Kansas City MSM Works To Explain The Mahomes Slump

Local media work diligently to defuse skepticism about the greatness of Patrick Mahomes.

Here's one example that exaggerates legit complaints . . .

"Hundreds of fans aren't happy with what they're seeing on the field. They're so unhappy that as of Sunday morning more than 400 people had signed a Change.org petition to bench star quarterback Patrick Mahomes

By Sunday night nearly 800 people had added their names . . . Ironically, this petition comes 4-years after another Chiefs fan started a petition to bench then-Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith and give Mahomes his first NFL start."

Accordingly, here's a bit of media literacy in order to take a peek at the Overton window in action and how it's easily manipulated  . . . 

This report uses the same tactic MSM employs when they highlight a "deplorable" person and align their nasty rhetoric with far more legit and mainstream dissent.

For instance . . . Not everyone who disagrees with vaccine mandates is one of those cornflakes who take up horrific Holocaust analogies.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .

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