The Thursday evening news broadcasts on the “Big Three” television programs completely ignored allegations made that the Hillary Clinton campaign “rigged” the 2016 presidential primary, based on The Hill.

The network evening news broadcasts, “ABC World News Tonight,” “NBC Nightly News” and “CBS Evening News,” are not exactly known for their fair and unbiased reporting.

But, their complete absence of a policy of former Democratic National Committee interim Chairwoman Donna Brazile’s allegations the Clinton campaign “rigged” the 2016 Democratic Party nomination procedure made obvious they no longer care to maintain looks of impartiality.

“I had promised Bernie when I took the helm of the Democratic National Committee after the convention that I would get to the bottom of whether Hillary Clinton’s team had rigged the nomination process,” wrote Brazile, in a piece of her book just released to Politico. “By September 7, the day I called Bernie, I had found my proof and it broke my heart.”

Brazile outlined a scenario in which the Clinton campaign controlled the DNC’s fledgeling finances, a situation made under the stewardship of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), saying the campaign would control all of the party’s sources.

If Clinton’s campaign commanded the party’s resources, why would it extend some to rival Bernie Sanders’s campaign, that outperformed even the most seasoned political analysts’ expectations at the primaries, even at what we have now found was a drawback.

“Despite the Brazile blackout, the ABC, NBC and CBS evening newscasts all featured reports on special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation,” The Hill reported.

The networks continued to pay Monday morning’s indictment of former Trump campaign director Paul Manafort on charges not directly related to Russian interference in the election.

President Donald Trump dealt with the Brazile allegations in a series of tweets Friday afternoon:

 

 

Considering the media pays close attention to the president tweets, possibly the evening news broadcasts will probably be made to cover it Friday evening.