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Friday, April 10

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The Media Can Die In A Fire 10 April 2020

Shelter in place and eat Vegemite. It works.


(Nothing wrong with that tweet.  Decided to start the day with something positive.)


Stupidity has consequences.  Let's ban consequences.



It's starting to look like the New York Times has one honest but stealthy sub-editor.


This keeps happening.  Article comes out with accurate headline, then gets progressively updated until it's pure propaganda.


We're getting through this pandemic, at great cost, so let's try some communism.



Gotta be the New York Times.  Nobody else could be that retarded.

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Wednesday, April 08

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The Media Can Die In A Fire 8 April 2020

Adam Schiff - yeah, that asshole again - wrote a letter to the media:


And then subsequently leaked it to Acting DNI Richard Grenell:


Okay, that one's not real, but it should be.

It's really touching how Cartoon Network is breaking new ground with blind and mentally disabled members of its audience:


As evidence mounts that hydroxychloroquine is a useful treatment for at least some WBSDP patients, NBC desperately seeks a cloud to the silver lining:



Damn those doctors, always butting in where they're not wanted and trying to save people's lives.



Also, unless the virus is also now a tornado, you mean "wracked".


The "Exciting flavours of Wuhan" tweet got taken down, sadly.


This was an unmitigated fuckup, but it was not the media's fuckup.  For once.



Yeah, sure, let's allow a plague ship to dock right by the CBD of Australia's largest city.  And then allow everyone to wander off without any testing or tracking.  What's the worst that could happen?

Meanwhile, Vox are very upset that their media fellows might be required to do their homework.



Yes, they're venal, vapid, and vicious, that goes without saying, but above all else journalists are lazy.

So, before the great dark cloud, this happened:



CBS ran with the modified limited hangout when called on their bulshit by 26,000 people:


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Tuesday, April 07

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The Media Can Die In A Fire 7 April 2020

Suspended on Twitter again - for an entire week - for saying something like the title of this post.

So all the unutterable crap the media spews will be collected here in daily threads for a while.

Starting with this retard:


Aha!  A cheap generic drug, off-patent for decades, but TRUMP has a small number of shares in one of the many manufacturers.  HOLD THE PRESSES WE'VE GOT HIM THIS TIME.

In fact, he doesn't even hold shares in that company.  He has an investment in a mutual fund that holds a small stake in Sanofi.  If hydroxychloroquine turns out the be the cure for Wuhan Bat Soup Death Plague and literally saves the world, Trump stands to make dozens of dollars.

Unfortunately being suspended means I can't respond to the fuckwits at NBC in the way they deserve, which would get me suspended anyway.


I hope the cheque for fifty cents cleared before you published that, you worthless sacks of crap.

This is pretty accurate.



Living the Non Non Biyori life in Florida?


From the Department of The Media Doesn't Take Sides, Period, we have this fucker:



Jonathan Turley, however, is proving to be that most endangered of species, an honest liberal:


At some point you have to say, as I did to get myself suspended, that the Washington Post can die in a fire:

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