March 22, 2018

Dr. Gorka: There IS a way to push back against the “fake news” media

Sebastian GorkaRebel Contributor


In the past week alone, we've witnessed even more evidence that the mainstream media has become a parody of itself.

While they obsess over fake news like porn star Stormy Daniels' alleged encounters with Donald Trump, and the supposedly "controversial" fact that Larry Kudlow believes in God, the media ignores the most important stories of our time, from the booming economy, to potentially ushering in peace on the Korean peninsula for the first time in six decades.

It's enough to make anyone tune out completely, but that's not the answer...

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commented 2018-03-24 03:21:42 -0400
Excellent Dr. Gorka, as always… The downward path of the news media started during the Vietnam War era when more and more media started to permit a “blurring” of what was “hard news” and “commentary”… I know, I was a journalism student at the time… It has continued unabated since then as the old cadre of hard news editors died off and were replaced by the ranks of “social justice warriors” masquerading as objective editors… With today’s INEVITABLE results…
commented 2018-03-23 00:07:15 -0400
CBC = Caliphate Broadcasting Corporation.
Let me take a wild stab at their next feature …….will it be Trump bashing ? Or will it be “Russian collusion” ? Or maybe an Islamic feel good story ? Or perhaps a story on " white privilege" or will they focus on the cuteness of Mohammad Trudeau’s socks ? Such hard hitting stuff ! …… predictably pathetic.
commented 2018-03-22 22:38:19 -0400
I leave you with one last commandment. Love. Go and tell the world
commented 2018-03-22 19:32:20 -0400
We are forced to pay for government propaganda in Canada, the government misappropriates tax dollars to fund the CBC who then broadcast smoke and mirrors!
commented 2018-03-22 19:04:28 -0400
Well it looks like I’ve been part of the solution for some time now.
commented 2018-03-22 19:03:34 -0400
The fourth estate, the press, at one time had an honourable function of holding the government to account, but, as Gorka noted, has degraded to a leftist propaganda machine.