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Sarah Sanders Say Breitbart Should Consider Firing Steve Bannon

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(Via The Daily Caller)

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a Wednesday press briefing she believes Breitbart should consider firing chairman and former presidential chief strategist Steve Bannon.

“I certainly think that it’s something they should look at and consider,” Sanders said when asked a question about his status at the news agency.


The White House feud with Bannon escalated Thursday after his comments disparaging the president and his family, including accusing the president’s son of treason, in a new book by Michael Wolff.


President Donald Trump released an eviscerating statement on Bannon Tuesday after the comments first came to light, saying, “Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency. When he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind,” adding “now that he is on his own, Steve is learning that winning isn’t as easy as I make it look. Steve had very little to do with our historic victory, which was delivered by the forgotten men and women of this country.”

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The Feds vs. Alex Jones: InfoWars Under Siege

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In a stunning turn of events, the federal government is reportedly in the process of seizing the Infowars studio owned by Alex Jones. This move is seen by many as a direct retaliation against Jones for his years of questioning the system and popularizing alternative narratives.

The news comes at a time when the political landscape is more polarized than ever, with the government seemingly tightening its grip on dissenting voices. The alleged seizure of the Infowars studio is a stark reminder of the challenges faced by those who dare to question the status quo.

Alex Jones has been a controversial figure for years, known for his conspiracy theories and for challenging mainstream narratives. His platform, Infowars, has been a beacon for those who feel disenfranchised by the traditional media and political systems.

This move by the government is not just about Jones, but about the broader issue of free speech and the right to question authority. It’s a clear message that anyone who dares to challenge the system can expect to face consequences.

In the midst of this turmoil, it’s worth noting the support that Jones and his Infowars platform have received from unlikely sources. Dan Lyman and Alex Jones were among the first to support Populist Wire when it began back in 2017. This support highlights the solidarity among those who believe in the power of free speech and the importance of challenging the system.

As we watch the unfolding drama of the Feds vs. Alex Jones, we are reminded of the fragility of free speech and the importance of defending it. The seizure of the Infowars studio is not just a blow to Jones, but to all of us who value the freedom to question, to challenge, and to seek the truth.

In the end, it’s not just about Alex Jones or Infowars. It’s about the fundamental right to free speech and the right to question the system. The battle is far from over, and the outcome will have far-reaching implications for us all.

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Unraveling the Foxes’ Reality: Media Ownership and its Impact on American Society

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In a quaint country nestled between rolling hills and lush landscapes, a peculiar phenomenon has caught the attention of keen observers – a population of foxes and a small group of wolves dominating the media landscape. As the media plays a crucial role in shaping public opinion and influencing societal discourse, the concentration of media ownership in the hands of a select few wolves raises significant questions about the health of democracy in this country.

The metaphorical foxes in this story represent the general public, diverse in their perspectives and experiences. Meanwhile, the small group of wolves symbolizes a concentrated ownership of media outlets, wielding immense influence over the narratives that reach the ears and eyes of the foxes. In a democracy, a free and unbiased media is essential for fostering informed citizens and promoting a healthy exchange of ideas.

The concern arises when a handful of media entities, owned by a select group of wolves, begin to dictate the narratives that shape public perception. This concentration of media power can lead to a lack of diversity in voices and perspectives, stifling the rich tapestry of opinions that is essential for a vibrant and thriving democracy.

One of the primary issues that arises in such a scenario is the potential for biased reporting and selective coverage. The wolves, with their vested interests, may inadvertently or purposefully promote narratives that align with their agenda, sidelining important issues that don’t fit their narrative. This selective reporting can mislead the foxes, hindering their ability to make informed decisions and participate effectively in the democratic process.

Moreover, the dominance of a small group of wolves in the media landscape may lead to the suppression of dissenting voices. A healthy democracy thrives on open dialogue, constructive criticism, and the ability to question those in power. When media ownership is concentrated, there is a risk that alternative perspectives may be marginalized, limiting the diversity of opinions that should ideally flourish in a democratic society.

To address these concerns, it is imperative that the foxes, the general public, become aware of the dynamics at play in their media landscape. Investigative journalism and public discourse are vital tools in unveiling the motivations and potential biases of media owners. By actively engaging with various sources of information and encouraging media literacy, the foxes can empower themselves to critically evaluate the narratives presented to them.

Furthermore, regulatory bodies and policymakers should closely scrutinize media ownership patterns to ensure a fair and diverse representation of voices in the public sphere. Implementing measures to prevent monopolies or oligopolies in media ownership will contribute to a more democratic media landscape.

In conclusion, the story of foxes and wolves in this country serves as a compelling allegory for the importance of media diversity and transparency in a thriving democracy. As the foxes awaken to the realities of media ownership, it becomes crucial for them to demand accountability, transparency, and a media landscape that reflects the true plurality of their society. After all, a democracy flourishes when the voices of all its citizens are heard, not just those of a select few.

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The Reckoning of the Fake News Media

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Karma, the sweet smell of poetic justice, the bully gets punched in the nose in the end! Fake news finally gets counted out and David to the Goliath is a teenager named Nicholas Sandmann the MAGA hat wearing unassuming media slayer.

Nicholas Sandmann and his legal team has announced a settlement with The Washington Post on their $250 Million dollar suit. This comes also on the heels of the multi-million dollar suit against CNN. They have stated 2 down and six to go.  Here is their list:

NBC, CBS, ABC, NYT, Gannett, Rolling Stones.

Many have tried to get the media companies to report fairly but even Billionaire hardball players like Donald Trump are impotent against the media smear machines. Politicians, celebrities and any adults in the public realm have diminished rights when it comes to defending their reputation against lies and attacks from media behemoths. This is a sad state of affairs and what’s lead  to the monumental rise of fake propaganda news.

In steps Nicholas Sandmann who was wrongly accused by many media outlets when the story broke of belligerent  teens harassing a Native American man beating a drum in a rally. There were duel rallies in the area. Since the teen was wearing a MAGA hat the news media or better yet fake news media went into overdrive bashing the kids. When the whole video was viewed any honest person could see the kids did nothing wrong in the whole confrontation. But this blatant truth means nothing to fake news. They hate Trump so lies are okay as long as it hurts their intended target. Nicholas Sandmann is a normal American well behaved teen. With him being a teen or minor the laws give him protections not afforded a public figure. So he could aggressively defend himself with a good legal team. Now truth and justice has a chance to rule and not the mob rule of the left. If this could happen more often we would have a more honest press. But we know they have financial donors and backers that pay them to spread these lies so we will have to see what is coming down the pike in hopes there will be more honesty in reporting. But don’t hold your breathe.

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By Michael Ameer

 

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