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March 25, 2013

Chris Hedges: The Day That TV News Died — “Feb. 25, 2003, when MSNBC took Phil Donahue off the air because of his opposition to the calls for war in Iraq”

Filed under: Media Bias Exposed,Police State • ToBeFree,The End of America? — Jeff Fenske @ 12:20 pm

Jesse Ventura was also censored just before the start of the IRAQ WAR, writing on his Conspiracy Theory Facebook page:

“Donahue and I were both TAKEN OFF THE AIR and buried BY MSNBC.”

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From: readersupportednews.org

The Day That TV News Died

By Chris Hedges

I am not sure exactly when the death of television news took place. The descent was gradual—a slide into the tawdry, the trivial and the inane, into the charade on cable news channels such as Fox and MSNBC in which hosts hold up corporate political puppets to laud or ridicule, and treat celebrity foibles as legitimate news. But if I had to pick a date when commercial television decided amassing corporate money and providing entertainment were its central mission, when it consciously chose to become a carnival act, it would probably be Feb. 25, 2003, when MSNBC took Phil Donahue off the air because of his opposition to the calls for war in Iraq.

Entire Article Here

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1 Comment »

  1. CHRIS PLEASE CONTACT ME 708-288-8145 I MAY HAVE STAFF SGT Miltenberger’S contact information for THOMAS YOUNG

    Comment by Anonymous — March 25, 2013 @ 6:01 pm | Reply


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