'Most' people are quite capable of making decisions for themselves about the validity or level of bias in the information they receive.
Then why don't they use that capability and perhaps consider the possibility that when CNN or MSNBC runs a story about how much Fox News and the GOP are exaggerating the heroics of Lynch during her capture, that they should not just assume that this is true, but should perhaps actually go look and see how much weight conservatives are really putting in this. It's just amazing to me how often liberals insist that as a conservative I really care more about X, or Y, or Z because that's all conservatives talk about, while I'm sitting there wondering what the **** they're talking about because I don't actually care much about those things, nor do any conservatives I talk to, nor do any right leaning sources I hear/see/read.
It doesn't take long as a conservative to come to the conclusion that liberals really have no freaking clue what conservatives actually care about, what we think, or why we hold the positions we do. Liberal viewpoints are so prevalent in media that conservatives are well aware of what liberals think. But since conservative viewpoints aren't as prevalent (you really have to intentionally go looking for them), many liberals depend solely on liberal media sources to tell them what conservatives think. As you might expect, this is quite often not accurate at all.
In fact, I'd wager a guess that you're not even up to 'average' in your ability to do the same.
And yet, I filtered out media coverage about the details (like whether she shot anyone) of Lynch's capture as unimportant while others thought it was so important that they held onto that factoid all these years and are sure that it was not because they themselves placed too much importance on it, but because someone else (conservatives in this case) did. Which is really really strange if you stop and think about it.