Nearly all of the broadcast TV segments on the Clinton Foundation’s many scandals sympathetically portray the foundation as a victim of unfair charges, according to a study by the Media Research Center.
Only a handful of segments by ABC, CBS and NBC among the 62 broadcast stories about Hillary Clinton’s foundation raised serious questions about the Clintons’ conduct, says the study. In contrast, 95 percent of the segments either dismissed concerns outright or merely relayed the Clinton camp’s press releases, without giving the other side of the story.
The 62 stories began in the aftermath of the August 9 release of the results of an investigation into the Clinton Foundation by Washington watchdog group Judicial Watch.
The group’s findings revealed that the Clintons failed to report serious conflicts of interest. The findings, along with other facts revealed in the book “Clinton Cash,” have spurred much skeptical media coverage of...Read More HERE