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The press is the enemy

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My comment, which I don’t think violated the TOS, was moderated and will not appear on the site. No bias here, nope.

EDITED TO ADD: I showed this to my wife, and her reply was “It’s their website, they can do what they want.”

I don’t want anyone to think that I support making their bias illegal. I am, however calling them out for being lying hypocrites for making the claim that the press is an unbiased purveyor of the truth. I am also calling social media for blocking so-called “false news” when their version is no closer to the truth than any other.

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Yeah, the media in all its forms is the enemy, but only in the sense that Marxist progressives are the enemy, and much larger and more dangerous than just the media, which is one one of the many tools of the Marxist progressive project that has been ongoing for a hundred years.

The most important phase of a coup is the first phase – to take control of the national media.

Then stuffing the ballot boxes.

Turning the capitol into a loyalist military encampment.

Finally persecuting political opposition.
[we are here]

Then the camps.

“It’s their website, they can do what they want.”

She’s saying the FCC’s content dictates for a TV broadcast license don’t exist, and anybody can broadcast any editorial content they want as long as they don’t interfere with a frequency already in use?

No, the mainstream media is actually a captive quasi-governmental operation, cartelized into six companies which control 90% of the market. The CIA used to call the press the Mighty Wurlitzer, after the organ at the ball game which leads everyone to do the same thing at the same time.

She is correct, because we are talking about their website, where they are controlling the conversation. I don’t like it, and I think it is dishonest as hell, but it isn’t illegal. Nor do I think it should be.

Clearly, it’s a website which has gained no advantage from its position as one face of an entity with a government monopoly grant of legal privilege (similar to a patent). No; this web site could just as well be yadayada.blogspot. It earned all its traffic organically from its good reporting. Nothing related to it being Channel Six. Do not look at the 800 pound FCC in the room.

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