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Hugh Hewitt: The Collapse of Trust in Television News

We are watching today a collapse of trust in television news, especially cable news.

Certainly, a percent or two of the 330 million Americans “trust” a handful of broadcasters with whom they agree. Rush Limbaugh probably has the highest raw number of devoted listeners who really trust him—but he has no one even remotely his equal on television.

The vast majority of Americans believe, with good reason, that all those TV talking heads on television are somewhere on the political spectrum and that all the journalists, producers and executives standing behind them bend the news to fit their politics.

Journalists of all shapes, sizes, platforms and personalities are presumed to be advancing an agenda because almost everyone on television is actually doing just that.

We need a new birth of news—new faces and production teams, new mission statements and, yes, new executives.

The Rome of television is in ruins, but it can be rebuilt.

For the good of the nation, it must be rebuilt.

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Media Sink to Tragic New Low


Townhall Review – June 13, 2020, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York talk about the New York Times‘ refusal to run an op-ed by Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton about the tragic decline of the New York Times.

Hugh Hewitt and Mike Allen, executive editor of Axios, talk about liberal media reluctance to ask hard questions of Democrats; Axios falls under that umbrella.

Larry Elder gives his take on how the general public views cops and looks at a recent poll that found all races have a favorable view of their local police.

Sebastian Gorka talks with reporter Andy Ngo about is regular coverage of Antifa and their effort to spread anarchy by finding new life in the riots of 2020.

Dennis Prager and Heather MacDonald, author of “The War on Cops,” look at a picture of the African American community that is vastly different from what many activists claim as fact.

Dennis Prager looks at how the left is increasingly threatening free thought in America today; you are simply not allowed to deviate from the leftist mantra.

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