Holy cow! What will the far-left-socialist media do now?
Ron Paul came in #1 in the California GOP Primary yesterday. In Iowa a few weeks ago, Ron Paul came in #2, less than 1% away from Michelle Bachmann who came in #1. The media ignored Ron Paul completely! They mentioned Bachmann as #1, and then the candidates who came in the #3, #4, and #5 spots. They skipped Ron Paul as #2 completely! They even talked up one of the candidates who got less votes than a candidate who dropped out because he had so few votes.
In fact, as Jon Stewart pointed out, the last place candidate the media kept talking so positively about got so few votes, he could have fit all his supporters in one Subway sandwich shop and still had tables open in the back. And yet, no mention of Ron Paul who came in #2. Amazing. Our news media sucks. It might not be government-owned, but it is clearly government-run.
If you want the truth, ignore your TV and turn to the internet including Schiff Radio.
Jon Stewart did an awesome piece on his show about the media bias, showing all the clips of the media covering the event and how every single time they simply failed to mention who got the #2 spot. They have done it several times since then, always failing to mention Ron Paul’s success in favor of media favorites. The truth is, as I’ve said before, the more Americans who read about and understand Ron Paul will vote for him. He is the only candidate that can do what needs to be done to return America to prosperity. If he wins, a lot of wealth and power the politicians and the media enjoy will be removed so they are fighting for their lives so you won’t learn who Ron Paul is and what he stands for.
But now that Ron Paul has the #1 spot in California, what is the media going to do? NOT cover the California Straw Poll at all?
2011 California Straw Poll Full Results (Votes, %)
- Ron Paul (374, 44.9%)
- Rick Perry (244, 29.3%)
- Mitt Romney (74, 8.8%)
- Michele Bachmann (64, 7.7%)
- Jon Huntsman (17, 2.0%)
- Herman Cain (15, 1.8%)
- Newt Gingrich (14, 1.7%)
- Thad McCotter (7, 0.8%)
- Rick Santorum (7, 0.8%)
- Gary Johnson (2, 0.2%)
- Fred Karger (1, 0.1%)
- Write-ins (15, 1.8%)
Categories: 2012 Election, California, Headlines, Polls, Ron Paul, Tea Party
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