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“Potential Policy Recommendations to Support the Reinvention of Journalism.”
It’s not enough that we can arguably state that the guy sitting in that oval office at 1600 Pennsylvania today was basically put in there by the Mainstream Media. It’s not enough that said MSM can arguably be called “water carriers” for the current administration. And it’s not enough that we can arguably state that that same MSM is in deep, deep denial over their selling us the Presidential snake oil.
Just imagine how fair and balanced the news will be once the MSM and their “journalists” are “reinvented.” And of course, it wouldn’t be in keeping with this administration’s modus operandi if we didn’t add a little insult to injury along with a good dose of salt to the wound: Just imagine how this “reinvented journalism” will undoubtedly be subsidized.
Good times lie ahead, fellow taxpayers. Soon, not only will be we regaled with what we’ll be assured – for our own good, natch – will be “fair and balanced” coverage of this administration’s opaque transparency but we’ll be footing the bill.
Some folks have argued that this plan to Federalize the journalism industry by the administration is because of this President’s remarkably thin skin. And that may be one of the reasons behind it, but I’ll offer up my own humble opinion on the matter:
The worst enemy of socialism is the empowered individual. And that empowerment, comrades, comes from the unabated access to true and untainted information.
Print is the sharpest and the strongest weapon of our party.
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