1. A lie created by conservative pundits used to describe four of the five major news networks and several newspapers. Consists primarily of a slight majority of left-leaning moderate reporters who are so terrified of being called biased, they deliberately slant their coverage far to the right. Known for ignoring important stories that could have a dramatic impact on American politics, including 2000 election fraud, prewar intelligence that refuted all of Bush's claims about Iraq, and 2004 election fraud.
2. (conservative slang) Any news source that is not blatant about its conservative slant; any news source without the motto 'fair and balanced.'
Damn that liberal media... they keep ignoring all the good things that have happened in Iraq, like those 50 people we saved from the rape rooms by killing 100,000 civilians.
A myth used by Republicans to justify having bilge like FoxNews and Rush Limbaugh on the air. One of the Five Great Scapegoats of the modern American Republican who blames all of his shortcomings on everything but himself.
Scapegoat 1: Terrorists/Foreigners
Scapegoat 2: Democrats and Other Liberals
Scapegoat 3: "The Liberal Media"
Scapegoat 4: Secularism
Scapegoat 5: The Poor
Is true, contrary to liberal belief.
MSNBC-Don't even lie
CNN-Mostly centrist but have liberal guests on most issues
Fox News-IS MOSTLY CONSERVATIVE, I KNOW
Don't listen to these clowns who say different, the liberal media exists
Dude 1 "Hey dude flip on NBC."
Dude 2 "Okay."
*Flips on NBC*
Ed Shultz: "RAISE TAXES!!!"
Dude 2 "Dude i can barely afford rent."
Dude 1 "Yeah the Liberal Media thinks they have all the answers but they never work."
*Flips to Fox News*
An entirely make-believe term used by Republicans when the news says something they don't like. One day Republicans will realise that vast majority of America's media content comes through the Clear Channel Network; and who has the majority share in that company? Jeb Bush no less. So Republicans, just try to realise that the news is actually on your side, especially in a time of conflict as all for-profit media companies repeat the ruling party's information.
"Today on Fox News, why dark skinned people in turbans WILL hunt you down and kill you."
Liberal Media? Yeah right.
What the media must be if it does not kiss Republican ass. It certainly could not be objective, if the media acknowledges any negative occurrence regarding conservative issues every good journalist knows you are supposed to serve your country and sweep it under the rug to make the government look good. Silly Dems! News is for Nazis!
If the discovery of unfavorable facts surface, simply declare your hatred by claiming the source to be part of the liberal media.
My report card says I got straight Fs. AHHHHH MY TEACHERS HATE ME! FUCKING LIBERAL MEDIA! DIE KERRY KOMMIES!!!!!!!!
the entire media... Oh, wait, my bad, I forgot about:
95% of talk radio stations
the Wall Street Journal
the New York Post
Anything Rupert Murdoch has touched
the 700 Club
Right-winger: "Fuck them jewish liberal media faggots. Ain't I right, Jethro?"
Media sources that rely on confirmed facts and clearly differentiate between journalism and editorial.
"That liberal media keeps tryin' to say Obama was born in America even though I know he was born in Kenya!"
Whiny, bitching, cry-baby conservatives love to prattle on and on about the "liberal media." To be fair, except for FOX News (Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, John Gibson, Neil Cavuto, Steve Doocy, E.D. Hill, Brian Kilmeade, Brit Hume), Clear Channel, Laura Ingraham, Dr. Laura, Rush Limbaugh, Hugh Hewitt, Ann Coulter, Newsmax, G. Gordon Liddy, Michael Reagan, Michael Savage, The New York Post, Sinclair Broadcast Group (WLOS13, Fox 45, WTTO21, WB49, KGAN, WICD, WICS, WCHS, WVAH, WTAT, WSTR, WSYX, WTTE, WKEF, WRGT, KDSM, WSMH, WXLV, WURN, KVWB, KFBT, WDKY, WMSN, WVTV, WEAR, WZTV, KOTH, WYZZ, WPGH, WGME, WLFL, WRLH, WUHF, KABB, WGGB, WSYT, WTTA), David Horowitz, Rupert Murdoch, PAX, and MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, they're right.
Maddox knows that conservatives love playing the "liberal media" card to bolster groundless arguments.