Media networks had 13X more coverage of “March For Our Lives” compared to “March For Life” … and no coverage at all of the March Against Monsanto

Tuesday, April 3, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Tuesday, April 03, 2018

It’s no big secret that the media controls people’s perceptions of reality by picking and choosing which news topics to report, and which news topics not to report. And its coverage of the recent “March for Our Lives” gun control protests is no exception, having received 13 times the amount of airtime compared to the similarly named, pro-life “March for Life” event that’s been taking place in Washington, D.C., and around the country for many decades.

According to reports, the major broadcast networks have been covering the “March for Our Lives” events ad nauseam, making it appear as though most of the country supports eliminating the Second Amendment (which couldn’t be further from the truth). Meanwhile, they’ve all but completely ignored the “March for Life” events where tens of thousands of Americans are making their voices heard about the evils of abortion.

Even the so-called “Women’s March” has gotten more media attention than “March for Life” – though “March for Our Lives” has gotten the most coverage by far. And people are really starting to notice this disparity, some of them expressing outrage on Twitter and other social media sites about the mainstream media’s blatant perpetuation of its own deceptive narrative.

“Tomorrow the American media will give massive coverage to another leftwing march in Washington while continuing the tradition of mostly ignoring the actual March for Life,” tweeted The Resurgent writer Erick Erickson on his Twitter account.

“Really looking forward to the wall-to-wall coverage of next year’s March for Life now that the mainstream media has decided to care about massive political marches populated largely by young people,” commented Alexandra DeSanctis, a Buckley Fellow at the National Review and co-host of “Ordered Liberty” with David French.

March for Life is the most well-established public protest, and yet it routinely receives the least media coverage

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