CNN and MSNBC continue promoting the Democrat agenda, giving airtime to David Pepper, former head of Ohio’s Democratic Party, and his new book “Saving Democracy.” Pepper’s argument that democracy fails when Republicans win, along with his complaints about GOP “extremism,” ignores Democrat actions in states they control. Instead, he urges corporations like Disney to help with voter registration and getting voter ID, seemingly believing it would benefit Democrats.
Actions by statehouses, which Pepper believes are “unaccountable” when controlled by Republicans, should be scrutinized and held under a more unbiased lens. The national focus should not be on promoting the agenda of one party but rather on fostering meaningful, fair, and balanced discussions about the issues at hand. As major news networks, CNN and MSNBC should strive to provide unbiased coverage and promote a true sense of democracy in their broadcasts.