1. a person who willingly looks past established facts, instead preferring to read, tweet, post and/or share items that only reinforce opinions previously formed. 2. Electronic, print, or social media figures that propagate opinions as fact, or knowingly transmit items known to be false, as long as the item has truthfulness. 3. a person who is too heavily influenced by group-think to form their own opinion.
"When those Mediacrats said President Trump had sex with a Martian, at first I didn't believe it. But I heard it more than once, so it's totes true to me."
by JimmySixRingsxRings July 6, 2017
Main Stream Media journalists that carry the water bucket for the Democratic Party.
The Mediacrats at the New York Times have once again exposed top secret government programs that aid in fighting terrorism.
by EQAndybuzz August 28, 2006