Sharyl Attkisson: Media Giving the Public 'An Artificial Reality'
Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson discussed the state of the American media, in the wake of contested stories about President Trump.
Attkisson said she worked for three years at CNN, one of the organizations considered critical of the White House.
She said the over the past few years, there has been "a huge sea change" in the media's position as an unbiased arbiter toward one that pushes narratives.
Attkisson said the mainstream media, like lobbyists, see Trump as a "threat" to their "establishment" culture and even their jobs.
In turn, she said the media has largely shifted to be critical of the White House at every turn.
"We are getting an artificial reality created by people who are putting out narratives," Attkisson said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
"People sense they're not getting an accurate picture," she said.
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