrage

Looks like the photo was taken when court was not in session
If it was in session, nobody would be allowed to take photos
It could be either. They could take pictures just before the trial was to begin. Someone must find an article that mentions the strange disappearance of the press to prove it.
 

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Given that the pro-life movement has has made it their mission to create more Dr. Gosnells, it's expected that our right wing media tried to downplay the story.

The pro-lifers get so enraged when you point out Gosnell was their creation, but hey, truth hurts. If you drive the good doctors out of the abortion business, as is the intent of pro-lifers, the hacks move in. Abortion becomes humiliating and dangerous, those immoral women get properly punished for having sex, and all is good with pro-lifers.
 

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Media bias waaaaa. Every story should be treated the same and any differences is the result of unfairness even if the stories are different.

What a delicious constant whine post to run to everytime
 

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Helping to fund the upcoming movie on Gosnell, largest mass murderer in US history, is one of my best investments ever.

Do you remember this picture?



It was taken by JD Mullane, a news columnist for the Bucks County Courier Times, showing the empty rows reserved for the media during the criminal trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. When America’s most prolific serial killer was on trial for multiple murders and the jury was hearing horrific details of what occurred in Gosnell’s abortion clinic, the media didn’t bother to show up.

However, the media was highly interested when prolife activist/citizen journalist David Daleiden went to the Harris County courthouse yesterday to merely post bond after being charged with using a fake driver's license to go undercover into Planned Parenthood. Daleiden was offered a plea deal to received only probation which he turned down.

Below is a picture taken by Phil Archer, a KPRC Local 2 Reporter, showing the hallway of the courthouse filled with media. Archer also posted a video which shows media personnel with at least 7-8 large video cameras and numerous others taking photos.




This is a prime example of media bias. When the media thinks a story will show abortion providers in a bad light, the media are nowhere to be found but when they think a story will hurt the prolife movement, they show up in droves.

While Planned Parenthood has been giddy about the charges filed against Daleiden, if Harris County prosecutors go forward with these charges, Planned Parenthood executives will be subpoenaed to testify and the videos of Daleiden's undercover work will become evidence.

Right to Life of Michigan's Blog: Media bias in two pictures

Where was Faux News and all the right wing media?

If you don't like how someone does something, put together your own company and cover the news YOU would like to cover. America, it only hurts if all you do is sit at your pc and whine.
 
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Helping to fund the upcoming movie on Gosnell, largest mass murderer in US history, is one of my best investments ever.

Do you remember this picture?



It was taken by JD Mullane, a news columnist for the Bucks County Courier Times, showing the empty rows reserved for the media during the criminal trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. When America’s most prolific serial killer was on trial for multiple murders and the jury was hearing horrific details of what occurred in Gosnell’s abortion clinic, the media didn’t bother to show up.

However, the media was highly interested when prolife activist/citizen journalist David Daleiden went to the Harris County courthouse yesterday to merely post bond after being charged with using a fake driver's license to go undercover into Planned Parenthood. Daleiden was offered a plea deal to received only probation which he turned down.

Below is a picture taken by Phil Archer, a KPRC Local 2 Reporter, showing the hallway of the courthouse filled with media. Archer also posted a video which shows media personnel with at least 7-8 large video cameras and numerous others taking photos.




This is a prime example of media bias. When the media thinks a story will show abortion providers in a bad light, the media are nowhere to be found but when they think a story will hurt the prolife movement, they show up in droves.

While Planned Parenthood has been giddy about the charges filed against Daleiden, if Harris County prosecutors go forward with these charges, Planned Parenthood executives will be subpoenaed to testify and the videos of Daleiden's undercover work will become evidence.

Right to Life of Michigan's Blog: Media bias in two pictures

Where was Faux News and all the right wing media?

If you don't like how someone does something, put together your own company and cover the news YOU would like to cover. America, it only hurts if all you do is sit at your pc and whine.
What are you blathering about? FOX covered the Gosnell mass murder trial, but your Leftard puppet master media felt it was better to cover what the Kardasians were wearing that month.
 

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