ST PAUL, MN–MPR News has pointed out that a video shared by Trump was edited and out of context, when a Democrat said something potentially offensive: “…some people did something,” while referring to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America.
Acknowledging the above text, and understanding that the MPR article appears to explain the offense away as “edited” and “out of context”, one question comes to mind: How often is an offensive quote from Trump or a Republican, said during a speech or quoted from a larger text, given the same treatment by MPR or mainstream media in general?
Excerpt from MPR article critical of taking words out of full quotes and context when related to a Democrat:
How come the media doesn’t explain why Trump’s offenses aren’t offensive in an article using full quote and the full context of his comments? There are no protests on that irony. Bias maybe?
You will not find Trump’s full speech or the exact context of his comments in this MPR News article, nor will you find an excuse for his offenses, nor will you find even that consideration.
Trump’s quote simply may be edited out of context, but that is not mentioned, we don’t know for certain… There is no “edited” in the headline of their article based on a singular Trump quote:
The way it seems, is if you are a Democrat, a liberal progressive, or left-leaning individual or entity, to the news media, you may be infallible and worth explaining or condoning or making an excuse for or getting a pass, or worthy of being treated fairly. Anything else and you don’t get it. Where is the objectivity in journalism today?