Fake News, Real Propaganda: Scarlett Fakhar, former news anchor of Fox 26 affiliate KRIV TV in Houston, Texas, gave Garth Kant of WND a behind-the-scenes look at her recent firing by that affiliate.
The story that emerges "appears to be of a blatant double standard and a hypocritical enforcement of company policy at KRIV," Kant writes.
"I was fired for by political beliefs," Fakhar states.
What we saw documented in election 2016, and continue to see in its aftermath, is that so-called mainstream journalism today is ideology-driven coverage -- not fact- or news-driven coverage.
Individuals who don't fit that narrow propagandistic mold and who dare think and speak outside of that unfortunate, politically correct status quo discover they have no place in that rigged system.
That is a crucial discovery to make. In fact: Any human being is too good for any system of propaganda. And so is a society that would be free.
It's difficult to imagine a more clear-cut a case of media bias.
One reporter at a television station said on the air, "Ted Cruz is like the dark lord from Star Wars," and, "I think he's the Antichrist."
Another reporter at the same television station stated in a private Facebook post that she was "happy and relieved" the morning after Donald Trump won the presidential election.
The reporter who privately made the conservative comment was fired.
The reporter who publicly made the liberal comment still has his job.
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