...given the news blackout on the midterms imposed by the liberal media.
During those 2006 elections, there was a flurry of campaign coverage, as to be expected from news networks historically interested in covering the election process in America. From September 1 (the unofficial kick-off of the campaign season) through October 26 – almost two full months – there were 118 full reports on CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, and ABC World News Tonight; there were another 86 stories that mentioned the campaign — for a total of 204 stories.In the exact same time frame in 2014, there were 31 stories, a disparity of more than six to one.In 2006, NBC had 79 stories on the midterm elections. This year, 15.In 2006, CBS had 75 stories. This year, 16.In 2006, ABC filed 50 reports. This year, not one.