FOX NEWS cuts away from Democrat’s comments about Trump slamming Sessions

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“Fake news.” “Biased news.” “Destroy Trump media.”

The producers at Fox News take up most of the day reporting on reports put out by the liberal media. We do our share of slamming the left-leaning media, as well, but there is a difference between outlets like us and Fox News.

Fox News, which used to tag itself as “fair and balanced,” did something today that reveals the truth about the network’s own bias when reporting the news.

Senator Chuck Schumer (D- N.Y.) is a leading member of the Democratic Party. Although I do not like him, at all, and wish he were not my senator, he was speaking from the Senate floor today about the healthcare vote taking place this afternoon.

During the speech, which was covered LIVE by Fox News, the outspoken senator changed gears and began speaking about the president’s recent comments about Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Categorically disagreeing with Trump’s tweets and comments that purposely humiliate and undermine Sessions, Schumer called out the president by stating that a leader doesn’t do such a thing and questioning why he would continue with such actions.

Once Schumer began his comments about Sessions and Trump, Fox News cut away from the remarks, illustrating that Fox News is no better than the outlets they slam on a daily basis for one-sided reporting.

Whether people agree or disagree with the president’s approach to attacking Sessions is not the topic at hand. As major news networks, Fox News and all media outlets have the responsibility to report the news based on what is happening at the time. News should not be delivered based on what the news outlets want people to see and not to see.

Journalism on cable TV is absolutely dead.

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