If there’s one thing state-sponsored media can’t stand, it’s when people tell the truth.
For decades, The New York Times, NPR, and other so-called “trusted sources” have enjoyed a reputation in the mainstream as being reliable, unbiased, and generally trustworthy. Of course there have always been those of us who have looked with skepticism at all media outlets, but I’ll admit that most people saw these sources as at least mostly serious.
Today, NPR and it’s affiliated journalists are in full meltdown mode because Twitter added a “US State-affiliated Media” tag to their profile.
I’m gonna have to side with Elon here. I mean, where’s the lie?
In the years since the boldness with which so-called experts in government, media, healthcare, education, and nearly every other area exercised previously unfathomable power over the daily lives of citizens around the globe in response to a virus, people from across the political spectrum have realized just how captured our institutions are.
When was the last time you saw a “reputable” news source report on the Biden administration in a critical way? With stories daily of government support for limiting fundamental rights in the name of equity, diversity, inclusion, and safety, the proverbial noose certainly seems to be tightening on those who want to speak, or read, the truth.