October 28, 2021

Media

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Reporter who broke Clinton-Lynch tarmac story found dead
The reporter who broke the story about the secret tarmac meeting between ex-President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch was found dead by first responders at his home in Hoover, Alabama on Saturday morning. Read More.
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Did negating Trump improve the national conversation?
The seemingly omnipotent media cultural complex have silenced the single most newsworthy public figure on the planet. And to what end? Read More.
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Closer look at Facebook's stealth censorship
Facebook is under fire for reversing its policy on censoring posts relating to the origins of Covid-19. But does anyone expect this entity, more powerful than nations, to be held to account? Read More.
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Media ignored clues on Covid origins for 17 months
For 17 months, WorldTribune and other independent media have reported on the evidence that Covid originated in a lab in Wuhan, China. And for 17 months the corporate media characterized those reports as "conspiracy theories" while Big Tech suppressed the sharing of such information on Facebook and Google search. Read More.
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U.S. media outlets still being subsidized by China
The new disclosure forms are out, and they reveal the latest update on U.S. media companies taking advertising money from a propaganda organ of the Chinese Communist Party. Read More.
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Widow of Steve Jobs is 'Soros' of left-wing media: Book
The revelation that Laurene Powell Jobs is the largely unknown mogul of left-wing news media is the most significant finding in the new book "Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption", the book's author said. Read More.
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Media believe 4,178 reports of deaths after Covid vaccine are lies
The Covid narrative obedience brigade was out in full force following reports that thousands of Americans may have died after receiving Covid vaccines. Read More.
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No apologies or rescinded Pulitzers for wrong stories
In the news business, the use of "sources" as a vehicle for introducing key information into a story plays a big role in earning print space or air time for hot news. Political stories, especially those which favor the "woke" position and the cancel culture attitude, frequently rely upon "anonymous sources" to tie questionable political conduct to decision makers whom they oppose. Read More.
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The Washington Post puts a lid on fact-checking
After Joe Biden's first 100 days in office, the Washington Post has put a lid on fact checking the White House. Read More.
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False narrative revealed in MSNBC's Jan. 6 documentary
An MSNBC documentary that aired earlier this week unwittingly revealed that the establishment narrative of the “violent insurrection at the Capitol” on Jan. 6 is not only false, its perpetuation is part of an organized, professional, political propaganda operation. Read More.
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CNN director: 'Our focus was to get Trump out of office'
A new undercover video released by Project Veritas shows a CNN director admitting the leftist network engaged in propaganda with the goal of removing President Donald Trump from office. Read More.
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MSNBC analyst dies month after receiving Covid vaccine
Midwin Charles, a 47-year-old legal analyst for MSNBC, passed away one month after receiving at least one experimental coronavirus shot, reports say. Read More.
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Off limits: No tough questions on Hunter's book tour
As he makes the rounds with corporate media personalities and late night talk hosts to promote his book, Hunter Biden is consistently bombarded with such probing questions as "why are you so awesome?" and "why is your father so awesome?" Read More.
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YouTube removes millions of 'dislikes' from Biden videos
The propagandists at YouTube have removed millions of "dislikes" from Biden's White House videos, a report said. Read More.
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Michael Flynn relatives sue CNN for defamation
Two of Michael Flynn's family members who said they were defamed by a CNN report which alleged they are affiliated with QAnon have sued the cable network for $75 million. Read More.

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