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    #4278 at 2020-05-18 05:45:19 (UTC+1)

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/05/17/disinformation-from-schiff-media-damaged-america/
    Corporate media control [source]:
    Bill Clinton_ 1996 Telecommunications Act
    [2016 campaign [+CF] contributions [HRC] by media]
    Control of information.
    Control of narrative.
    Control of people.
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    https://www.bostonherald.com/2020/05/17/disinformation-from-schiff-media-damaged-america/ Corporate media control [source]: Bill Clinton_ 1996 Telecommunications Act [2016 campaign [+CF] contributions [HRC] by media] Control of information. Control of narrative. Control of people. BOSTON HERALD: Disinformation from Schiff, media damaged America By BOSTON HERALD EDITORIAL STAFF | May 17, 2020 at 6:01 a.m. https://archive.fo/tRS0Z House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has been feeding the American people misinformation for years. He used his position — replete with access to information and people in the know — to distribute wild accounts of Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. [...] We found out this week that Schiff always knew there was no evidence of collusion. By day he would interview former Obama administration officials including Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power, national security adviser Susan Rice and Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who would tell him there was nothing, and by night he’d jump on a newscast assuring Americans that he’d seen evidence of something. But there was nothing. The canard Schiff continued to promulgate was supercharged, though, by the media, who went wall to wall with their coverage. Relics from Watergate were dragged out onto “Breaking News” sets and we were told how serious the matter was. Hysterical anti-Trump media personalities took to social media to scold anyone who doubted the Russia conspiracy, lecturing us about putting “country over party.” The coordination between Schiff and the media was pernicious. [...] As Lee Smith wrote in the New York Post, “The tragic fact is that once-prestigious press organizations, including CNN as well as MSNBC, the New York Times and the Washington Post, weren’t fooled by the collusion hoax. They were an essential part of it.” Adam Schiff is a vile actor. Democrats must follow their own mantra and put their country over party and eject the snake in their midst. There are bipartisan endeavors — like infrastructure legislation, economic recovery and the battle against the pandemic — that have undoubtedly been hindered by the malevolence of the congressman from California who abused his power by weaponizing his position in order to bring down a duly-elected president. We will continue to bear the poisoned fruit from his actions for years and it will happen again in a different form unless there is a reckoning, once and for all.

    The 1996 Telecommunications Act was designed to allow fewer, but larger corporations, to operate more media enterprises within a sector (such as Clear Channel's dominance in radio), and to expand across media sectors (through relaxation of cross-ownership rules), thus enabling massive and historic consolidation of media in the United States. These changes amounted to a near-total rollback of New Deal market regulation. Democracy in Peril: Twenty Years of Media Consolidation Under the Telecommunications Act Democracy in Peril: Twenty Years of Media Consolidation Under the Telecommunications Act BY Michael Corcoran PUBLISHED February 11, 2016 https://truthout.org/articles/democracy-in-peril-twenty-years-of-media-consolidation-under-the-telecommunications-act/ https://archive.fo/vyZIV More than 90 percent of the media is owned by just six companies: Viacom News Corporation Comcast CBS Time Warner Disney. SCREENSHOT: https://postimg.cc/XrRyTvPZ