all that has transpired in the last twelve years, it may be hard to
believe that many Americans are only now recognizing that America is
without a legitimate media source.
Although better late than never, these Americans will need to quickly understand that the media is comfortable in its role as a government propaganda tool.
During a debate in December of 1964, more than one year after John F. Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas, Texas, bestselling author, the late Mark Lane, addressed a large audience. “Not one national television network has presented a single program that challenged the government’s position regarding the assassination of JFK.”
It makes no difference what you believe happened in Dealey
Plaza. The point that Mr. Lane was making was that there was no
curiosity by the media to look into opinions outside the government’s
One can easily exchange the words “voter fraud” for “the assassination of JFK,” and you’d have the current state of affairs of what is happening right now in 2020.
And it makes no difference whether you believe the election was stolen or not. What should concern every American is how transparently unwilling the media is to investigate the possibility of a crime.
“We are not afraid to entrust the American people with unpleasant facts. For a nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.”—John F. Kennedy 2/26/62
It’s extremely rare to experience moments in time that change the course
of human history. Such a moment is about to unfold upon the American
people as the deep state and propaganda media prepares to legitimize
what appears to be a stolen Presidential election.............To Read More....