Sign the petition :
‘Viewers are noticing the extreme amount of
airtime that CNN and MSNBC are devoting to Donald
Trump, and they don’t like it. Over 200,000
viewers have signed a petition telling the two
cable networks to stop promoting Trump’s “racist
and homophobic” campaign’.
The Credo petition states:
“Within hours of Donald Trump proposing a ban on
all Muslims entering the United States, both
MSNBC and CNN interrupted their evening
programming to broadcast live footage from a
Trump campaign rally in South Carolina”.
“MSNBC took it a step further, quickly announcing
that Trump would appear live on its Morning Joe
program the next morning, for the second time in
just eight days”.
“The media’s obsession with Donald Trump has gone
“By relentlessly chasing ratings and devoting
massive airtime to Donald Trump interviews and
live coverage of his speeches, MSNBC and CNN are
providing Trump with free publicity that is
fueling his campaign”.
“MSNBC and CNN should be covering Trump as a
candidate, but should not be giving him a near
24/7 national platform to promote his racist and
“The media’s obsession with Donald Trump has real
consequences for our Democracy”.
“Desperate for ratings, the cable news networks
have decided to broadcast nearly-continuous
coverage of Donald Trump’s campaign at the
expense of giving real issues the coverage they
“We aren’t suggesting that MSNBC and CNN should
ignore Donald Trump entirely, but the near-
continuous coverage of recent weeks has got to
“And when they do cover Trump, they should
contextualize their coverage by pointing out his
long history of racism, Islamophobia and hate”.
December 23, 2015 By Taegan Goddard
Hillary Clinton on Donald Trump :
“I really deplore the tone of his campaign, the
inflammatory rhetoric that he is using to divide
people, and his going after groups of people with
hateful, incendiary rhetoric. Nothing really
surprises me anymore. I don’t know that he has
any boundaries at all. His bigotry, his bluster,
his bullying have become his campaign. And he has
to keep sort of upping the stakes and going even
— Hillary Clinton, quoted by the Des Moines
Register, on Donald Trump’.
Donald Trump from Art of the Deal :
“I play to people’s fantasies,” he writes’.
“People may not always think big themselves, but
they can still get very excited by those who do.
That’s why a little hyperbole never hurts. People
want to believe that something is the biggest and
the greatest and the most spectacular.”
“But my experience is that if you’re fighting for
something you believe in — even if it means
alienating some people along the way……..”
From : http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-