Daily Archives: 1, April 10, 2022

U.S. Media Lies About Everything Is “least trustworthy in the world” However The Russia/Ukraine Coverage Is 100% Accurate

US… finished dead last among 46 countries in media trust — here’s why

The U.S. media is the least trustworthy in the world, according to a comprehensive new Reuters Institute survey encompassing 46 countries. 

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Trump endorses Mehmet Oz for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania

‘He even said I was in extraordinary health, which made me like him even more…’ Trump said of Mehmet Oz.

Donald Trump Endorses Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Race

‘Senate candidate [and Turkish citizen] Mehmet Oz says he’s a Pennsylvania resident now. So why’s he still hanging out in his New Jersey mansion?’

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‘The Philadelphia Inquirer tells us that they will no longer tell the truth in the news’

5 Pennsylvania GOP Senate Candidates Refuse Philadelphia Inquirer’s Grossly Biased Survey, Torch Paper As A ‘Biased’ ‘Rag’

That was then, and this is now: such stories, when they are printed at all, don’t say ‘A 21-tear-old black male’ but just a ’21-year-old male’ was killed. To identify the victim by race would be to, as the Sacramento Bee once said about publishing mugshots, “perpetuat(es) stereotypes about who commits crime in our community.”

Translation: to the publisher and editors of the Inquirer, telling the truth is racist! To Lisa Hughes and Gabriel Escobar and, apparently, to much of the newsroom, to be ‘anti-racist’ is to censor the news, to not tell Philadelphians and the other subscribers to the newspaper a truth that they already know, but a truth that the #woke[1] just can’t handle. How is that journalism rather than journolism?

If I had a billion dollars… I would buy The Philadelphia Inquirer… and re-establish it as a news organization that told the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. That’s what the city sorely needs.

In telling the truth about its history, The Philadelphia Inquirer tells us that they will no longer tell the truth in the news

by Dana Pico

It began on Tuesday, February 15th, with the huge headline on The Philadelphia Inquirer’s website, “Black City. White paper. The summer of 2020 forced a reckoning for the country, Philadelphia, and its newspaper. But after perpetuating inequality for generations, can The Inquirer really become an anti-racist institution?

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1984 The Good Old Days