American journalism is officially dead. "Reporters" are now activists, overtly biased.

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2021 Apr 10, 10:02pm   67,522 views  951 comments

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The CBS scandal you may have missed because of the 60 Minutes hit job on Ron DeSantis

The news network has published an article advising major companies on ways to "fight" Republican-backed voting laws. The report’s original headline read, “3 ways companies can help fight Georgia's restrictive new voting law.” Naturally, the story itself contains several tips on how businesses can protest Georgia-style legislation.

This is not journalism. This is political advocacy, and it’s all done in service of a traditional beneficiary of the press’s ethical lapses.

Imagine, for a moment, if one of the three major networks published a story advising businesses on how to “fight” ultra-permissive abortion laws. It’d be unthinkable. Yet, here, is CBS doing exactly that sort of politicking, but for bills such as the one passed recently in Georgia.

Perhaps realizing it had strayed headfirst into political advocacy, CBS amended the report’s headline eventually, softening its tone into something decidedly less partisan.

The headline as it appears online now reads, “Activists are calling on big companies to challenge new voting laws. Here's what they're asking for.”

In a way, this is actually worse than the original. At least in the original, CBS had the guts to declare its allegiance outright. The amended version chooses instead to hide behind “activists” to push an obvious political position.

As for the report itself, it remains unchanged. It still outlines various ways in which businesses can “fight” voting laws championed by Republican legislatures. It is still just as partisan as the day it first published.

“Do not donate," the report recommends. "Activists said companies should immediately stop making donations to Barry Fleming and Michael Dugan, the Georgia Republicans who co-sponsored the voting changes."

It continues, naming and shaming major businesses such as Delta and Home Depot for donating to Fleming and Dugan.

"Ending political donations is one of the most immediately impactful steps a company can take to sway lawmakers," the article reads.

The article also says companies can help fight Georgia-style voting laws by producing ads that "help stamp out efforts nationwide to pass voting laws similar to Georgia's," including in Arizona and Texas.

"Activists say it isn't enough for companies to issue tepid public statements in defense of voting rights," the CBS report reads. "Instead, companies should launch television and social media ads that oppose efforts in Georgia, Arizona, Texas and other states considering voter restrictions."

Companies, the story continues, can also support the coercive monstrosity known as the “For the People Act."

"If passed,” the CBS report reads, “the act would create same-day and online voter registration nationwide. It would also require states to overhaul their registration systems. The act seeks to expand absentee voting, limit the states' ability to remove people from voter rolls, increase federal funds for election security and reform the redistricting process.”

Though the CBS article is several days old, you likely missed it amid the network’s other major ethical lapse, when it promoted the lie that Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis rewarded a grocery chain with an “exclusive” deal to distribute coronavirus vaccines as part of a “pay for play” scheme involving political contributions.

If you missed all of this voting law boycott business when it happened, you can be forgiven. After all, CBS’s “report” on DeSantis is possibly the worst political hit job since Dan Rather went on-air with forgeries of former President George W. Bush's National Guard service record.

It’s obviously not a great situation when one media scandal is obscured by a concurrent scandal and all by the same newsroom. If there are adults still left at CBS, now would be a good time to take back control.

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653   Patrick   2022 Dec 19, 10:08am  


"It's not fair that we're being treated the same as other people," sobbed Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz. "I'm literally shaking with rage."

The troubling trend came to a head this past week as several journalists who had endangered a man's life were then made to endure a Twitter suspension, just like any other person. "It is absolutely unacceptable to silence the press like this," said Taylor Lorenz, still sobbing. "We journalists are supposed to be able to invade other people's privacy and put their lives at risk, while no one is allowed to do the same thing to us. I am deeply troubled by the sudden expectation for the press to follow the same rules as any common citizen."

While journalists have repeatedly expressed concern over their loss of recognition as a source of truth, having to now suffer the consequences of their own actions has confirmed their deepest fears. "This is exactly like the Kristallnaacht, the opening salvo of the Holocaust," cried Taylor Lorenz, grabbing a third box of tissues. "The government, led by Elon Musk, has handed me a one-week Twitter suspension merely for stalking people like prey. He might as well be firing up the gas chambers."

At publishing time, sources report that Taylor Lorenz had continued sobbing, drenching her 55th birthday cake with tears.
662   Patrick   2022 Dec 22, 8:29pm  


Leftist billionaire Goerge Soros has been paying dozens of “journalists” and other corporate media figures large sums of cash to promote his radical agenda.

