On May 26, Sen. Bernie Sanders hosted his first major campaign rally since announcing his presidential candidacy last month. Staged on the banks of Lake Champlain in his hometown of Burlington, Vermont, the Sanders rally reportedly drew more than five thousand people, making it one of the largest campaign events of 2015, hosted by either a Democrat or a Republican.
But the sprawling rally didn’t cause much of a media stir. Rather than cover it as a major news event, the Washington Post ignored the rally in its print edition the next day, as did the New York Times, according to a search of the Nexis database. The network news programs that night covered the event in just a few sentences.
At a time when it seems any movement on the Republican side of the candidate field produces instant and extensive press coverage, more and more observers are suggesting there’s something out of whack with Sanders’ press treatment.
And they’re right.
Pay attention to this man. He’s the only candidate that’s actually anti-corporate greed who could win this election.
When the media activity snubs a politician it’s usually a good sign. Bernie sanders is the best hope we have right now. There is a reason why mainstream media doesn’t want you to know about him.
It’s because he’s not on their payroll, he doesn’t speak for big business. He is for the people