Looks like a thriving business for the DC news.
Is he supposed to be working at a computer screen generating fake news?
And even THAT isn’t fast enough…
Didn’t Fox News meld those two steps into one?
Looks like ‘Drink the Kool-Aid hot off the press’…
Love the 1940’s factory line-worker vibe of the editor (excuse me, narrative merchant).
Probably a good business plan. Sort of a mobile spin master. Oddly enough even the good guys need someone to tell their side of the story.
The guy is anticipating what will be said of what was said, i.e., pols make comments, then try to convince everyone they said something different, then they reinterpret both sets of comments
The AP is just about the only news outfit generating relatively objective news. Everybody else just publishes biased editorials.
Read any comments section online, and you can literally see the twist and shout. . .it’s a contemporary iteration of the old game “Telephone”. . .
In breaking news: the news is broken.
“What I’m going to get impeached?? Start up the trade war again and oh get something going with Iran!” "But sir Russia interfered with our elections! " “Shut up my friends (some very good people) own those tankers!”
A well placed garbage can.
In Wash. D.C. and Hollywood, CA. there’s a Spin Meister on every corner.
He who controls the narrative controls history.
The only hard-hitting investigative journalist I really trust is Cap’n Eddie………
just remember…“anecdotal is one, data is more than one”
Washington Post, no doubt.
Man ain’t this the truth.
I wonder if there’s supposed to be any significance to the fact that it appears to be only white guys engaging in this vicious cycle.
You want facts? Don’t you know that curiosity killed the walrus?
I like the trash can, why bother reading the newspaper, it’s old news anyway.
Working from left (good reporting) to right, we have the news, the spin, and the garbage can.
Ah, the almighty narrative, made more adjustable while you wait. Unquestionably all the newspapers are mainstream and come in the following flavers “PC pontification,” “morally outraged about something they had endorsed a decade ago,” and “he stole the election from a candidate who did not seem aware of the electoral college.”.