One of the latest trends among legacy media "journalists" is to spy on their political opponents
in an effort to bully and intimidate them.
In what Glenn Greenwald describes as "an unholy mix of junior high hall-monitor tattling and Stasi-like citizen surveillance," increasingly more fake news reporters are attempting to censor, control and ultimately destroy white people and conservatives using extreme anti-journalism tactics.
This particularly toxic strain of authoritarian "journalism" can be seen at CNN
and The New York Times
. Names like Brian Stelter, Oliver Darcy, Ben Collins, Brandy Zadrozny, Mike Isaac, Kevin Roose, Sheera Frenkel and Taylor Lorenz are among the worst offenders.
Each of these names has been caught trying to silence free speech as it suits their interests. Zadrozny, as we reported
, spends much of her time online harassing and "doxing" people she does not like, all in the name of fighting harassment and doxing.
"They do it in part for power: to ensure nobody but they can control the flow of information," Greenwald says about these fake journalists. "They do it partly for ideology and out of hubris: the belief that their worldview is so indisputably right that all dissent is inherently dangerous 'disinformation.'"
"And they do it from petty vindictiveness: they clearly get aroused – find otherwise-elusive purpose – by destroying people's reputations and lives, no matter how powerless. Whatever the motive, corporate media employees whose company title is 'journalist' are the primary activists against a free and open internet and the core values of free thought."
Journalism in America is all but dead
Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy are notorious for sitting around criticizing people who break the "rules" on social media and demanding that the tech overlords take action to silence them.
also has its own childish assembly of digital hall monitors who work in the "disinformation space" to call out people and accounts that share information of which they do not approve.
According to Greenwald, the Times
employs the worst tattletales. When Parler was on the chopping block for harboring "extremists," the Times
was waiting in the wings to point out that many of its users had migrated to Signal and Telegram.
tattletale wrote a piece about how private messaging apps like Signal and Telegram are "the next misinformation hot spot," the suggestion being that they need to be shut down in order to prevent another Capitol false flag "siege."
"Other than private messaging, people love to use Telegram for group chats – up to 200,000 people can meet inside a Telegram chat room," whined one Times
"reporter." "That seems problematic."
Some have even tried to go after Substack
for publishing the work of Greenwald and others. Greenwald, as you may recall, left The Intercept
, which he co-founded, back in October due to a fundamental disagreement with the editors over the nature of journalism and censorship.
Greenwald believes in free speech and we can only guess this did not go over so well with the "woke" at his former paper who believe that the First Amendment is an outdated relic that needs to be abolished to keep information "pure."
Amazingly, journalism has deviated so far from what it was intended to be that many of today's so-called "journalists" have become anti-journalists
. Lorenz, for instance, recently went on a crusade in which she tried to get Twitter users in trouble for using the word "retarded" in the Clubhouse app.
"It's all they are," says Greenwald about how these corporate "journalists" are little more than tattletale speech police. "It's why they have fully earned the contempt and distrust in which the public holds them."
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