Re: "delivered selectively, out-of-order. and out-of-context..."
Correct. There is no such thing as unbiased. Media cannot report everything so must always choose what is important, which is a value judgement, which is to say irreducibly ideological.
Candidate A's lies are vital to report because Candidate A represents an existential threat to democracy, so every plausible story which undermines him is important. Candidate B's lies are just the usual peccadilloes of politicians no more worthy of reporting than Obama's breakfast choices.
To the extent there is any solution it is to read competing accounts, to see what other people pushing different angles believe are the important facts. This is the same reason trials have prosecution and defence. It's the same reason scientists try to tear each other's theories to shreds - though this usually takes at least a generation.
If you only hear one side you'll easily be convinced the other side cannot possibly have any merit. If you then conclude it's not worth hearing, there is no way back for you.