To paraphrase Winston Churchill, an iron curtain has fallen over mass media communications. The only thing that gets out is propaganda. As a result, ABC News and CBS News colluded to fire a woman they suspected of being a whistleblower about the media’s coverup of the Jeffrey Epstein story. Now the big three are colluding to cover up the investigation into their cover-up and purge of a whistleblower.
Good thing we have a free corporate press monopoly. Isn’t it?
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy sent a letter to ABC News on Sunday demanding the network explain why it quashed a story that would have exposed sex assault allegations against Jeffrey Epstein three years ago, but viewers who rely on ABC, NBC and CBS’ morning news programs would have no idea.
“All three morning shows on Monday ignored the move by Congress to investigate ABC covering up the network’s burying of the Jeffrey Epstein story back in 2016,” Media Research Center associate editor Scott Whitlock wrote.
House Foreign Affairs Committee Ranking Member Mike McCaul, R-Texas, and House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Doug Collins, R-Ga., also signed the letter.
They noted they were “deeply concerned that this victim, in search of justice, went to ABC News, provided information and an interview and then ABC News chose to bury the truth. This was a decision that Ms. Robach alluded was due to protecting powerful people or financial interests.”
ABC’s “Good Morning America” didn’t cover the damning report about its own network, and NBC’s “Today” and “CBS This Morning” also didn’t find time for the story, according to NewsBusters.
Of course they didn’t. They have plenty of time for pushing Trump scandals. But they’re maintaining an iron curtain on their own scandals.
This is another reminder of how damaging it would be if social media and the internet giants were to continue giving in to the media’s calls for censoring conservative media.