The Coverup: The Mainstream Media’s ‘Shameful’ Silence On Reporting Of The Twitter Files

The leftist media has become the propaganda arm of the Democrat Party

Liberal news outlets like The New York Times and The Washington Post have failed to report on the 'Twitter Files." SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

(New York Post) Whatever happened to “All the news that’s fit to print,” and “Democracy dies in darkness,” the respective mottos of the two most influential newspapers in the country, The New York Times and The Washington Post?

Every morning, these august organs set the narrative for newsrooms across the country, and yet, time and again, we see them ignore stories that don’t suit their own agenda as propaganda purveyors for the Democratic Party and the security state.


This has been obvious in their non-coverage of Elon Musk’s Twitter Files, four batches over 10 days so far, which have revealed a chilling censorship regime at the social media giant, which no doubt is replicated across Big Tech, including at Facebook and Google.

We see evidence of what we long suspected, despite Twitter former CEO Jack Dorsey’s lies to Congress: Conservatives and medical professionals were silenced, as part of a crackdown on effective dissent against the government. From The Post’s Hunter Biden laptop stories and criticism of the Biden administration’s botched Afghanistan withdrawal to Dr. Fauci’s bogus edicts on masks, lockdowns and the origins of COVID, censorship has been the order of the day. That should be a story of interest to journalists at The Times and WaPo.

Conservative accounts would often be prevented from trending.
The ‘Twitter Files’ revealed how Twitter censored right-wing users.
NY Post composite

Threat to democracy

If anything is an existential threat to democracy, it is Big Tech’s assault on free speech, in service to one side of politics and under the instruction of intelligence operatives determined to rig elections against recalcitrant Republicans. In fact, the lead agency tasked with election security, the FBI, is revealed as a prime culprit.

The best description for what The Times and WaPo are doing is “totschweigetaktik,” a great German word for “death by silence,” a tactic to kill ideas or news stories by ignoring them.

Apart from defending Twitter’s 2020 decision to censor The Post, The Times has not covered the revelations of the last 10 days, save a couple of stories smearing Twitter’s freedom-minded new owner Elon Musk.

He “sounds a lot like a Republican — and, sometimes, a lot like Mr. Trump,” The Times opined, delivering the worst possible insult in the eyes of its 6.3 million subscribers.

While it studiously ignores the Twitter Files, The Times has given ample space to Musk’s critics, including amplifying laughably bogus data from the propagandists at the Anti-Defamation League, of an “unprecedented rise in hate speech” on the platform, promptly scotched by Musk.

The so-called “paper of record” also talked up attempts by still-in-favor Facebook to build a rival platform to Twitter.

Catch up on Twitter’s censorship of The Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story

Over at The Washington Post, resident disinformation expert Taylor Lorenz went on TV falsely to claim that Elon Musk had laid off the staff who monitored child sexual exploitation material. The opposite is the case. On taking over Twitter, Musk declared his “priority #1” was to remove such material and, in two weeks, did more to cleanse Twitter of child abuse content than previous management had done in a decade.

The WaPo also reported that Musk was being investigated by San Francisco authorities for creating makeshift bedrooms at Twitter HQ for employees to sleep in, which he denied.
It was the same ignore-and-smear game across the leftie media-sphere.

“Old news” was how The Atlantic dismissed the Twitter Files.

The "Twitter files" revealed that there were multiple different shadow banning methods at Twitter. Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told Congress that the platform did not shadow ban users.AFP via Getty Images


NBC, CBS, and ABC devoted a total of zero minutes to the Twitter Files, according to Fox News.

NBC’s “disinformation” reporter Ben Collins’ contribution was to tweet a “yawn” emoji.

Yes, it’s a big yawn that so many former FBI and CIA officials were embedded in senior management roles at Twitter and Facebook. And not just the FBI’s top lawyer and Russiagate quarterback, James Baker, who was hired by Twitter five months before the 2020 election; at least a dozen others joined after Trump won the 2016 election.

It’s a big yawn to see evidence that Twitter became a propaganda arm of the Democratic Party and federal government agencies, and that the FBI has been coercing social media companies to violate the First Amendment and interfere with elections.

Musk, a long-time Democrat voter, at least is getting a crash course in media malfeasance.
Sunday morning, he threw another cat among the pigeons: “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”

The incendiary tweet amassed almost 800,000 likes in the next 10 hours.

When YouTuber Viva Frei, aka Canadian lawyer David Freiheit, elaborated on the point: “Fauci lied under oath, engaged in gain of function research in a Chinese lab, jeopardized the entire planet, and arguably contributed to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people,” Musk replied, “Correct.”

His Fauci diss drew immediate condemnation from deep state characters like former CIA Director John Brennan, a proven liar and confessed Communist.

The Hunter Biden laptop story was brushed off as misinformation by many major outlet.
Twitter censored The Post’s article about Hunter Biden’s laptop in 2020.

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