Your source to mainline mainstream media misbehavior and malpractice brings, this week: Twitter bans, whistle-blower fans, and larcenous trans.
It seems inevitable that we will move away from the Twitter drama, but when Elon Musk takes direct action on journalists, their ensuing, fainting couch hysterics beg for coverage. Affiliated to that, we have CNN’s Oliver Darcy looking even more insipid, as he attempts to not cover the story but his tracks. There was also a Ben Collins development worth noting.
Moving beyond that, the press shows they are struggling to cover the arrest of Sam Brinton, an energy official from the Biden administration; we also offer an update on the deposed Florida whistle-blower, Rebekah Jones–with a follow-up from Chris Cuomo,
Now, crack one open and savor some mainstream media mayhem.
- The Twitter suspensions handed out sent a shockwave through the press industry.
- CNN’s Oliver Darcy calls it a threat to journalism when a few reporters are suspended, not when he tries to silence outlets.
- NBC’s Ben Collins also gets a suspension, but not from Twitter.
- Darcy and CNN attempt to deflect from the Twitter Files story they refused to cover for weeks.
- Darcy criticizes the GOP for going after TikTok, as he justifies their reason to do so.
- NBC News calls the recidivist luggage thief Sam Brinton “historic.”
- Forbes looks at Sam Brinton’s crimes and decides the big problem is with Republicans noticing anything happened.
- Rebekah Jones pleads guilty, and Chris Cuomo pleads ignorance in response.