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Hugh Hewitt Schools The Media On Their Anti-Trump Pile-On!

by Bradley Matthews

In an appearance on MSNBC, conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt explained “I think most people in America are getting tired of the pile on 24/7 of the new president.”

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  1. Sam Jones

    The media has damaged itself . It’s never been so appearent as to the lies they sprew out. CNN MSNBC and others lost me forever.

    February 17, 2017,11:56 pm

  2. Joseph A Vanchieri Jr

    The word unfair is putting it mildly. Purposefully deceitful is more like it. They have no credibility yet they keep on acting like gossip magazines. The only way any will ever come out of this is to start to just print the news. No bias or lies. Just the news.

    February 15, 2017,4:52 am

  3. Johnnie McHan

    Yes and to we the people. They are ridiculously spewing hate, false news stories, enuendos and flat lies to cover their wounded egos because they lost so bad. They do not realize they just digging their grave deeper! I do not watch news on any broadcast network…I read newspapers, etc because you have to shop around for the real truth of this events now. What a disgrace the media is.

    February 15, 2017,12:39 am

  4. Anna

    Yes. The liberal media is pouring venom on him, his family, and staff members. Talk about hate and harrassment!! Unfair and unbalanced reporting.
    They are volatile and emotionally overreacting. What can I say? It has all become disgusting and undignified toward President Trump and our nation.

    February 14, 2017,10:08 pm

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