Media Attracting Attention to March For Science, Hide One Major Fact…

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 11: Anti-Donald Trump protesters march in the street on Fifth Avenue, November 11, 2016 in New York City. The election of Trump as president has sparked protests in cities across the country. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

The enormous amount of news coverage of the March for Science on Saturday wasn’t commensurate at all with the turnout according to the The Daily Wire :

NBC News estimated that only “about 10,000 gathered” in Washington, D.C. The scene was the same in many cities: The St. Louis Dispatch said a “few thousand” turned out for the march there; “Thousands of people” marched in downtown Chicago, reported ABC7Chicago; “several thousand protesters” gathered on Boston Common, reported WBUR News.

But that pales in comparison to what march organizers – and news organizations – expected. In Chicago, “organizers expected more than 40,000 to attend,” ABC7 reported. In D.C., “tens of thousands of people are expected to rally to the National Mall,” Newsweek reported in the run-up to the event. In Boston, “around 20,000 people are expected to assemble,” Newsweek said.

It seems the media is willing to hop on any opportunity to create a narrative, rather than recreate and report the facts.


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