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March for Our Lives (photo: Wiki­media Commons)

ABC, CBS, and NBC spent almost a half hour cov­ering the March for Our Lives on Sat­urday night, according to News­Busters.

On Jan. 19, the same net­works spent slightly more than two minutes on the March for Life.

The media should be ashamed.

Jour­nal­istic integrity demands honest reporting. While this does not always mean second-for-second cov­erage, reporting requires some sem­blance of fairness.

Like the March for Our Lives, the March for Life hap­pened in Wash­ington, D.C.

Like the March for Our Lives, the March for Life drew thou­sands — if not hun­dreds of thou­sands — of people.

Like the March for Our Lives, the March for Life is led by the rising gen­er­ation.

Unlike the March of Our Lives, the March for Life has con­sis­tently attracted enormous crowds for nearly 45 years. That merits more than two minutes of cov­erage.

With such undis­guised biased cov­erage, it’s no wonder that America’s trust in media has dropped eight per­centage points in the last year, according to Gallup.

The American audience deserves better.