Media bias

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It would be bias, for example, to show a flower in bloom in order to falsely promote a speech given by President George W. Bush.

Media bias refers to any case where a media institution does not report to you the truth but instead offers a biased version of what happened. Unfortunately, you will not get the belly laughs you are looking for without first specifying whether you are researching right-wing or left-wing media bias. UNCYCLOPEDIA always tries to avoid having readers encounter jokes about the bias of an institution whose bias is the bias they are looking for.

If you want information on left-wing media bias, you might try:

If you want information on right-wing media bias, you might try:

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