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During the summer of protests that followed the Minneapolis police murder of George Floyd in May 2020, journalists and readers alike began taking a hard look at how much news reporting relied on police sources. In particular, the standard use of “police said” articles—where the main or only source of information came from law enforcement—was leading the media to publish information that was outright wrong.

Joe Olson, Chris Weinert, and I discuss current events to sharply discern objective reality fit for news from corporate media bullshit to herd sheeple: here on BitChute and (censored on YouTube).


Topics and stories informing analysis of today’s news:


1. Israel’s Orwellian-illegal ongoing War of Aggression on Gaza + Ukraine/WW3:

Watching the watchdogs: How US media weaponised campus protests coverage MikeRivero

A great, novel experiment in political physics is under way in the United States, as the unstoppable moral force of youth-led protests against Israel’s genocidal war in Gaza runs into the immovable object of the American power elite’s support for it.

The NYTimes finally publishes a comprehensive indictment of Jewish terrorism against Palestinians MikeRivero

The New York Times is astonishing its readers, especially those of us who monitor its tradition of biased and dishonest reporting about Israel/Palestine. The paper just published a long indictment of what it actually called “Jewish terrorism” against Palestinians.

Diversity exec scams Facebook, Nike out of millions in elaborate fraud scheme MikeRivero

A former diversity program manager at Facebook and Nike has been sentenced to more than five years in prison for stealing over $5 million through an elaborate scheme involving fraudulent vendors, fictitious paperwork, and cash kickbacks.

Greta Van Susteren (And Others) Question Jake Tappers Bias Ahead Of Debate MikeRivero

Newsmax host Greta Van Susteren — and several others — questioned whether CNN anchor Jake Tapper was the right choice to moderate the agreed-upon debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.

Van Susteren, who worked at CNN for a time herself, raised the question of Tapper’s personal bias — specifically when it came to former President Trump — and wondered whether he would be able to set aside his views and moderate fairly.