News that the networks and probably the print media will do everything they can to ignore the blockbuster book due out next week about Hillary Clinton is hardly surprising.
We’ve seen how the press sees itself – not as bringing information to the public anymore, but keeping information from them that might upset the liberal globalist agenda.
Team Hillary is working overtime to block former Secret Service officer Gary Byrne from appearing on ANY broadcast network, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.
Byrne is set to reveal what he observed inside the White House while protecting the First Family in the 1990s.
‘What I saw sickened me,’ Byrne explains. ‘I want you to hear my story.’
Byrne paints a picture of Hillary as a deranged madwoman running interference on Bill’s sexploits.
The book ‘CRISIS OF CHARACTER’ is finally set for release next Monday. It has already became the top seller at AMAZON for the month of June.
And now Clinton’s circle is preparing to hit back hard!
POLITICO plans an early morning attack on Byrne’s credibility, sources claim, despite his having served in federal law enforcement for nearly thirty years.
Meanwhile, Hillary’s campaign has won assurances that he will not be invited to spread ‘lies’ on any of the nation’s broadcast networks.
‘It’s trash for cash,’ a campaign official warned one producer.
FOXNEWS ‘HANNITY’ will have the first exclusive for cable news, DRUDGE has learned.
Mark Hewitt writes at American thinker: “The conservative radio personality, Chris Plante (WMAL, Washington, DC) opines that the most insidious power of the media is their power to ignore. While it is certainly true that the chief editor of a major newspaper or the producer of a network newscast has the ability to spike or kill a story, which is essentially their way of ‘ignoring’ the news if you will, what is more subtle, deceitful—and dare I suggest corrupt—is their penchant to frame a story to fit a specific narrative. They no longer report the news, but they do shape a message.”
Unfortunately, that is true.
Even in Memphis, the Commercial Appeal and the local TV news pick and choose what they want you to know. How often have you heard a story reported and asked yourself why the story didn’t make sense? That there were holes in it or that it was not logical? Many, I’m sure.
In this election campaign you will have to be vigilant about finding things out for yourself and spreading the news. There is in life the “seen and unseen.” Never has it been so apparent as in news reportage today.