A recent article published by the Baltimore Sun clearly reveals the paper’s biased coverage regarding the race between Democratic Councilwoman Cathy Bevins and her opponent, Republican Ryan Nawrocki.
The Sun writes ad-nauseam about something that occurred nearly 11 years ago between a couple that is now happily married and raising a family.
This is not the first time we have interceded regarding these “hit pieces” for various politicians that the publication favors.
We also question why the Sun waited until just before the election to write its article, especially considering The Baltimore Post covered this story back April 12, 2018. The ultimate reason for the timing, in our opinion, is to show its obvious bias for Councilwoman Bevins.
Our guess is that, if you dig deep enough, you’ll find what you’re looking for, and in some cases, you may get some mud in your eye because you never know who’s watching over your shoulder.
In our opinion, the article was clearly an orchestrated effort by The Sun to impact what some pundits are calling a “very close” race for the 6th Councilmanic seat. However, The Sun is doing so by withholding some very important facts.
The Baltimore Post is not a partisan publication; rather, we seek the truth and try to be fair. The Sun’s rendition of the incident in question really omits some very important details.
What is troubling is that The Sun reporter clearly had knowledge of the document shown below. The Post has the emails sent to The Sun reporter prior to its story being published. To be clear, we did not seek this information; rather it was sent to us.
We have decided to redact a majority of the report and not sensationalize something that took place in 2007. We question why, if The Sun decided to go back to 2007 and look for something that took place that long ago, how did it miss something equally as important that took place in 2011?
If a small media company can find this information, why can’t Baltimore’s supposedly well renowned newspaper accomplish the same truth-finding mission?
In our final analysis, The Baltimore Post gives The Baltimore Sun a D in this R-rated article.
As always, “You read; you decide.”
(Note: The Baltimore Post has redacted most of the details except for the actual court document.)
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