Sarah Palin to 'Objective' Media: Declare Your Biases
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said that mainstream media members who inject their anti-conservative biases while feigning objectivity should just declare their allegiances outright instead of claiming to be unbiased voices.
In an appearance on Fox News' On the Record on Friday, Palin, when discussing what aspects of the media she despises, said, "I don't like an unfair, biased media unless they declare that... they are biased and are opinion talkers."
She said those who are supposed to be journalists and get the "who, what, when, where, why" for the American people often betray them by not declaring their point of view upfront and letting the American people judge for themselves.
That is a point Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow and Editor-at-Large John Nolte have regularly argued, that outlets like CNN and Politico that promote liberals and bash conservatives under the guise of objectivity deserve increased scrutiny.
"I don't like those who so interject their own opinion that they become very unfair," Palin said of those who present themselves as objective journalists.
On Saturday, Palin will close out CPAC, where the liberal biases of mainstream journalists are often exposed, for the second time in the last three years.