Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 month ago

What do you make of the founder of The Intercept leaving because the editors refused to publish a story unless he removed all criticism of?

Biden from the story?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Yeah, that's not what happened.  The editors demanded that he actually have sources and evidence for claims he was making.  From all the reporting I've seen, Greenwald was a cancer on that organization.  He got too far up his own *** and thinking that he was great crusading journalist and that anyone who disagreed with him was somehow out to persecute him for political purposes. 

  • 1 month ago

    It is a tiny symptom of a much greater problem.

    The real, would-be rulers of the globe now have all their ducks in a row. Some of the main protagonists are getting old and they want to witness the final push. The US needs to be brought into line before President Trump undoes their work and sets them back a few years.

    To do that they need to control most of the politicians in the world. Blackmail works and honey traps are effective. Anyone with a massive following is also co-opted. That includes Hollywood and the music industry. Top level bureaucrats also need to be involved and finally the media needs to be on board. Glen Greenwald wanted to tell his version of the truth and the editor would not let him hence the resignation.

    That way they can spin any story they want. For instance, if the White House was blown up how would you know? People close by would probably find out but what about people who never see it in their normal lives? They rely on the media and if the media do not report it then, as far as they are concerned, it never happened.

    That is happening to the current Biden stories. People "know" it is not true because it is not in the media. The same goes for what you think about President Trump. If you know him personally that is one thing. Everyhone else relies on the media. What if they are not telling the truth?

  • Robert
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    I think it's typical of a slanted and horrible press in today's environment.   

  • 1 month ago

    It's nice to see a journalist that still has held on to his integrity. 

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  • 1 month ago

    It's a healthy trend - - people are finally standing firm on their principles

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