In return for their souls, Soros is paying journalists anywhere from $63,000 to $85,000 to publish glowing reports on his “woke” activism efforts. ...

The following are current fellows involved in mainstream media, out of 18 total fellows for 2022:

Yasmine Arrington, of Washington, D.C., will produce a podcast featuring only “Black and brown youth voices” discussing the criminal justice system, including juvenile probation, reentry, and recidivism. Arrington has written for TeenVogue, Essence, Black Enterprise, Forbes Magazine, Washington Post, and Baltimore Times.
Zachary Siegel, of Chicago, Illinois, will write and narrate news coverage concerning current approaches to overdose deaths. Siegel has written for Harper’s Magazine, New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, The Nation, New Republic, WIRED, Politico, and Scientific American.
Irene Franco Rubio, a Phoenix, Arizona, native attending the University of Southern California, will produce a podcast on juvenile minority incarceration and their criminalization in public school systems. Franco Rubio has written for Forbes, USA Today, Teen Vogue, and NPR, as well as worked for Michelle Obama’s nonprofit. Franco Rubio was recognized as a scholar by a number of prominent groups: Facebook Journalism Project, Marguerite Casey Foundation’s Equal Voice News, International Center for Journalists, and ProPublica Diversity.
Several current fellowships went to budding journalist-activists:

Tiera Howleit, a student reporter at Indiana University’s collegiate paper. Howleit’s fellowship profile says that she will use the funds to “elevate the voices of people of color […] impacted by the criminal justice system.” Howleit founded “Black Collegians” in 2020, a social justice advocacy group.
Katherine Owojori, a pre-law student at USC, will work with Franco Rubio to produce the above-mentioned podcast. Owojori is an active member of Black Lives Matter: Los Angeles.
Past fellows involved in mainstream media, in the order in which their fellowship was awarded:

