‘Reporters’ at third debate caught cheering Hillary, groaning at Trump

debateWe’ve dedicated a lot of space discussing just how corrupt and biased the dishonest media has become this election.  Clearly, it has become the “Democrat-media complex.”  This open and blatant bias was on display during the third presidential debate between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party.

According to some present, propagandists — previously known as “reporters” — were caught cheering Hillary while groaning at Trump.

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It’s not the first time the media has cheered for Hillary.

Kristinn Taylor noted:  “Last year the pro-Hillary media cheered when Bernie Sanders at a debate with Clinton demanded the press stop covering Clinton’s email scandal.”

As we’ve said before, perhaps it’s time conservatives let the media know their feelings by using their remote control.

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