Once again, the liberal media is playing games and trying to control the narrative. This time, it’s the Washington Post scrubbing all mention of the billionaire who owns the LA Times. Why would they do that? Well, it seems that the truth about wealthy owners of major newspapers is a little too uncomfortable for them to handle.
In an article by Perry Bacon Jr., he dared to address the layoffs at the LA Times and question the role of billionaire ownership in the news industry. But lo and behold, the Washington Post removed the column without any explanation. Days later, they re-published it, but with significant edits. All references to owner Patrick Soon-Shiong were gone, as if he never existed.
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Why would they do this? Bacon’s column wasn’t even critical of Soon-Shiong. He simply acknowledged that relying on ultrawealthy individuals to save journalism is a problem. And let’s face it, that’s the truth. We can’t just rely on billionaires to fund the news and expect unbiased reporting.
But the Washington Post couldn’t handle that truth. They couldn’t handle the fact that their own billionaire owner, Jeff Bezos, might have some influence over their content. So, they decided to scrub any mention of Soon-Shiong and avoid addressing the issue altogether.
This is just another example of the liberal media trying to control the narrative and silence any voices that dare to challenge them. They want to keep their wealthy benefactors happy and cater to their interests, all while claiming to be unbiased and objective.
It’s time for the American people to wake up and see through their lies. We need a diverse and independent media that isn’t controlled by billionaires and their agendas. We need reporters who are willing to ask tough questions and hold the powerful accountable, regardless of their political leanings.
But as long as we have media outlets like the Washington Post trying to hide the truth and manipulate the news, we will never have true journalistic integrity. It’s time for a change, and it starts with exposing their biased tactics and demanding better from our news sources. Let’s not let the liberal media control the narrative any longer.