Cloee Cooper – PBS, The John Oliver Show, Huffington Post, The Guardian, Politico, Nevada Public Radio, Spectrum TV
Contessa Gayles – CNN, VICE, PBS Frontline, CBS, Wired, Al Jazeera, Vox
Lam Thuy Vo – Buzzfeed News, The Wall Street Journal, Al Jazeera, NPR, ProPublica, The Guardian, The New York Times, ESPN
May Jeong – Vanity Fair, The New York Times, Harper’s, The Intercept
Shanita Hubbard – The New York Times, HuffPost, Essence Magazine, Fusion, The Root
Cynthia Greenlee – The Washington Post, The Atlantic, The New York Times, Vox, Self, Harper’s Bazaar, The Counter, American Prospect, Dissent, Ebony, Elle, Longreads, Salon, Smithsonian
Donovan Ramsey – The New York Times, The Atlantic, Buzzfeed, Ebony, GQ, New Republic, Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Essence
Jenni Monet – The Guardian, Yes! Magazine, Los Angeles Times, PBS, Al Jazeera, Indian Country Today, Columbia Journalism Review
Julieta Martinelli – Futuro Media, Nashville Public Radio, CBS, Real Atlanta Magazine, Gwinnett Daily Post
James Kilgore – Medium, WIRED Magazine, Al Jazeera, Salon
Katie Rose Quandt – The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, The Appeal, The Nation, Vice, Slate, Mother Jones, Brooklyn Magazine, America Magazine
Ebony Underwood – Huffington Post, Vibe, USA Today, The Appeal, Vibe, Mic
Isaac Bailey – The New York Times, The Washington Post, Politico, Time, Esquire, CNN, Nieman Reports
Nick August-Perna – National Geographic, PBS, HBO, Vox, Vice
Judith Levine – Harper’s Bazaar, The New York Times, Vogue, Mother Jones, The Nation, Boston Review, Salon
Maia Szalavitz – The New York Times, Time, The Washington Post, Elle, New York Magazine, New Scientist, Newsweek, CNN, MSNBC, NPR
Alisa Roth – NPR, CBS, PRI’s The World, Marketplace, The New York Times, Business Week, Nation
Mark Obbie – The Atlantic, The Trace, Politico, The New York Times, The American Lawyer, Texas Lawyer, Houston Post, Pacific Standard, Inc. Magazine, Slate
Osagie Obasogie – The New York Times, Slate, Scientific American, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, New Scientist
Seth Freed Wessler – Associated Press, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, ABC News, NPR, NBC, This American Life, Elle, PRI’s The World
Luis Trelles – NPR
James Ridgeway – Mother Jones, The Economist, Parade, Harper’s, The Nation, The New York Times, The Guardian, Al Jazeera
Jean Casella – Mother Jones, The Guardian, Solitary Watch, The Appeal, Al Jazeera, The Nation
Joel Medina – Huffington Post, Univision
Erin Siegal – The New York Times, Time, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker
Jonah Engle – The New York Times, BBC, NPR, Radio Netherlands International, Deutsche Welle, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Nation Magazine, Columbia Journalism Review, Denver Post, Haitian Times
Lisa Riordan Seville – NBC News, The Crime Report, The Nation, MSNBC, The Daily Beast, Salon
Hannah Rappleye – The Wall Street Journal, Mail & Guardian, The Nation, City Limits, The Crime Report, Salon.com, MSNBC
Chandra Thomas Whitfield – People, Essence, Ebony, The American Prospect, The Guardian, HuffPost, NBC News, NPR, U.S. News & World Report, Christian Science Monitor, MIT Technology Review, Time, Newsweek, The Root
Petra Bartosiewicz – Harper’s, Mother Jones, The Nation, New York Magazine, Texas Observer, This American Life
Amanda Crawford – Boston Globe, Businessweek, National Geographic, Chronicle of Higher Education, Ms. Magazine, Huffington Post, Arizona Republic, Baltimore Sun
Jesse Wegman – The New York Times, Reuters, Daily Beast, Newsweek, New York Observer
Renee Feltz – Democracy Now!, The Intercept, The New York Times, Texas Observer, PBS
Stokely Baksh – New Republic, Forbes, Mother Jones, The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, Marketwatch, PBS, The Nation, Al Jazeera
Jessica Pupovac – PBS, NPR, WBEZ Chicago, The Chicago Journal
Nancy Mullane – NPR, American Public Media
Patrice Gaines – The Washington Post, NPR, Washington Informer, Yahoo News, NBC News, Yes! Magazine, New York Times, Essence
Jennifer Thompson-Cannino – The New York Times, Durham-Herald Sun, Tallahassee Democrat
Erin Torneo – Cosmopolitan, Variety, Independent, indieWIRE
JoAnn Mar – NPR, Voice of America, Pacifica Radio, CBS Radio, KALW-FM
Jonathan Mahler – The New York Times, The New Republic, Slate, New York Magazine, Bloomberg, HuffPost, MSN, CNBC, Yahoo
Laura Mansnerus – The New York Times, Detroit Free Press, Philadelphia Inquirer, MSN, The Boston Globe, Business Standard, Tampa Bay Times, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Paul Butler – MSNBC, NBC News, Nature, The Washington Post, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, Yahoo, People
Susan Koch – ABC, NBC, HBO, PBS, MTV, Discovery Channel, National Geographic
David Dent – The Daily Beast, PBS, HuffPost
Emily Bazelon – New York Times Magazine, Business Insider, HuffPost, MSN, The Independent, The Washington Post, ABC News, The Atlantic, Yahoo, Miami Herald, Vogue, RealClear Politics, Slate
Mary Beth Pfeiffer – Forbes, HuffPost, Scientific American, The Globe and Mail, The Hill, Newsday, RealClear Politics, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Steve Liss – Time, PBS
Amy Bach – New York Magazine, The New York Times, The Nation, Slate
Elizabeth Amon – Bloomberg News, The American Lawyer, The National Law Journal, The New York Times, Harper’s, The Imprint
Nathan Blakeslee – Texas Monthly, The Guardian, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Nation, Houston Chronicle, The Texas Observer
Robin Mejia – The Washington Post, Science, Mother Jones, LA Times, CNN
Slawomir Grunberg – PBS, HBO, ABC, NBC
Tyrone Turner – National Geographic, NPR, DCist
Brenda Kenneally – New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Ms. Magazine
Jan Goodwin – New York Times Magazine, The Nation, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie-Claire, Real Simple, Reader’s Digest, Good Housekeeping, Ladies’ Home Journal
Sara Cantania – Los Angeles Times, Reuters
Adrian LeBlanc – Seventeen Magazine, New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Esquire
Alden Loury – Chicago Sun-Times, WBEZ-FM, The Chicago Reporter, WVIK-FM
John Biewen – NPR, American RadioWorks
Sasha Abramsky – The Nation, American Prospect, The Daily Beast, Columbia Journalism Review, The Atlantic, HuffPost, San Francisco Weekly, The Guardian, Mother Jones, New York Magazine
Andrew Lichtenstein – Yahoo, Business Insider, MSN, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Al Jazeera, The New Republic
Dan Collison – Newsweek, NPR, Thomson Reuters Foundation
Eric Whitney – NPR, CNN, The Washington Post, WebMD, The Atlantic, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, New Jersey Public Radio
Nell Bernstein – The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, The Crime Report, The San Francisco Standard
Jennifer Gonnerman – The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Village Voice
Soros’ influence extends far beyond the media, however.

