March 13th 2019
Using the left/right media biases from MediaBiasFactCheck, we take the most frequent phrases in the past week, subtract frequencies from the prior week, and subtract frequent phrases in the center-rated media.
This week, right media concerned itself with Michael Jackson and
The Left was interested in “constituent women”, “superhero”, African and working, queer arts, asylum seekers, citizenship questions, primary debates, Labour and communist parties, and Jewish people. Also white nationalists, and dual loyalty. Michael Jackson was noted for “undeniable facts” about him.
Whereas the Right referred to champions league and a football club with respect, the Left media referred to “barstool sports”. The Left noted events, such as Manafort’s sentencing and DHS’s pronouncements, and the foreign entities, “Kurdish region” and “Fidel Castro” while the Right simply concerned itself with “House Foreign Affairs”. The Left pushed the novel phrases “mystery of Trump” and “real-life impeachable offense”. The Right made hay out of international women’s day.
The Left put an AI-drone data analysis project on its hot list.
LEFT MEDIA NEW OBSESSIONS OF THE WEEK ENDING MAR 12
RIGHT MEDIA NEW OBSESSIONS OF THE WEEK ENDING MAR 12
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