2000 v. 2020: A Study in Media Bias

(FRC) If Americans thought the 2000 election was painful, buckle up. This is like five Floridas, Victor Davis Hanson warns. Dealing with contested counts in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania is the mother of all contested elections. Which is why, he writes, “Millions of voters find it rich that suddenly the Democratic Party is vouching for a pristine voting count” — after four years of warning that the system was irrevocably broken! And where is the media in all of this? Messaging for the Left instead of reporting.

“It’s very different [from 2000],” John Stemberger agreed on “Washington Watch.” How they handled Al Gore’s challenge was night and day with how these seven days have gone.  (Read More)