Something to understand about how bias works in the corrupt mainstream media is that it has less to do with what Obama’s Media Palace Guards cover than what you might think. Frequently, bias can be found in what isn‘t covered, but more often than not, bias comes from The Narrative. In order to destroy or build up something or someone, The News Narrative is used to drive and define whatever the MSM wants to drive and define. A perfect example is how the MSM all but ignored Obama potentially lying about his relationship with Bill Ayers but wouldn’t stop driving the story surrounding Herman Cain’s personal life. In fact, Cain’s private life trumped Fast and Furious, Solyndra, and anything having to do with Barack Obama’s own past — something his MSM Palace Guards wouldn’t look into in 2008 and surely won’t consider today.
Something else the corrupt MSM does is cover their collective butts. Even though media bias is now so obvious no one even bothers to pretend it doesn’t exist, for some reason entities like the Washington Post still like to pretend it’s a serious, objective, and responsible news outlet — which is why we got this dropped on us on Christmas Day:
Solyndra: Politics infused Obama energy programs
Linda Sterio remembers the excitement when President Obama arrived at Solyndra last year and described how his administration’s financial support for the plant was helping create hundreds of jobs. The company’s prospects appeared unlimited as Solyndra executives described the backlog of orders for its solar panels.
Then came the August morning when Sterio heard a newscaster announce that more than a thousand Solyndra employees were out of work. Only recently did she learn that, within the Obama administration, the company’s potential collapse had long been discussed.
“It’s not about the people; it’s politics,” said Sterio, who remains jobless and at risk of losing her home. “We all feel betrayed.”
Since the failure of the company, Obama’s entire $80 billion clean-technology program has begun to look like a political liability for an administration about to enter a bruising reelection campaign.
Meant to create jobs and cut reliance on foreign oil, Obama’s green-technology program was infused with politics at every level, The Washington Post found in an analysis of thousands of memos, company records and internal e-mails. Political considerations were raised repeatedly by company investors, Energy Department bureaucrats and White House officials.
By finally bothering to look into the kind of scandal the MSM would’ve used to bedevil George W. Bush at every turn, the Washington Post is now on record devoting 2600 words to the story.
However, what the Washington Post quite deliberately did was to drop the story on — of all days — Christmas Day, into the Media Dead Zone between between Christmas and New Year’s.
What the Washington Post deliberately did was make sure this story won’t become a part of The Narrative, a narrative that would (and should) damage Their Precious One.