As Slay News has been documenting, Soros has been the Democratic Party’s top donor for several years, buying himself massive sway in the federal government.

It was also recently revealed that a Soros-funded propaganda group was involved in the Big Tech coverup of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal in the run-up to the 2020 election.
664   Patrick   2022 Dec 26, 10:40pm  


No reporter even of the alt.news division even tried to get inside the head of New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet during the years of RussiaGate. Did he believe all that crap his paper was putting out? Now, you realize, it’s established fact (in the federal court record) that the Steele Dossier and everything spun off of it was a flim-flam confected by Hillary Clinton’s campaign. But even at the time, say 2017 to 2019, independent journalists were reporting the truth about it — for example, the FBI’s long-running fraud in the FISA Court — while The New York Times ardently inveighed against any emerging fact-pattern that broke through its wall of propaganda. The Times was showered with awards for that, including the Pulitzer Prize for its completely fallacious RussiaGate coverage.

One easy answer is that The Times and many of its “legacy” cohorts — The WashPo, CBS, NBC, and ABC — have volunteered to be the public relations office of the Democratic Party, covering-up anything and everything the Party does against the public interest. And while that appears to be the case, it still doesn’t explain how these outfits became the enemies of truth itself, and by extension, enemies of reality.

The easy answer to that is the psychological derangement provoked by Donald Trump when he entered politics, and the absolute fugue state of deranged fury that blossomed among the “elite” when Mr. Trump had the temerity to actually win a national election — since he was perceived to be the avatar of all the sub-human boobs dwelling in the Great Darkness between New York and Los Angeles. ...

Another thing had changed along the way: the Democratic Party became dominated by activist women, who exhibited two outstanding behavioral tendencies: they tended to make decisions on the basis of emotion… their feelings about this-and-that; and they were much more ruthless in political battle than men — their emotions eclipsed age-old principles, such as the idea of fair play. In short, they resorted almost automatically to dirty fighting.
666   Patrick   2022 Dec 29, 9:16am  


Read this absolutely hilarious thread of New York Times writers discovering nobody uses the woke language the paper has been pushing for years
667   Patrick   2023 Jan 5, 11:57am  


Mainstream Media is Starting to Get Squeaky Bum
Time to turn off the comments sections or start reporting honest information and cease with the government propaganda!

Joel Smalley
7 hr ago

Last night I heard from someone operating in much higher circles than me with respect to the COVID scam. He informed me that this is the talk in newsrooms all around the UK:

There is discordant amounts of public commentary, speaking against the narrative. We (the editorial team) cannot allow our paper to fall behind public insight and opinion.

So, they’ve got a bit of a quandry, haven’t they? The tide of public opinion has already turned against them. To continue on their current course of ignoring the facts in favour of the false narrative is just going to make things even more difficult for them to ever regain public trust. To continue the analogy, they are “swimming against the tide”. Or, as I have to tell my kids quite often, when you’re in a hole and want to get out, the first thing you do is stop digging!

And then to prove the point, my inbox is full of links to this Daily Mail article, trying to denigrate the courageous Member of Parliament for North West Leicestershire, Andrew Brigden for daring to try and bring public and political attention to the evident harms of the mass mRNA experiment, especially to children who are at zero risk from the disease:

I wouldn’t subject you to the torment of having to read the pathetic attempt at “journalism” but you should take a look at the comments section!

Take a look now before they disable it!

Propaganda works really well.

Until it doesn’t.

And then those that peddled it suffer the consequences. Let’s hope they are very dire because they have been trying to hold back this tide for too long!
668   Patrick   2023 Jan 5, 11:59am  

Some of the comments from the above article, probably soon to be deleted by minions of the Pfizer mafia:

The comments below have not been moderated.

