Pointing our glaring bias in our media outlets is almost passe, but we do need to keep doing it. Media outlets like the Milwaukee paper are no longer trustworthy news sources. Their editorial bias has deeply infected their news content. They are simply a propaganda machine for the Democratic Party. They may occasionally run a story counter to the narrative, but that is either accidental or an intentional fig leaf to provide a veneer of objectivity.
In this case, the constant attack on Senator Johnson is an intentional campaign designed to unseat him next year if he chooses to seek reelection. The Milwaukee paper is just a participant in the campaign. You shouldn’t read anything more into their attacks than you would if they were printed on Democratic Party letterhead.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s double standard when it comes to U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) and suspended Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Brett Blomme is a glaring one.
The Journal Sentinel, in its latest relentless attack piece against Johnson, this one by Molly Beck and Patrick Marley, is fervently highlighting the fact that he received donations from an out-of-state business owner who said horrific things about Muslims. This comes on top of a series of other scathing articles, all meant to falsely paint Johnson as a racist in what smacks of a blatant attempt to help the left flip his Senate seat.
However, the newspaper is not running the same fervently negative toned hit jobs – er, stories – on Milwaukee County Children’s Court Judge Brett Blomme’s ties to prominent Democrats, including U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore (D-Wisconsin), Milwaukee Common Council President Cavalier Johnson, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, state Sen. Tim Carpenter, and the state Democratic Party, which helped fund his judicial campaign a few months ago. (The complaint charging Blomme alleges that he shared vile rape videos of toddlers and other children, some using courthouse IP addresses.)