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Mark Levin: the Mainstream media ‘destroy’ the free press actively for the support of the Democratic party, politics

nearvideo Todd Starnes speaks to Fox News Host Mark Levin about his new book

Todd Starnes speaks to Fox News Host Mark Levin about his new book

Today’s media are, risking the destruction of the “free press” part of the purpose of the Democratic party, political, Mark Levin pushing claims.

Levin claims “The Todd Starnes Show” the mainstream media are ideologically in line with the Democrats and have become a “one-party press.”

“The mass of the modern media of today has nothing to do with the free press. In fact, a free press destroy. They are ideological of the progressives,” he claimed. “They are mostly aligned with the Democratic party, and they are social activists.”

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The “life, liberty, & Levin,” the host added that he thought the press is the protection of the bureaucracy and the public concerned should be.

“You are the Praetorian guard for big government” he claimed. “We are terribly served. The modern media is a danger to the idea of a free press.”

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To tell Levin to continue, he Starnes with a view on today’s media as a the persuade together with the hopes readers and viewers to support big government.

“We have a progressive media that is trying to a fundamental Transformation of humanity and the support of civil society support,… this powerful centralized government,” he charged.

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The conservative radio host said his book lays claim to be America’s newsrooms is the home of the “ideological monopolies are” and conservative-leaning reporters are left as a tiny minority.

“He told you that our editors have ideological monopolies. There is no ideological diversity, there is no independent way of thinking”, he claimed.

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