Great article on infowars.com on how Ron Paul rules twitter, but the mainstream media is continually ignoring him.
The graph below confirms that the establishment media is pushing Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney while ignoring Ron Paul.
Interestingly, the corporate media paid more attention to Barack Obama during the South Carolina primary than his presumptive Republican opponents.
The Post describes @mentionmachine as an “app that monitors Twitter and media across the Web for political candidate mentions, revealing trends and spikes that show where the conversation is and why. It launched Jan. 3, the day of the Iowa caucuses, and will run through the presidential election in November.”
The Republican establishment and corporate media have tried to ignore Paul since the campaign began. Chris Wallace of Fox News said the results in Iowa would not count if Paul won. Iowa governor Terry Branstad said in December that if Paul won the caucus in his state Republicans should ignore the victory.
Earlier this month, CNN correspondentDana Bash said she was “worried” about Ron Paul’s success in New Hampshire. Paul’s campaign cut off an interview with her after she tried to blame Paul for a media swarm in a New Hampshire restaurant that forced Paul to cut short a meet and greet, a situation that was created by the media.
The Post’s app adds more weight to the argument that the establishment media is purposely undermining the Paul campaign by either ignoring the candidate or negatively covering him.
In addition to the obvious establishment media campaign to defeat Paul, there is evidence that the voting process is being manipulated in order to defeat him.
Read about the suspected voter fraud surrounding Ron Paul’s campaign–click here.
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