Lisa V. Holcomb, Creswell, United States, 35 minutes ago

Your readers have spoken. Why is it that we have all read the studies and know the statistics, but you, the author of this piece, have not done any background research before writing it? Or, is it that Pfizer pays for you to write stories that make those look bad who question the "acceptable narrative"?

Ben Penner, Fort McMurray, Canada, 1 hour ago

The covid injections kill and maim. Mr. Bridgen is a hero to challenge the narrative!

Eveknewbest, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago

It was reported in the US that 40% of medical care workers were NOT vaccinated. What does THAT tell you? These are the very people who you would think could not WAIT to get the vaccine.

Vax aka a bio-weapon, London, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago

Do not give this disgusting "organisation" money let them go bust. They will after Nuremberg 2!

Takeitonthechin, Cumbria, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago

Wall Street Journal.Are the vaccines destroying immune systems? Are the vaccines causing the variants? Keep up DM

Chris Jones, Republic of Wales, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago

He's absolutely right of course, well done him. Ban the experimental jab and put all those in authority who pushed it on trial

Takeitonthechin, Cumbria, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago

Wall Street Journal Are the vaccines causing the variants? Idaho study of 52000 adults the more boosters the more infections

Takeitonthechin, Cumbria, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago

There really wont be enough rope for those complicit

William Johanson, Seattle, 3 hours ago

The jabs are part of a long-planned depop program of the controlling "elite". The carbon they want to reduce is you.

Stands in Rain, Civitas Dei, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago

La Trahison des Clercs! J'Accuse! This is not the 4th Estate, but the Servile State!. There has been a mountain of scientific evidence piling up in the reputable journals and official stats publications about the potential harms of these 'vaccines, and even the patent holders of these 'vaccines' have had to reveal their own data that confirms what Bridgen has said in general. This has been, according to many reputable scientists and doctors, the largest medical catastrophes in history. Je suis dgout!! C'est abonimable! You are finally revealing what most journalists really are: at best functional sociopaths, and at worst I will not say.

Raf M, London, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago

How about peddling some real journalism? Oh, it's ok, I've just seen some of your hard hitting headlines in the right hand column - EastEnders Melissa Suffield proudly flaunts her curves in racy pink lingerie. A Pulitzer prize surely awaits...

nathomesaip, Norwich, United Kingdom, 5 hours ago

This is not journalism it is attempting to destroy those speaking the truth. D Mail lost all credibility years ago. Disgraceful rag.

flybunny, Atlanta, United States, 5 hours ago

You wont do proper journalism because you accept money from Big Pharma. Time to have some integrity and tell the truth.

LesleySG, Plymouth, United Kingdom, 5 hours ago

Why are you not publishing all the comments?

Jenniffer Garcia, Teignmouth, United Kingdom, 6 hours ago

I think it is time our MSM started considering the overwhelming evidence that has been piling up elsewhere on this subject - which they are obviously aware of as their so called 'journalists' spend all their time these days only scouring social media and other sites to glean 'news' - or are they are too fearful of printing it themselves having succumbed to the pressure and financial reward to only print the 'official' narrative...?

docross, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 6 hours ago

Instead of parroting the "safe and effective" narrative, you should do some proper journalism- look at the data from VAERS (USA), yellow card (UK) and EUDRA Vigilance (EU) where you will find that the adverse reactions and deaths from the Covid "vaccines" outnumber those for all other vaccines for the last 12 years! You cannot hide this from your readers, more and more of whom are waking up to this unfolding public health disaster.

Otaiosurgeon, Dorchester, United Kingdom, 6 hours ago

The truth is out there, but you are not.

ToneyMedia, Salina, United States, 7 hours ago

I live in the U.S. Previously, I lived in Cornwall. I know a bit of Brit. Expecting the Daily Pale to be "serious" has long been an oxymoron. This is journalism at its absolute worse, with is right on par with most U.S. media.

Rachel2525, Northallerton, United Kingdom, 7 hours ago

The views expessed by users need to be reflected by the MailOnline or you are not doing your job.

Rachel2525, Northallerton, United Kingdom, 7 hours ago

The views submitted by users ought to be reflected in Mallonline content, or you are just failing comletely to do your job.

