I'm not trying to speak for the OP here, but I have a similar sentiment. I can't stand President Trump. But I've almost completely reading news from several outlets I truly enjoy like The Atlantic, NPR, fivethrityeight, and the New Yorker. Not because of "fake news" but because of obviously biased and poor representation. For example, The Atlantic ran an article a month into Trump's presidency about automation and how many middle class jobs weren't coming back to America. Everything in the article was factual, however it was something they largely had avoided during the previous president's tenure. Additionally, the tone of the article suggested blame on the executive branch for not dealing with the issue. This was a week into his presidency. Or how many articles have there been portraying the POSSIBLE executive order reforming H1-B visas that cast it in the light of being xenophobic? Most here have a far better understanding of the process than the average American, and know of abuses far beyond those of SoCal Edison or Disney. I'm all too familiar with PewDiePie. As the father of a young minecraft gamer that loves youtube videos... He has been responsible for far more "teachable moments" with my son than I would like. So I have watched far more of his videos than I would have cared too. I can't stand the guy. Just like President Trump, there are plenty of things to take issue with this idiot than to fabricate or send of out of context videos to Disney laying the underlying reputation on it to make it seem as though that were how things actually happened. Dammit, it pisses me off that trusted media outlets could make me feel sympathetic toward people I can't stand. For my old guy get off the lawn rant... I believe in journalism as the fourth estate. I grew up on Rather, Brokaw, and Jennings. Maybe I was young and naive, or maybe now I'm just more cynical... But dammit I've never had this much contempt for journalism in this country.