From Hillary Clinton's interview with the Hollywood Reporter:
How can the left combat Fox News?
It's really a shame that all the people who support progressive politics and policies haven't understood that that's exactly the right question to ask. We do have some well-off people who support Democratic candidates, there's no doubt about that, but they've never bought a TV station. They've never gobbled up radio stations. They've never created newspapers in local communities to put out propaganda. That's all been done not just by Murdoch and Fox, but by Sinclair and by the Koch brothers and by so many others who have played a long game about how we really influence the thinking of Americans.
This is comical. Has Clinton never listened to NPR? Watched MSNBC? Read the New York Times? Mickey Kaus used to make the point that left-wing media bias actually helped Republicans because the Democrats didn't even realize that the press was tilted in their favor and thus were hurt by being deluded into a skewed view of reality. Clinton seems to be under the impression that the press is against the Democrats. And for Democrats who also claim that a free and independent press is essential to democracy — "dies in darkness," etc. — the idea that it would somehow be good for the country or desirable if independent news outlets were replaced by Democratic partisan "propaganda" is just plain weird.