2016 has seen the press engage in the most outrageous and biased coverage in American history.

Virtually the entire media complex shed its cloak of objective journalism to line up as a campaign apparatus of Hillary Clinton.

But even though these so-called “journalists” claimed they were just covering what they saw; leaked emails reveal media figures colluded with Democrats to rig the election.

As part of the latest WikiLeaks email dump, new messages from Democrat National Committee staffers reveal they were allowed to prepare questions for CNN’s Wolf Blitzer to ask Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.

The Daily Caller reports:

“CNN asked the Democratic National Committee for questions to ask during interviews with Donald Trump and Ted Cruz earlier this year, emails released by WikiLeaks on Sunday show.

“CNN is looking for questions,” reads an April 28 email entitled “Cruz on CNN” sent from DNC research director Lauren Dillon to other party officials and staffers. “Please send some topical/interesting ones.”

Several days before that, Dillon asked for questions for an interview that Trump was scheduled to have with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.

“Wolf Blitzer is interviewing Trump on Tues ahead of his foreign policy address on Wed,” she wrote in the email, entitled “CNN questions for Trump.”

The group of DNC staffers submitted numerous questions for Blitzer to ask of the real estate billionaire. But the interview ended up being cancelled, Dillon informed the DNC staff in a follow-up email.

“CNN said the interview was cancelled as of now but will keep the questions for the next one  Good to have for others as well,” Dillon wrote.

“Boo,” DNC deputy communications director Christina Freundlich responded.”

If that wasn’t bad enough, the DNC also provided research to a Washington Post columnist.

The Post’s Dana Milbank emailed Democratic National Committee staffers asking for opposition research to use in a column entitled ‘The Ten Plagues of Donald Trump’.

The Daily Caller reports:

“Internal DNC emails suggest Milbanks asked for — and then leaned heavily on — DNC opposition research on Trump for the article.

The day before Milbank’s article, DNC deputy communications director Eric Walker sent out an email to the DNC’s research team.

 In the email — which was titled “research request: top 10 worst Trump quotes?” — Walker

The DNC research team worked together to come up with a list of things Milbank could use that was provided to Walker.

Of the 10 “plagues” listed by Milbank, eight of them matched up with suggestions from the DNC.

The media’s scheming with Democrats is why polls show 45% of Americans now believe the press is a threat to the legitimacy of our elections.