Fake news channels and newspaper suffering credibility crisis
by Alex Bruce
It’s been weeks since the Mueller Report was released, showing no Russian collusion in the bogus case against Trump, yet the Resist movement within the Mainstream Media continues full steam ahead to impeach the President.
Despite their viewership having dropped by one third in the past month and despite CNN receiving one sixth of the viewers of FOXNEWS, they don’t seem to be correcting themselves in any way or adjusting the tenor of their hysterical broadcasts. This is odd, also considering that they were hit by a $375M lawsuit from “MAGA Teen” Nick Sandmann, similar to the $350M lawsuit he filed against the Washington Post and the $275M case he filed yesterday against NBC/MSNBC, after these woke stalwarts of the MSM all piled on this innocent boy and irreversibly damaged his reputation with false accusations, simply because he was wearing a MAGA hat.
Sandmann will win these cases and several similar cases yet to be filed. Neither CNN, Washington Post nor NBC have expressed any contrition over their recklessness and their abject debasement of any semblance of journalism. They appear prepared to continue propagating malicious, Fake News and Sedition indefinitely. These household names are all courting the revocation of their broadcast licenses. It’s an extremely bizarre moment in US broadcasting history.
Tim Pool tells us that the same is true on the Internet, with this report that Google-YouTube’s parent company, Alphabet has lost $70 billion in in market capitalization, due to collapsed ad revenue from propagating their malevolent censorship algorithms upon us.
As someone who prospered for 5 years with online advertising but whose advertising revenue was cut by 90% from one month to the next, without any explanation or any hope of one, I feel somewhat vindicated today with this news. I knew that the small businesses that advertised on my site through Google’s AdSense platform had targeted my niche and were happily getting results. This policy, which hit me at the beginning of the 2016 election cycle and which was supposed to be about forcing the creation of content that was more “advertising friendly” was really about limiting the kind of content that the advertisers could choose from.
I want to get to the bottom of how all of these companies stay afloat, since they completely flout real market forces. Who is paying CNN and WaPo to lie hysterically like that, day in and day out? How long can this crazy state of affairs persist?
Running Time: 12 mins