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So called mainstream media continues to ignore the reality of this economy I'm gonna give you three examples of this -- long.
-- headline from the New York Times last week quote in the latest data on the economy experts see signs of a pick up.
Next the -- on the latest edition of the economist.
It was titled the comeback kid rebuilding the American economy.
And perhaps in the most liberal -- double the LA times writes this about Romney's response to president Obama's Roanoke incident.
The headline reads quote Romney campaign attacks on Obama -- on both fears.
So is the question has the liberal media wrapped up its already positive coverage because -- -- -- is in trouble.
Brent Bozell from the Media Research Center joins us from a Washington DC Brent I think what we would all accept.
That the establishment media has always been for President Obama but my question is how they -- talk about support.
Very recently because the president is in trouble.
Well -- their support for Obama remains that a 100% that's where was in 2008.
The difference between 20082012.
Is that in 2008 -- care about John McCain they're never saw him as a threat.
They see the Republicans as a threat and since day one with one.
Republican -- presumptive nominee after another anyone who got to the forefront was -- -- by the press and a personal back every single one of them.
-- -- -- -- -- So that they will do anything to take the attention off the economy including.
Attacking from they've -- the -- cap.
Capital stop the tax records all that is really interest in but it has nothing to do with the elections but it takes the attention awful Barack Obama and his dismal record.
That our latest Fox News polls show that the president really is losing a lot of ground on the economy to Mitt Romney.
So these -- the diversionary tactics of the media -- like -- the economy is concerned it's not looking.
Well no I think I think they are working to to some extent.
I think look I think -- the Romney should be ahead by twenty points I think and this is a disaster of an economy.
Social why is and he ahead by twenty points one part of that is that I don't think he's been messaging while I don't think he's been telling his story very well.
A but secondly is because the media continuously do everything the power to take the American attention.
All of this dismal economy.
Look at this you can look at that New York Times think that you cited its fascinating because the headline is in the latest data on economy experts see signs of pick up.
But then you read the article and -- quotes.
Point out how is Reuters they call it dismal they call it sluggish.
They say there's nothing to crow about but the headline as the headline so literally everything they can't -- -- this panel by the way if all else fails.
Is George Bush's fault.
We've made a big deal on this program about what I am calling the Roanoke incident.
Last Friday speech by the president says -- -- it just successful you didn't build it yourself.
Do you think I'm going too far -- I'm saying goes on I think I say it's a pivotal moment in the campaign he defines.
Hu and want President Obama is on the economy again in my gone too far -- No certainly not going to part all it's an astonishing.
It's an astonishing comment.
And it gives you you don't by -- off the teleprompter and it gives you a a real idea of what's in the soul of this administration.
To the free enterprise system this is a man who said that he wanted to redistribute it.
That we distribute well this is a man who has at this given signs that this all throughout his his administration.
That he is not a friend of wealth creators in this country and then he turned round and dismisses.
The free enterprise system at its roots saying those who are entrepreneur -- -- who created well are responsible port.
Government -- I don't know I'm -- I'm I'm gonna stick my neck out the last -- who said that was Karl Marx.
Arafat -- you know I don't think the establishment media picked up on Roanoke -- -- in the way that we did here on Bonnie and I don't know policies don't.
Not jeopardize -- that's why that's what fox networks tend to do so well.
And yet the networks don't because they're not reporting news this was absolutely -- and the Republicans said that I -- -- this is absolutely -- -- this is one of the most dramatic.
Statements I have ever heard -- for the media just to ignore this this is look.
Let's move as that their president of CBS.
Flat out said that that the news media are no longer in the media being this is a big objective they're not partisan he said that by the white.
Wow as president of CBS he was attending an Obama fund -- All right Brent Bozell always a pleasure.
Thanks for joining us appreciate it thanks sort --