The Deep Media Web

Yesterday it was announced that the New York Daily News was axing about 80 staffers. According to them, that’s half the staff.

And, according to them, it’s a big blow to journalism. At least, liberal journalism. Consider these recent covers:

and this:

and the famous or infamous:

Hardly unbiased and fair.

According to the Daily Beast, “A second staffer, who did receive a pink slip, said it’s only a matter of time before the Daily News—whose circulation is a tiny fraction of the more than 4 million papers it once regularly sold—kills its print edition and goes all-digital.

“It will be a thin, all-digital operation,” the fired staffer predicted. “Competing with the New York Post is over. Competing with the New York Times is over. That was our pride and joy. That’s in the past.”

Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

The cast off managing editor Jim Rich tweeted, “If you hate democracy and think local governments should operate unchecked and in the dark, then today is a good day for you.”

Awww.

Now to the connections.

The Daily Beast reports, “Especially hard-hit were family members of the New York Times’ crack White House correspondent Maggie Haberman. Her husband Dareh Gregorian lost his job as the Daily News’ politics editor, and her brother Zach Haberman is no longer the paper’s head of content.”

That’s the wretched Maggie Haberman whose zeal against President Trump can’t be denied. She’s one of the rabid New York Timesers who cloaks her hatred in supposedly “fair” stories that rely on leaks and gossip.

It’s just another example of how the Deep State and the Deep Media collude. Yes, collusion over the ridiculous Russia stuff. Her colleague at the Times, Ali Watkins, even went so far as allegedly sleeping with Senate staffer (to Senator Diane Feinstein) James Wolfe to get the FISA warrant against Carter Page.

Funny how the Me, Too movement overlooks all this.

The network in the media is as bad and as connected as the Deep State. Until this is stopped we will continue to be pawns to their ideology.

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