Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (Should a news media favor a candidate?)

The President is disgruntled with FOX news. He stated that they aren’t doing enough to get him and other Republicans elected. Is that what a news broadcast media is supposed to do? Maybe it’s me, but I always thought a news show was supposed to be fair and neutral in it’s views. In other words, I thought they were supposed to tell the truth, no matter what. Now, if anyone has ever watched FOX, the reporting on there has appeared to be extremely conservative. I don’t watch it, but I have seen several clips of newscasters on there. I was amazed at their lack of objectivity. They seemed so one sided that they just ignored other real important issues. Here is the article on Trump:

https://www.aol.com/article/news/2020/05/21/trump-says-fox-news-isnt-doing-enough-to-help-republicans/24381881/

‘IF’ the purpose of the news agency is to help him get re-elected, then how can it possibly be viewed as fair in it’s reporting? When you are reporting one sided news, then people might view that as the whole truth. That is when you get people trying vaccines like hydroxychloroquine, ultra violet rays, disinfectants and stuff. I understand fully that this is a Republican versus Democrat world here in the United States. I honestly don’t know if they will ever agree on ‘anything.’ I do know that the people who are being neglected now are the voters. We need someone who will think about us. There is an entire world full of opinion out there. Everyone can’t be right. You need to be a strong advocate for what you believe in. You also owe it to yourself to be well informed. That doesn’t mean you only know what other people say. That means you can go beneath the surface to formulate your own opinions. A ‘well educated voter’ is a great asset for the country. Show the power of what you know, and make a difference… Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.

Brett Jolly in high meditative thought