Hmm, during the primaries I would agree. During the general, it has been the opposite. In fact in June they canned every conservative talk show host in the SF Bay area and replaced them with pro Hillary pro Left/Democratic shows. One of the shows moved to a different station ID but became very much like CNN in terms of discussing the two candidates. There are some shows on FOX which support Trump but CNN, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, CBS, and CNBC, UPN, and even to a large extent NPR have gone out of their way to ignore evidence showing corruption in the current party in power (including the candidate) and hyping stories about Trump being a womanizer. This is the Hegalian dialectic in action: own both sides of the argument to promote the narrative you wish.
Okay, Trump said something mean on Twitter and you know it. Great, that is a kind of fact (not really if you look at evidence), but I'll concede the point for this discussion. However, what is wrong with fixing immigration and controlling our borders? That gets him labelled racist, but is that really a racist policy? That narrative is not occurring. On the same line, what his Hillary's position and why is that not being questioned? We heard more in the debate last night on the issue than HIllary has ever said, and she has no policy different from Obama. This is what journalists should be doing, and really are not.
How is her plan to increase taxes and make Government a massive job provider good for the economy? How does her plan to force companies to profit share bad for the economy? Again, we hear about Trump saying a mean thing but very little on the issues if anything at all. If you looked at those Truth about Trump videos I mentioned and fact checked, you would see that most of the narrative about Trump being a bad guy are simply not true (I just gave the racist example). Does not mean he's perfect, but the imperfections are not being used to further policy dialogue. They are being used to install a candidate that people really didn't want running. The email leaks show the DNC using every dirty trick in the book to both get Hillary the nomination and Trump to be pitted against her. The only person easier for her to be would have been Cruz because he is legally not allowed to be President due to being born in Canada. Federal law requires natural born citizen and even provides an exact definition. Why are so many in media now anti-Trump and still pro-Cruz? Analyze the game and you can see it is being rigged at many different levels, but you have to have facts to analyze to making any rational conclusions.