Media Corruption


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Associated Press Cuts Ties with Gaza Freelancer Accused of Being Embedded with Hamas Terrorists

The company has now issued this statement:

The Associated Press had no knowledge of the Oct. 7 attacks before they happened.
The first pictures AP received from any freelancer show they were taken more than an hour after the attacks began. No AP staff were at the border at the time of the attacks, nor did any AP staffer cross the border at any time.
We are no longer working with Hassan Eslaiah, who had been an occasional freelancer for AP and other international news organizations in Gaza.
AP uses images taken by freelancers around the world. When we accept freelance photos, we take great steps to verify the authenticity of the images and that they show what is purported.
The role of the AP is to gather information on breaking news events around the world, wherever they happen, even when those events are horrific and cause mass casualties.

Israel’s Government Press Office (GPO), which regulates press access in Israel, has also issued a statement demanding explanations surrounding media coverage on the day.

GPO Director Nitzan Chen specifically called on the bureau chiefs of AP, Reuters, CNN and the New York Times to explain their links to the contributors as footage emerges of the alleged involvement on the day of Hassan Eslaiah.

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🔥 Florida Politics ran another encouraging legal story yesterday headlined, “Jury decides to ‘Take Care of Maya’ with verdict holding All Children’s liable after abuse claims.

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Yesterday, in a case partly prosecuted by an excellent Florida attorney who’d helped me with pandemic freedom cases, a jury found Johns Hopkins hospital — which kidnapped so many during covid — guilty of child abuse, battery, false imprisonment, and wrongful death. The jury awarded Maya Kowalski and her father $211 million in damages plus $50 million in punitive damages.

It still isn’t enough money.

In case you never heard of the story, despite the recent Netflix documentary, the disastrous tale began after Maya’s parents complained about the treatment ten-year-old Maya was receiving at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The hospital retaliated by calling DCF on the parents. The situation escalated and Maya was taken away from her parents, despite needing significant medical care at the time.

Things got worse. A bad court decision found that Maya’s mother potentially abused her daughter via Münchausen Syndrome by Proxy, and Maya was not allowed to live with her mother.

Since she was the obstacle, in order to get her daughter back home and out of the state system, her mother committed suicide.

The arrogant buffoons who run Johns Hopkins keep saying the hospital did nothing wrong, even though everyone else can see it. The jury should’ve awarded the hospital’s net worth to the Kowalskis, so that Johns Hopkins, which disgracefully revealed itself to be a dangerous CDC puppet during the pandemic, could desist from further plaguing we the living, instead passing forever into history’s black book of shame.

But $261 million is a good start.



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‘Bask in the Good News’; NBC Argues We Celebrate Economy ‘Going in the Right Direction’

NBC’s Today had an update Wednesday on inflation following Tuesday’s release of last month’s inflation numbers with prices rising 3.2 percent, but NBC liberals wanted us to “bask in the good news for a minute” with prices falling in all sorts of sectors before conceding “grocery prices are too high” and the public “doesn't feel” the way they’re supposed to (as in positively) about the country’s economic outlook.

“With the holiday season upon us, a lot of Americans are thinking about their money. How far will their money go? Well, the latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showing that, overall, prices have not changed much the last few months, but they're still up more than three percent from last year,” co-host Craig Melvin began before boasting “consumer prices are increasing at a slower rate than we've been seeing.”

Having recently made the turn to NBC/MSNBC after decades at CNN, senior business correspondent Christine Romans came right out with showing a disconnect between the New York and liberal elites (but I repeat myself) and the middle and working classes:

So, let’s bask in the good news for a minute. Remember when it was nine percent, the inflation rate? That was terrifying. And that was — that was issue number one for American families, So, 3.2 percent, that’s better than it was in September. That means prices are rising more slowly.

Romans brushed aside the fact that inflation’s “still” rising “faster than American families would want, but” nonetheless there’s been “a slow down in the inflation rate” with “airfare,” “gas prices,” and “used car prices” having fallen “last month and rents and, you know, shelter costs grew more slowly.”

She admitted that, despite stocks doing well, “most people care about the grocery bill” and it’s still “high.”

While Melvin and co-host Hoda Kotb repeatedly interspersed Romans’s analysis with “mmhmm’s” and “yeah’s”, co-host Savannah Guthrie brought things back to reality: “But I'll be the Negative Nellie. Grocery prices are still high. That’s what most people feel.”

