Divide & Conquer.
The people who give bribes want to keep the American public divided so they can control us. They want us to argue about what is right and wrong, good and bad, so we don't notice the corruption going on. They benefit from this. They don't want a united America because then they would lose their power.
The media doesn't talk about the important issues facing the country because they are paid by the Bribe System establishment. They want people to fight with each other so they can distract them and make more money. It's important to be a good person, but being too focused on one side of an issue can cause problems for our society. We're so afraid of hearing different opinions that we end up refusing to consider the truth. This just creates more problems and doesn't help anyone.
The middle class in the United States has been disappearing since the 1980s when Reagan was president. Reagan's policies have given 50 trillion dollars to the richest 1% of Americans, taking it away from the middle class. People are losing everything, their lives, their jobs, their families, and their income. They have to work two jobs just to make ends meet. They thought they would be better off than their parents, but now they are worse off, and so are their children. They turn to violence and listen to right-wing politicians who blame immigrants and black people for their problems. They don't know that they have been tricked by Reagan and the Republican politicians who have been in power for the past 40 years.
The Bribers are the ones who are really controlling people. They tell them that the government is trying to control them, but it's really the Bribers who are doing it. The more unhappy people are, the easier it is for the Bribers to control them. Information has become a partisan issue. Dictators and authoritarians use this trick to accuse their opponents of doing what they are doing. People on the right don't believe the truth when they hear it because they think it's just another partisan issue. But there is only one truth. If people don't agree on the facts, democracy can be destroyed.