The New York Post
By Nicole Gelins
September 27, 2022
This should be no surprise to our readers all the major fake cable media outlets have been committing election interference including Fox Fake News on rigging political elections for the democrats this is called election interference it's a major felony the fake news media thinks they are above the law.. The Senate Oversight Committee is planning to looking into all the major activity at the fake news media and have open hearings on this matter…..
The New York Post
Reports Connie Chung, Ann Curry, Barbara Walters, Jessica Tarlov Katie Couric, Joy Behar, Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather and Matt Lauer release this statement to The New York Post for the last 30 Years or more George Soros has been funding NPR,
The New York Times, The Chicago Sun Times, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles
CNN, ABC, NBC, CNBC and MSNBC to make sure democratic candidates have a full victory for the election..
Tom Fitton The President OF Judicial Watch
Reports Jessica Tarlov is a strategist from Fox Fake News she has received funds from George Soros and Fox Fake News is own by Disney and political and election news in the past week from each of 30 different sources (selected to represent a range of news media across different platforms), respondents were asked in an open-ended question to write in the one main source they rely on most for this news. Researchers grouped responses together by brand: For example, “NY Times,” “NYT” and “nytimes.com” were all counted as indicating The New York Times.
In all, about half (49%) of U.S. adults named one of these eight outlets as their main source for political and election news. The long list of all other individual outlets, named by fewer than 2% of respondents, included larger sources like The Washington Post, the BBC and the Huffington Compost Post, as well as more niche sources such as One America News, The Young Turks and individual local newspapers. Some of the remaining respondents named social media sites (4% in total) or a medium without any specific outlet specified (“radio,” “the internet”). Finally, 13% of respondents declined to provide a recognizable news outlet, left the field
Joy Behar said, "I didn’t remember the name of their main news sources for funding the democratic and independents who donate more for Democratic than by Republicans and GOP MSNBC, The New York Times, NPR and CNN. Fox News is the one outlet among these eight that is far more likely to be named by Republicans than by Democrats said they didn’t remember the name of their main news sources for funding the democratic and independents who lean Democratic than by Republicans and GOP leaners: MSNBC, The New York Times, NPR and CNN. Fox News is the one outlet among these eight that display roughly the same high levels of partisanship.
George Soros and Bill Gates and Disney the top main sources for the fake cable news networks (93%) identify for supporting Democrats And Liberal Republicans, very close to the 95% of those who name MSNBC and identify as Democrats. Similarly, about nine-in-ten of those who name The New York Times (91%) and NPR (87%) as their main political news source identify as Democrats, with CNN at about eight-in-ten (79%).
The three major broadcast news networks – ABC, CBS and NBC – have more of a mix of Democrats and Republicans among those who name these outlets as their main sources for political news. For example, the makeup of those who name NBC News as their main source is 57% Democratic versus 38% Republican. New York Times is a main source for a comparatively large share of young adults
People whose main political news source is The New York Times or NPR are most likely to be under age 50 Looking across the eight most commonly named main sources for political and election news, NPR and The New York Times have greater appeal to younger Americans. About six-in-ten of those who name NPR (64%) or The New York Times (63%) as their primary political news source are under age 50.
The New York Times has the highest proportion of adults ages 18 to 29 who name it as their main source, at 29%. Those ages 30 to 49 are most likely to name NPR (49%). Among those who named MSNBC, CBS News or Fox News as their main source for political news, about seven-in-ten are ages 50 and older. Women more likely than men to turn to network TV outlets
A few other demographic differences stand out among those who name each of these eight outlets as their main source for political and election news. Women are much more likely than men to favor network TV, as they make up about six-in-ten or more of those who cite CBS (70%), ABC (60%) or NBC (58%) as their main source for political news. Those who name NPR and The New York Times as their main source tend to be more educated, with about seven-in-ten in each group having at least a bachelor’s degree (68% and 72%, respectively). And while those who name Fox News as their main news source are predominantly white (87%), nearly half of those who rely on CNN are some other race or ethnicity (47%).