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Mar 15th 2020 at 5:25 AM



Recently, Keith Olbermann, on his MSNBC information show, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, cited Fox News while the "worst people in the world." He claimed that the Monk Information Channel is blatant right-wing propaganda. He also noted that Leader Obama, in a recently available TV appointment (the same appointment, furthermore, whilst the now-notorious fly-swatting episode, in which, according to information reports on MSNBC, NBC, CBS, CNN and elsewhere, the President demonstrates his "outstanding fly-swatting skills") said that there was a minumum of one media station dedicated to undermining his government at all costs. Olbermann suggests that the President was discussing Fox News.

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Back in your day once the Republicans managed equally houses as well as the Presidency, a period of time that may properly go down ever as a modern-day Dark Ages or Reign of Horror, the Monk Media route was regarded as the bastion of credible news. So much so that most different news agencies were too afraid to even problem their authority.


Monk Media, held by Australian media magnate Rupert Murdoch's Media Corp., had started on the conclusion that old-fashioned information resources like CNN and network news operated on a theory of a delicate left-wing social opinion caused by the instructional and social milieu of their journalists. The solution that Monk News apparently planned was to commit a information station to apparently "good and healthy" information coverage. "Good and healthy" became their watchword, but it shortly turned out to be ironic. Over time, their apparently aim media protection has been exposed as right-wing propaganda that has been pretty really pandering to the Bush administration while these were in power.


This brings us to MSNBC's news lineup. MSNBC is really a media channel that's made as a joint opportunity, since the title suggests, between Microsoft (the monolithic software large started by Bill Gates) and NBC. Their collection of information shows allegedly offers people the choice to Fox Media, but, as implied by Keith Olbermann, what they are really offering us is left-wing propaganda that panders to the Obama administration.


The tragic consequence of all this government pandering and institutional propaganda is that the number-one casualty in main-stream media coverage is credibility. Where are the Woodwards and Bernsteins of today, with their gorgeous exposés of crime in large areas? Not really at either Fox Information or MSNBC.


Probably the response to wherever we could find credible media places lies with CNN--still boring and presenting the façade of objectivity while concealing a simple left-wing bias--who now, seemingly, resorts to sites, Facebook feeds and Facebook threads to supplement their on-site correspondent reports. CNN also encourages one to submit inexperienced films via the "iReport" area on their internet site, which allows them to feature the videos on the news shows following an activity of vetting and verification. Actually, in the ongoing Iranian uprisings, where main-stream journalists are being prohibited and extradited by the authoritarian Iranian regimen, western news places are having to rely on Facebook feeds, websites and inexperienced video from Iranian citizens as their media sources.

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