Romans huffed that while “Fed economists” are “all excited” “about an inflation rate that’s slowing....the level of prices have” still “gone up the past two or three years” and “four of six categories that this [Consumer Price Index] measures — were higher in the most recent month.”

“So, people feel that the grocery bill today is higher than two years ago. And I think that's why the opinion polls show — everytime I say, guys, the economy’s doing okay, you know, the public says it doesn't feel that way. It doesn’t feel that way and I think grocery bills are a big part of that,”
she grudgingly added.


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Elon Musk About To Go ‘Thermonuclear’ on Media Matters for Bogus Hit Piece

The left-wing media watchdog group Media Matters for America (MMFA) has a sordid record of not only publishing absurd "fact-checks” but of bullying businesses that dare to advertise on conservative outlets, or even platforms they don’t approve it.

And Elon Musk has had enough of it.

At 2 a.m. ET on Saturday, Musk threatened to file a 'thermonuclear lawsuit' against Media Matters. "The split second court opens on Monday, X Corp will be filing a thermonuclear lawsuit against Media Matters and ALL those who colluded in this fraudulent attack on our company,” Musk wrote in a post on X/Twitter.

This week Media Matters for America posted a story that completely misrepresented the real user experience on X, in another attempt to undermine freedom of speech and mislead advertisers.
Above everything, including profit, X works to protect the public's right to free speech. But for speech to be truly free, we must also have the freedom to see or hear things that some people may consider objectionable. We believe that everyone has the right to make up their own minds about what to read, watch, or listen to - because that's the power of freedom of speech.
Despite our clear and consistent position, X has seen a number of attacks from activist groups like Media Matters and legacy media outlets who seek to undermine freedom of expression on our platform because they perceive it as a threat to their ideological narrative and those of their financial supporters. These groups try to use their influence to attack our revenue streams by deceiving advertisers on X.

Musk clarified in a subsequent post that the lawsuit will target Media Matters, "their board, their donors, their network of dark money, all of them."

On Friday, Media Matters published a report accusing X/Twitter of placing ads for brands like Amazon, Comcast Xfinity, NBA Mexico, NBCUniversal, and others next to content with white nationalist hashtags, prompting an exodus of advertisers.


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WaPo Reporter Who Questions Validity of Hunter's Laptop Was Recently Awarded for Using It As a Resource

But in this boilerplate defense screed, Viser has one deeply curious sentence. It is in reference to emails (what some might call “evidence”) that implicate the progeny, and it is amazing in a number of ways.

Information drawn from congressional testimony and a review of emails found on a copy of Hunter’s purported laptop that have been authenticated by The Post, illustrate how the president’s son and his partners benefited from his last name.

Try to imagine the feeling of writing that sentence and discovering an editor did not call you out on the sheer audacious prevarication on display. The use of “purported” is just the first red flag to go up, but to follow that up within the same sentence with how it has, in fact, been validated — by your own outlet, no less — should have led to a superior telling Viser to just go home for the Thanksgiving holiday and start fresh the following Monday. But all of this idiocy is far worse.

This is Viser delivering a pure falsehood, yes — one that he clearly knows to be the case, just on the basis of being a reporter who has not spent time in a coma the past few years. But more than this, Viser knows full well the laptop is valid and authentic, as he has used the contents of that computer as a reference for his work. And this was not done anonymously or by citing “sources close to the Bidens”; he has been praised for doing this.

At this year’s “Nerd Prom” — the White House Correspondents Association awards ceremony held in April — Viser received accolades from his peers. Unsurprisingly, it was for his crown polishing work on behalf of the president, something the WHCA assuredly swoons over on the regular. He was granted the Aldo Beckman Award for Overall Excellence In White House Reporting. In introducing him to the podium, we were told specifically what “excellence” he provided.

Viser captured the spirit of Joe Biden, particularly with his stories on how the president’s brother and his Catholic faith influenced his strategic vision of the office. His sourcing on the James Biden story was unusual, plumbing emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop to illuminate the relationship of the two brothers, and winning a rare interview with James Biden. Viser’s articles on Joe Biden’s presidency also were reported with historic context, written with an easy accessible style.

I’m sorry — how is that again?! He was “plumbing emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop” as “his sourcing” of content??? Huh. I wonder if Matt was aware that the laptop was a dubious item on which to base articles rooted in facts — according to Matt. Interesting to learn that he could be celebrated for his work, given that it was rooted in content mined from only a “purportedly” valid item.