RANT: Demonstrating the perfidy of the corporate media and its “narrative”


How Liberal media kept Brianna Kupfer story OFF their homepages
by Jeff Miller January 20, 2022
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Media outlets that lean to the left ignore the lengthy criminal history of Brianna Kupfer’s alleged killer in their reporting, omitting his mugshot from their homepages as well.

Several liberal media giants – including the Los Angeles Times, ABC News, CBS, and CNN – failed to include information about Shawn Laval Smith’s violent past. Also, his picture, released by police in hopes that the public could help find him, was not included on websites’ landing pages.

It was not mentioned in the LA Times’ article that Smith had prior arrests, or that he had been released on a $1,000 bond for a misdemeanor in October 2020.

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This is a tragedy that should be laid directly on all the politicians and bureaucrats in the “legal system”.

Gooferment has very few useful functions.  One of which is to be the “night watchmen” and protect the safety of its citizens.  

What a joke when they let criminals use the revolving door in and out of the “justice system”.


BIAS: CNN promotes BLM interest; it’s not news


AMERICAN NEWS Apr 15, 2021 12:41 PM EST
BREAKING: Project Veritas busts CNN director admitting coverage of black-on-Asian hate crimes would ‘set back’ BLM movement
“A bunch of black men that have been attacking Asians,” Chester said. “I’m like ‘what are you doing?’ Like… we’re trying to like help like with the BLM.”

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CNN technical director Charles Chester was caught on camera by Project Veritas stating that CNN tailors its reporting to support the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Luckily, no one watches CNN unless they are stuck in airport!


POLITICAL: Big Gooferment is even bigger than we think?


Business Report: Gov’t May Be Bigger Than You Think
Posted on April 2, 2012 at 6:45pm by Becket Adams

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But the tax break isn’t counted as spending. In fact, while the check for $2,100 is classified as “federal spending,” the tax break doesn’t even show up on the federal budget. So when you hear a policymaker talk about lowering the deficit or expanding/reducing the size of government, most of them don’t factor in tax breaks.

The CNN report goes on to argue that because tax breaks get the same results as government checks (e.g. giving homeowners deductions on mortgage interest, giving tax credits to “green” energy companies, etc), they’re practically interchangeable, right?

Not quite: the government check is directly funded by taxpayers while the tax break comes at a cost to no one.

But this is not to say that tax breaks should be disregarded from the deficit discussion. As taxes generate income, and fixing the deficit is all about balancing revenue with expenditures, then tax breaks should be included.

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That makes me ill.


Seriously. Are you kidding me!



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Business Report: Gov’t May Be Bigger Than You Think
Posted on April 2, 2012 at 6:45pm by Becket Adams Becket Adams