Columbia Journalism Review Calls Out the Media for Misinformation


We're all familiar by now with the Russia collusion hoax. A hoax that was cooked up by the Hillary campaign, probably with Hillary's knowledge if it wasn't her idea in the first place. Hillary campaign cooks it up. They involve the FBI and the deep state. The deep state then leaks falls accusations of Russia collusion to the media, the media is only too eager to collaborate. There's massive communication traffic going on between the FBI on the one hand and other agencies of the government feeding inaccurate information to various media outlets, including in the end The New York Times, The Washington Post, really all of them, all the major media are in on this. And all of this is now come to light. It started to come to light with Robert Mueller looking at this and going to the astonishment, by the way, dean baquet, who's the executive out of The New York Times, says he says he was stunned when he realized that he goes holy as obscenity. Bob Mueller is not going to do it, meaning he's not going to find Trump guilty of any kind of Russia collusion. And of course, this is what the media had been reporting for for years. And so the real kind of new development is an article in the Columbia journalism review, written by a media insider. We're talking about a guy who is deeply connected, he used to work for The New York Times. In fact, the Columbia journalism review was edited by a guy Kyle Pope, whose wife, Kate Kelly, is a reporter for the Washington bureau of The New York Times. So we're talking now about a part of the journalistic establishment. And this is a giant article in depth. And it goes on for it seems like about a hundred pages. It's four parts long. And the striking thing about it is that it in systematic detail, even though it has a kind of friendly bias toward the media. It goes on to say, guys, you really blew it here.

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