(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Corporate media outlets have roundly refused to cover the unfolding release of Twitter Files that reveal the collusion and corruption of the company, Big Tech and the Left-wing of the American government.
Throughout the last week, Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi have been publishing the files given to them by Elon Musk on the social media platform. So far, the mainstream media has refused to report on what was egregious happenings inside the company before Musk bought it, according to The Federalist.
“According to Grabien, a news clipping and transcribing service, a search of its database finds that among the three major networks — ABC News, CBS News, and NBC News — the words ‘Twitter Files’ have been discussed on air a collective total of one time since Dec. 2, the day Elon Musk announced the release of the first batch,” The Federalist reported.
“When it comes to cable network coverage, CNN and MSNBC have mentioned the words ‘Twitter Files’ just 13 times and 17 times, respectively, since Dec. 2, compared to Fox News’s 374 mentions of the keywords.”
“A Monday search on CNN’s website for ‘Twitter Files’ turns up zero search results for any coverage of the independent journalists’ ongoing investigations,” the outlet published.
The Federalist mocked mass media by pointing out that the first five parts of the Twitter files covered the favorite topics of the establishment, except not the side that they like.
“The media blackout is odd, considering that the first five parts of the ongoing series have covered some of the corporate media’s previously favorite topics such as the events of Jan. 6, 2021, and Twitter’s subsequent banning of former President Donald Trump, which have received in-depth coverage for the last two years,” the outlet reported.
Fox News also noticed the Twitter Files blackout, pegging the total number of minutes fake news media has dedicated to its coverage at a mere 14 minutes. CBS News, ABC News, and NBC News have not discussed the Twitter files in the last week.
“I think those people should be looking in the mirror and wondering why they were deceptive. Why did they deceive the American public?” Musk asked of the fake news blackout.
“And instead of trying to redirect blame to Matt Taibbi, they should be accepting some responsibility themselves for not being truthful to the American public.”