The Iraq war faceplant damaged the reputation of the press. Russiagate just destroyed it…
Nobody wants to hear this, but news that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is headed home without issuing new charges is a death-blow for the reputation of the American news media.
Nothing Trump is accused of from now on by the press will be believed by huge chunks of the population, a group that (perhaps thanks to this story) is now larger than his original base. As Baker notes, a full 50.3% of respondents in a poll conducted this month said they agree with Trump the Mueller probe is a “witch hunt.”
Next week, for the first time ever, 9/11 family members and advocates are taking legal action against the FBI aimed at forcing the Bureau to assess and report the evidence of the World Trade Center’s explosive demolition known to the FBI as well as other unreported 9/11 evidence.
In this video Max Igan provides us with an alternative view of the Christchurch massacre. By analyzing the background of the shooter, the live-streamed video of the event by Facebook, the media response and the government response, he concludes that the massacre has all the hallmarks of a false flag event, a black op or a Manchurian-candidate like event.
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Analysis of this data showed a clear pro-Democrat bias in election-related Google search results as compared to competing search engines. Users performing Google searches related to the three congressional races the study focused on were significantly more likely to see pro-Democrat stories and links at the top of their results.
As Epstein’s previous studies have shown, this can have a huge impact on the decisions of undecided voters, who often assume that their search results are unbiased. Epstein has called this the Search Engine Manipulation Effect (SEME). –Breitbart
The author of a new book focused on the President’s daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner’s influence in the Trump administration warns of the danger she believes the two White House advisers present.
“I think that you can’t underestimate the dangers of these two,” Vicky Ward, the author of “Kushner, Inc.,” told CNN’s John Berman Wednesday during an interview on “New Day.” “And I think that actually (President Donald Trump) knows that.”