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

But, their complete absence of coverage of former Democratic National Committee interim Chairwoman Donna Brazile’s allegations that the Clinton campaign “rigged” the 2016 Democratic Party nomination process made evident they no longer care to maintain appearances of impartiality.

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

If Clinton’s campaign commanded the party’s resources, why would it expand any to rival Bernie Sanders’s campaign, that outperformed even the most experienced political analysts’ expectations at the primaries — even in what we have now discovered was a drawback.

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 addressed the Brazile allegations in a series of tweets Friday afternoon:

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