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As Ratings Nosedive, CNN Frets that People Will Be ‘Directionless’ Without It

'People are not really living in the same bubble that it seems most of the media is messaging toward... '

CNN senior media reporter Oliver D’Arcy appeared on Brian Stelter’s Reliable Sources to complain about the media’s inability to tell flyover country how to think.

In response to Stelter’s question regarding how “out of touch” the media is with ordinary Americans — prompted by a steady plunge in CNN’s ratings — D’Arcy agreed that “people are not really living in the same bubble that it seems most of the media is messaging toward.”

“If people are tuning out what’s going on with cable news . . . we’re not really getting the information that they need to them,” D’Arcy continued.

D’Arcy’s concern about the cable media “bubble” comes as the press is making a concerted effort to cancel virologist Dr. Robert Malone, who recently argued on Joe Rogan’s show that coastal elites obsessed with COVID are victims of “mass formation psychosis.”

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“A third of the population [has] basically been hypnotized and totally wrapped up in whatever Tony Fauci  . . . whatever CNN tells them is true,” Malone said.

Malone defined a mass formation psychosis as what results “when you have a society that has become decoupled from each other and has free-floating anxiety, and a sense that things don’t make sense.”

When that society gets “their attention focused” on an alleged threat like COVID, “they literally become hypnotized and can literally be led anywhere,” Malone continued.

The Associated Press and Reuters both immediately churned out “fact checks” following Dr. Malone’s interview, informing their readers that “psychology experts say there is no support for the ‘psychosis’ theory described by Malone.”

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“Health officials have found the COVID-19 vaccines to be safe and effective — especially in terms of protecting against serious illness,” the AP hastened to add.

 

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