Watch Sharyl Attkisson's TEDx Talk at the University of Nevada in 2018.
Was the effort to focus America's attention on the idea of “fake news”—itself a propaganda effort? Connect the dots and learn who’s behind it and why. It’s not what you think.
Bryan Taplits says
I watched the video, Ms Attkisson-and I'm glad I did. It was an interesting (and enlightening) analysis of a serious, albeit un-examined, subject.
I always thought before that former President Trump had coined the phrase. However, after seeing your video I realize that he only minted it.
You are absolutely fearless and forthright-which is the reason why (I just finished "Slanted") I chose to have Emailed to me your reports. Thank you for letting me visit and view them.
Have a Good New Year!!
Bob Kaluza says
I watched the video.
Exemplary discussion and presentation.
Stephen Triesch says
As Sharyl suggests in the video, the new emphasis on "media literacy" courses in the schools seems to be a backdoor way of legitimizing censorship. One of the most ominous developments in recent years is the strong advocacy for censorship that has emerged in the mainstream media, of all places. And this coincides with the fact that trust in the mainstream media is itself at an all-time low due to their own checkered history of bias and false reporting.