News Round-up

Robert Malone | 5 July 2022 Main stream media seemed to miss these stories…I wonder why? Why the Rush for Toddler Vaccines? Covid was clearly a health emergency for adults in 2020. By contrast, the urgency now feels political. The WSJ ran an editorial about the vaccines for toddlers. It’s title above – doesn’t really…

Lies, Damned Lies, and Fact Checks

Paul Thacker | 5 July 2022 Hundreds of fact-checking “experts” gathered in Oslo, Norway to stop false claims on the Internet, but why won’t they fix their own misinformation? Several hundred people from 69 countries gathered in Europe last week to rub shoulders and make business connections in the burgeoning fact-check industry, where jobs continue…

The Epic Failure Of CNN+ Is A Sight To Behold As “Big Cuts” Loom

Zero Hedge | 13 Apr 2022 Less than two weeks into existence, CNN’s paid streaming service, CNN+, has failed to attract even 10,000 daily users, according to CNBC, citing people familiar with the matter. Putting this in perspective, CNN‘s cable network averages 773,000 total daily viewers. CNN+ launched on March 29. The subscription news streaming service, which charges…

Chris Bray is Stupid and Evil

Chris Bray | 8 Apr 2022 Don’t listen to that ignorant piece of shit Lessons never learned. Lessons that never will be learned. Back in Barack Obama’s first term, somewhere around the Pleistocene in Internet time, I spent a couple of years writing constant and detailed blog posts and news stories (and op-ed pieces) about an international controversy in academia and…

Media Will Not Call Big Tech Censorship “Censorship” Partly Because They Support Fake Fact Checks

Disinformation Chronicle | 22 Feb 2022 Blinded by bias, some reporters struggle to see misinformation that buttresses their own bigotry. Many reporters seem unconcerned that social media platforms are censoring what people can read. In just one recent example, Washington Post technology reporter Will Oremus wrote a flat-footed analysis that tried but failed to deny that censoring…

Investigative journalist Paul Thacker wins prestigious award for “expertly researched” articles

GM Watch | 16 Dec 2021 The investigative journalist Paul D. Thacker has won a prestigious British Journalism Award for a series of articles he wrote in the BMJ, one of the world’s top general medical journals. The awards aim to recognise great journalism that is revelatory while serving the public interest. The three articles that won Thacker the Specialist Journalism 2021…