Most people know instinctively that our country’s national press corps is supposed to report the news objectively and free of any personal or political bias. If there were political or personal self-interests in news reporting, it would not be news; it would simply be personal opinion presented as news and that’s dishonest. Most people already realize that the “news” these days is extremely biased toward outright endorsement of the Democrat Party, but how often do you have a report that describes how this process actually works?
Let me share and comment upon a report that illustrates how bias gets injected into news. Brent Scher reported last Wednesday, November 22, 2017, at the Washington Free Beacon in “WaPo Reporter Goes Rogue, Gives Strategy Briefing to Secret Dem Donor Conference,” that a certain Janell Ross, a democrat reporter during the 2016 presidential election, showed her leftist political bias in operation.
Ross was at one of the Communist Party’s [more commonly known as the Democrat Party] more important conferences sometime between November 15 and 17, 2017 where she apparently chaired a discussion panel entitled “What do progressives stand for.” [Remember, the term “progressive” is a synonym for Communism.”] This is in spite of the fact that Ross is a reporter for the Washington Post, and the Post has an ethical policy that its reporters are not to be involved in activities that may give the impression of personal or political bias to their own reporting. Ross did not inform her employer of her role in the discussion panel as its facilitator according to Scher. Perhaps this is because the panel leadership, Nancy Pelosi and George Soros, instructed all attendees to maintain strict secrecy about the conference, its agenda, and content from the public. Who was Ross working for, these two Communist operatives, or the Washington Post?
The conference was at the expensive La Costa Resort, California, according to Scher. [Nice digs for a bunch of frauds who claim to be “for the little guy.]” Let me pass along what Scher reported regarding Ross’s violation of her employer’s conflict of interest policy. As a session facilitator, Ross asked the participants the following questions. [My translation of each of these questions below follows since the Communese language has different meanings attached to American words than is normally understood]:
“What do progressives stand for?” [What is the identity of the Communist Party? Are we Communists really committed to our goals and objectives? Let’s try to refocus for the next election cycle.]
“How do we grapple with the tough issues?” [i.e., issues such as how to undermine and defeat President Donald Trump and smuggle-in our Marxist, anti-capitalist agenda.]
“What story are we trying to tell and how does it play out in communities across the country?” [What is our hypnotic propaganda messaging plan and why isn’t it working better on the American voters? How can we be more effective at deceiving the voters into electing more of us Communists back into office? The Word “story” can be translated as the intention to lie to the public.]
“How do we translate what the polls and research tell us into the compelling narratives that will build the public will to reorient our economy and combat inequality?” [What new propaganda lines can we invent that would better deceive the American voting public into undermining their own economy by voting for us Communists in the next election cycle?]
Make no mistake about this; “getting the economic narrative right” is all about the Communist objective that Janell Ross was pushing as both a journalist and session chair of a national democrat planning session. This particular example of the unethical arrangement between the Democrat Party and the press is just business as usual for these folks.