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WikiLeaks Catches NPR Spreading Fake News, Destroys Them On Twitter

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Wikileaks did it again — proving beyond the frailest shadow of a doubt fork-tongued mainstream presstitutes have no interest in legitimate reporting — but would rather spoon feed the American populace whatever mendacious drivel suits their corporate sponsors' slavishly nationalist, Russophobic agenda.

By: Claire Bernish/The Free Thought Project   Wikileaks did it again — proving beyond the frailest shadow of a doubt fork-tongued mainstream presstitutes have no interest in legitimate reporting — but would rather spoon feed the American populace whatever mendacious drivel suits their corporate sponsors' slavishly nationalist, Russophobic agenda.

Facts be damned. Oldstream media tried to hold Wikileaks accountable for yet another exploit for which it had literally no role.

Quelle surprise.

Where the civilians of this once-united nation vociferously defend their preferred mainstream outlet-du-jour for being less slanted than its political polar opposite — as in, how MSNBC could be considered the left's answer to FOX News — one former titan of bias-free reporting just proved itself no different than a random grocery store tabloid.


Parting with an ostensively factual, if admittedly left-inclined, record of award-winning journalism, NPR — taxpayer-funded, U.S. government-approved, National Public Radio — spun the brazen anti-free press, establishment-friendly narrative into a tweet so poorly vetted, Twitter briefly raised a single collective eyebrow.

That is before users from around the globe attacked normally mild-mannered NPR with that special scorn only Twitter can muster — because the public outlet threw journalistic integrity to the wayside — in reporting documents pertaining to now newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron.

"Wikileaks posted 9 gigabytes of Macron's campaign data, which is said to include both real and fake documents," the verified NPR account flippantly tweeted with a link to its own article about the leak on Saturday afternoon.

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