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What You Need To Know About The New York Times Plea For Subsidize

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Unbelievable news today as the current CEO of the New York Times Mark Thompson during a recent speech asked for subsidize for the main stream media because of fake news. In this video Luke Rudkowski broke down the entire arguement and the horrible criminal behavoir of Mark Thompson along with the NYT.

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1 comment to What You Need To Know About The New York Times Plea For Subsidize

  • Ed_B

    “Unbelievable news today as the current CEO of the New York Times Mark Thompson during a recent speech asked for subsidize for the main stream media because of fake news.”

    Yes, that is unbelievable. Also unbelievable is the use of a verb (subsidize) as if it was a noun.

    In any case, the so-called main stream media is basically run by nincompoops who have run their companies into the ground in their zeal to serve their political masters and who now want to be bailed out at tax-payer expense. IMO, they need to be allowed the opportunity to fail because that is where we all learn the hard lessons in life.

    Real world actions have real consequences, so subsidizing their fake news and obvious political bias, such as was seen during the 2016 presidential election via Wiki Leaks, will only guarantee more of this crummy behavior on their part.

    They are losing viewers, readers, and listeners in droves. The Internet news media is eating their breakfast and lunch while also eying their dinner as well… and rightly so. When a business model fails, it is time for a new model and more of the same things that got them in this terrible financial condition is NOT it.

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