In the early 80's the CNN cable network got it's fame for reporting "news as it happens." Unfortunately this reporting being done is all
hypothesis, conjecture, and poorly researched and possibly false story telling.
During the period of the Beltway Shootings, there were no witnesses or evidenc
e left, but they were already rpofiled as white extremists drving around in a work van. It turned out to be a black man and younger black male (step son?) thta fired shots through the keyhole in back of a trunk lid of a car.
Atlanta Olympic Bombing was blamed on the security guard who found the bomb an
d hovered over the bomb to protect others from shrapnel. When it became known he had been rejected for a police job, they all assumed he cooked up the bombing in order to become the hero of the day. look how the news tried to destroy Kyle Rittenhouse?
I'm shocked, well, I shouldn't be shocked, but I still am, as to how many articles are quite literally just based on a few tweets or a TikTok. news.com.au is bad for this. They will find a TikTok video by a woman (its always a woman, usually white and young), and make a story about it. She migh
be surprised by something in Australia, or say something controversial like Marmite is better than Vegemite and it gets spun into an entire STORY about ho
"the internet is divided". The other trick is to say there is a controversy about something, and the controversy consists of 10 tweets. Fake news. Literally fake news.
The "racist rants" one are again fake news. The thing is, that journalists sa
they need to gatekeep the news, determine what is actually news and what isn't
But if this is what passes as "news", I don't trust their gatekeeping at all.
There really isn't any news. It's clickbait, and as you said, just opinion pieces. "Articles" which is just some journalists wanting to make a moral point. One major story going round Melbourne, is Andrew Thornton. He was the
CEO of a football club, and was basically made to resign after controversy. The story is still going after one week. The controversy? He attended a church 10 years ago, where a pastor today takes a more, biblical, stance on abortion and homosexuality. Thats the story!
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