Source: Shane Trejo
A new Rasmussen poll shows that 58 percent of American voters agree with the assertion of President Donald Trump that the media are the “enemy of the people.”
According to the national online and telephone survey, 34 percent of voters strongly agree with Trump’s assertion about the media being the enemy of the people. An additional 24 percent of American voters sympathize with that sentiment. 36 percent of American voters disagree with Trump’s sentiment, including 23 percent who strongly disagree.
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“Voters overwhelmingly believe ‘fake news’ is a problem, and a majority agree with former President Donald Trump that the media have become ‘the enemy of the people,’” the pollster stated about the results.
Big League Politics has reported on the widespread awareness of the problem of fake news, including popular left-leaning podcaster Joe Rogan turning on the corrupt media over their COVID-19 deceptions:
“Podcaster and MMA commentator Joe Rogan criticized the dishonest coverage of fake news channel CNN on Friday’s edition of the Joe Rogan Experience, lamenting the network’s hyperpartisan editorial bias and pointing out its numerous journalistic inaccuracies.
Rogan pointed to claims from CNN that they were shedding the network’s unpopular editorial content in favor of “hard news,” likening it to the channel’s dramatic drop in ratings. CNN lost more than 90% of its viewers in 2021, going belly-up in the wake of a media-driven Trump-focused reality show.
Rogan was speaking with conservative commentator James Lindsay…
“Most people don’t know that, though, most people aren’t aware of it,” Rogan said. “It’s not just that [their programming] sucks, it’s that it’s preposterous.”
“It’s also the smugness in which they disseminate propaganda,” Rogan continued. “People know that they’re full of s***, and they’re doing it with a smugness and it turns people off. It would turn people off even if they were accurate.”
CNN has attacked Rogan with a series of slanderous hitpieces, most prominently falsely claiming that Rogan was utilizing a “horse dewormer” to treat a coronavirus. (Rogan was actually using ivermectin, an anti-parasitical drug that’s been used to treat billions of humans since its creation.)