Ian Parker, Cobham, 7 hours ago

There is now mountainous evidence that the vaccines are harmful and ineffective; the data screams it as do several studies. As I write this, the latest data shows an incredible 26% jump in excess deaths for the latest week (to 23 December). The reality is that Bridgen did not go anywhere near far enough. Pfizer's own data submitted to the FDA showed beyond all doubt that the vaccines were dangerous; they were approved despite the data not because of it. As for the risk to children, it is again beyond debate The vaccine link to myocarditis is well established - just one of the hideous effects, of course. With regard to just myocarditis, a study in Thailand found a staggering 1 in 43 vaxxed children had induced heart inflammation. A recent study from the US found that 1/3 of vaxxed adolescents had circulating S1 part of spike proteins bound to antibodies up to 3 weeks after second dose. Those with circulating whole spike proteins (not bound to antibodies) almost all had myocarditis.

Marius Manea, Bucharest, Romania, 7 hours ago

A pathetic attempt at journalism. You will pay for your crimes, together with the paid shills from big pharma. Time is ticking.

RosMaidment, Slough, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago

Extraordinary comment from the Journal of Medical Ethics that as young adults dont often go to hospital with covid, therefore it is not the right metric! The proportion of of young people unable to attend college because of adverse events is much harder to measure but it is similarly likely to exceed those sick from covid. As for mental health, try asking a healthy young athlete about their mental health if they have myocarditis and are told they may never play sport again.

The good wife, Durham, 12 hours ago

Remember this is not a vaccine, its experimental gene therapy, the aftermath from these jabs could be years down the line

Angus MacFarlane, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 16 hours ago

I thought that it had long been established that the vaccine poses a greater risk to children than does the disease. What, then, is the point of the vaccine?

jtls0492, TAUNTON, United Kingdom, 18 hours ago

What absurd double speak is this from the BMJ? If something does more harm than good then that's by definition unsafe. And those 'university medical chiefs' are in essence claiming 'not missing class' is worth the risk of heart injury?? And no, young people don't get severely ill from Covid any more they do the flu or a cold. They are clearly getting worried now, addressing Bridgen directly.

FenrirWolf, Valhalla, United Kingdom, 19 hours ago

The only thing keeping this going is money and a cult-like worship of a shot which failed to do everything we were told it would do, people still get infected, still transmit covid and still die of it, the shots have proven not to be 'safe & effective' as claimed and reporting data shows much higher incidences of serious side effects than all genine vaccines of the previous 30 years combined. Time to get real and be honest, we should all want better regulation and actually reliable treatments available, not settle religiously for something that under any other circumstance would fail trials or been withdrawn long before now.

Dave R, Derbyshire, United Kingdom, 19 hours ago

Hes the only one speaking out on this obviousness. Who cares what the paid up shills in the BMJ bleat?

Adam, Sheffield, United Kingdom, 20 hours ago

There is no risk to children from Covid. There is a small risk with the jabs. Ergo not worth the risk

Samuck Teelack, Bangkok, Thailand, 20 hours ago

Looks like those who fell for the propaganda are now in minority. mRNA are not vaccines. Maybe in denial after the so willingly rolled their sleeves up.

choosing to join, Bournemouth, United Kingdom, 21 hours ago

He is backed up by amongst many others Dr Aseem Malhotra - NHS Consultant Cardiologist - MSM seriously do you job and present the evidence and story as a serious matter.

BuntyRoberts, SS Nostromo, Wallis And Futuna, 21 hours ago

Kids do not need these jabs......I repeat kids do not need these jabs. Their chances of dying from Covid are 0.003%....that's tiny......yet they want to inject them (repeatedly) with experimental mRNA injections. Dunno if it's about pharma profits or Digital ID but it's not about a virus

gallagj, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 21 hours ago

The man is a legend. Shame on this once great newspaper for this tinpot article.

The good wife, Durham, 22 hours ago

Not many like him, brave man. Isnt it staring people in the face, surely they all cant be blind to reality. Maybe they have their noses in the trough.

Stephen Frost, London, United Kingdom, 22 hours ago

why have you not published my comment?

Boberto, London, 22 hours ago

This MP is a hero and one of the few attempting to bring this compete scandal to a halt. This is an extremely nefarious scandal and there are going to be high consequences for these perpetrators of this so called Vaccine

Just me 70, willenhall, United Kingdom, 22 hours ago

How can the Mail have such disregard for the views of its readers?

