ABC, NBC Ignore All Obamacare Failures in 2016, CBS Barely Covers

Anyone paying close attention knows that the liberal media often ignores news that conflicts with its pro-leftist narrative. Of course the Media Research Center understands that — and the excerpt below is from their website. Until big-money conservatives step up and buy news networks that have some kind of reach, the facts about the massive failure of liberal policies will not reach enough Americans.

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This is from the above-titled article by Mike Ciandella:

The broadcast networks have refused to cover the repeated failures of Obamacare in 2016. During the entire year, ABC World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News have yet to give the floundering program any coverage at all, while CBS Evening News only found time to cover two of the Obamacare updates – and that only added up to 2 minutes and 18 seconds of coverage for the entire year.

To put that in perspective, these same three evening news shows managed to find 46 minutes and 49 seconds to dedicated to Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte running afoul of Brazilian police.

Here are some of the major Obamacare developments that the networks ignored:

February: Investigators from the Government Accountability Office successfully defraud the Obamacare system 11 out of 12 times.

No network evening news coverage

March: The Congressional Budget Office says that Obamacare will cost $136 billion more than predicted a year ago. The CBO also revealed that 9 million fewer people will have work-based coverage under Obamacare than if the law had never been enacted.

No network evening news coverage

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