The far-left New York Times came up with their list of the top misinformation podcasts on the Internet in concert with the far-left Brookings Institute.
The top entity identified by the NYT is none other than Steve Bannon’s War Room.
(Remember when a liar calls you a liar that usually confirms you’re spot on.)
Steve Bannon takes ratings as a badge of honor. Written by Natalie Winters.
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The New York Times In concert with the Brookings Institution, the conservative appears to be advocating increased censorship of podcasts that address issues such as election fraud and alternative COVID-19 treatments, alleging that the shows are serial spreaders of “misinformation.”
The article “Election Falsehoods Rise on Podcasts Ahead of Capitol Riots, Researchers Find” is a perfect example of agenda-driven journalism, which in this case appears to be de-platforming programs like The Sean Hannity Show, The Charlie Kirk. Mark Levin podcast in addition to the show, War Room.
The article purports to imply that the show mentioned above and the uncontrolled sharing of election fraud-related information are responsible for the events of January 6. (Simply put: Censorship shows that disprove the establishment-sanctioned narrative that otherwise January 6th-style events will happen ad infinitum.)
The New York Times Re-analysis from The Brookings Institution, alleging that War Room was spreading “misinformation” about the election. While what constitutes “misinformation” is entirely subjective, it is clear of the New York Times Using the establishment, the Washington, DC think tank’s reporting is part of an effort to make its anti-conservative agenda seem more legitimate in the eyes of the reader.
This is a perfect example The New York Times Information laundering on behalf of the Brookings Institution, and it is clear that “misinformation” translates into any narrative that is inconsistent with the discourse of the establishment and the Biden administration.
Bannon’s War Room probably gets more coverage from The Gateway Pundit than any other online site. His guests are very sharp and his topics are ones that the NYT would never discuss or report.
War Room, like The Gateway Pundit, is almost always proven right. This is why the New York Times and the Brookings Institute hate him. Because He is right and He is effective in revealing the truth.
Watch Steve Bannon discuss the following New York Times article with Natalie Winters.