Just me 70, willenhall, United Kingdom, 23 hours ago

They are no use to kids - that is for sure

SeanL, London, 23 hours ago

Good for this MP a lone voice of truth.His colleagues will come to rue their complicity in this enormity. The facts have been in the public domain for long enough now.No public figure with an ounce of integrity can remain oblivious without being complicit.As injury/death toll mounts, repercussions will be huge..

Ron, Leeds, 23 hours ago

He is quite correct. scientists expected curatorial damage from untested vaccination.

Karimayoubi, Northampton, 23 hours ago

Between the US, UK and EU there are well over 80,000 post-vax deaths in the official government reporting systems, and only a fraction of Adverse Events ever get reported. XS mortality numbers corroborate the AE reports. Life insurance and health insurance data also corroborate the AE reports. As do 1250 studies, with more coming out every day. There is, at this point, ZERO doubt that Bridgen is correct.
671   Patrick   2023 Jan 11, 11:21am  


DeSantis seems to have discovered that you can just ignore the corporate press and cruise to victory.

The New York Times and the rest of the mainstream media are freaking out at the prospect that they may no longer be the information gatekeepers.

You just LOVE to see it.

This sentence is the icing on the cake:

678   HeadSet   2023 Jan 23, 12:08pm  

Also was not an "assault weapon."
679   Shaman   2023 Jan 23, 3:03pm  

With the rise of ChatGPT3 and soon version 4 to be released, how long until they replace journalists with AI bots who can crank out a story in seconds, or (with CGI avatars) read the news on air with precision and even flair?
Who needs a news room?
680   Patrick   2023 Jan 23, 11:06pm  

Weird, another mass shooting by another Asian guy just today:


Suspect arrested in Half Moon Bay shooting massacre.

He is 67 year old Zhao Chunli.

Authorities say six people have been killed and four of them were Chinese farmworkers at a mountain Mushroom Farm.
682   richwicks   2023 Jan 30, 11:03pm  

Shaman says

With the rise of ChatGPT3 and soon version 4 to be released, how long until they replace journalists with AI bots who can crank out a story in seconds, or (with CGI avatars) read the news on air with precision and even flair?
Who needs a news room?

Here's something to think about - with the rise of ChatGPT - who needs anybody in the intelligence agencies?

It's pretty knowledgeable about history, even history that is suppressed and it's quite knowledgeable about current events, even esoteric data. You can quiz it on Les Wexner's association with Jeffrey Epstein and Jean-Luc Brunel. Both those two people were accused of the same crime, and died in the same way, suicide in prison, supposedly. Cameras failed, and the prison guards just couldn't be there to stop it..
686   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2023 Feb 8, 7:22pm  

"If I had my choice I would kill every reporter in the world, but I am sure we would be getting reports from Hell before breakfast." - William Tecumseh Sherman.
690   Patrick   2023 Feb 10, 10:47am  


I've pointed out on a number of occasions the not-so-well-kept-secret that sportswriters are often political journalists who have been unable to crack into that highly competitive field, so they've settled for sports. I once asked someone in the field about all this and they remarked there was a pervasive insecurity among sportswriters. Many feel that they are jokes in the journalist community, and so each is desperately looking for any angle, any opportunity to write a piece that "matters." ...

There's a reason troops stationed in war zones around the world are desperate for Armed Forces Radio or some special satellite uplink to carry NFL games on the weekends. There's a reason workaholics flock to bars in the evening to drink a beer and catch a game. Sports are important.

Yet perhaps unable to see or appreciate the value of their own field, so many in sports journalism are ruining that very escape for people by intentionally injecting worldly turmoil and partisan politics into the otherwise apolitical activity.

The consequence? Leagues are paying a hefty price for this critical miscalculation. The NFL anthem-kneeling fiasco dented what was once thought to be the impenetrable shell of professional football viewership. People tuned out because they were so turned off over the stance that their team's owner, coach, or players took to the issue.

The NBA experienced much of the same when Black Lives Matter riots beleaguered the country, burning down cities while offering no substantive, discernible goals. The cringeworthy LeBron James interview where he attempted to discuss the Malcolm X biography he claimed to be reading at the time will go down in infamy.

Even the National Hockey League was recently guilted into some ill-advised gay rights extravaganza, attempting to shame players into wearing "Pride" jerseys, with the media stalking anyone who wouldn't. There was simply no reason for any of it. ...

So hats off to Azarenka for blazing the trail that I hope countless other athletes begin to walk. If sportswriters' desperate allegiance to progressive politics consumes them in misery, so be it. But let the rest of us have our escape.

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