If you want another example of how the liberal media tries to bury stories that go against their agenda, read this article by Jonathan Strong in conservative commentator Tucker Carlson's Daily Caller. It involves efforts by numerous liberal journalists to bury the Jeremiah Wright story during the 2008 election.
One of the main players, Chris Hayes deserves mention. He writes for the left-wing The Nation and is one of the regulars on MSNBC shows like Keith Olbermann's Countdown and Rachel Maddow's show. Chris is always there to bash some conservative/Republican figure or cause because, he, like his MSNBC hosts, is a left-wing ideologue.
That's fair enough, but if Hayes (and others) is engaged in sweeping news stories under the rug and hoping they will die from inattention, he is hardly a professional journalist. He is more along the lines of a Dan Rather. Rather deliberately floated a story about George W Bush, based on forged documents, in a desperate effort to bring about Bush's electoral defeat. This story, if true, means that liberal journailsts tried to manage the news to bring about Barack Obama's electoral victory.
Of course, you can argue that Carlson is a conservative commentator, and therefore, the story is bogus. Perhaps. I would suggest, however, that we all should want to learn the truth beind this story. If true, then our media is in pretty sad shape.
But you knew that already, didn't you?