The Boston Globe carried a message for President Barack Obama’s campaign on Thursday, with Democrats making new accusations against former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. Like past accusations, these fell flat.
It’s no secret that many newspapers lean to Democrats, so the story didn’t surprise most of us.
After all, it was The Boston Globe that ran an opinion piece by two academics who wanted Obama to take office as soon as he won the election. The academics suggested a system similar to the manner adopted to make the transition when President Richard Nixon resigned.
Most of us who pay attention to media expect newspapers and other content publishers to advocate Obama’s reelection.
The Left is simply up to old tricks. Expect continued shilling for Obama from a large portion of what is inappropriately called “mainstream media.” After all, Obama might not have been elected president if all those newspaper editors, reporters and others in media hadn’t actively pushed his candidacy.
Remember Journolist when you read news about the campaigns.
The Romney campaign has demanded an apology about the latest unfounded claims.
Will The Globe suggest suspending the Constitution and installing Romney early if he wins in November?
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/July 13, 2012)
Globe says suspend constitution, 'fast track' Obama (The US Report)