Reporter airs fake story about hospital overrun with Covid patients

Posted on September 14, 2021 2:40 pm

Reporter airs fake story about hospital overrun with Covid patients
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Squatch
4 days ago

Hey dickweed! You should not be calling your self “an investigative journalist” UNLESS YOU ACTUALLY INVESTIGATE THE FACTS AND GO LOOK WITH YOUR OWN EYEBALLS AND INTERVIEW ACTUAL PEOPLE ON THE SCENE!

You got hosed by a g’da.. rapper?!? You must be dumber than a box of rocks.

Just start walking into the desolation of the Nevada desert. Don’t turn back. Buzzards gotta eat too. Now git!

Paul Collins
Paul Collins
5 days ago

This past weekend OANN broadcast a 60 Minutes segment from the 1970s about the adverse reactions to the Swine Flu vaccine. What struck me about it was the quality of the content of the piece. Here was Mike Wallace, a well know lefty and avid proponent of ‘ambush journalism’, doing real investigative journalism, with real facts and figures, interviewing multiple people with differing viewpoints and then presenting the information to the audience. This is what ‘we’ are suppose to have. Instead ‘we’ get an unmotivated incompetent charlatan in David Charns (and his llke). Our society is experiencing a dramatic, across… Read more »

showandtell
showandtell
5 days ago
Reply to  Paul Collins

Love this comment to give us needed perspective. These days, in CA at least, with few exceptions, reporters just print the press releases they are sent by the govt agency or whoever. Or if on the street, they do the “he said-she said-some said” style of reporting. Never a challenge, never any independent research. As you know…..

Paul Collins
Paul Collins
4 days ago
Reply to  showandtell

Since I saw the 60 Minutes segment on OANN, I have been trying to think of who, in today’s politically divisive climate, could pull off a high quality investigative journalism piece. On the TV side, only Sharyl Attkisson (Full Measure News) and OANN come to mind. For the web there are sites like The National Pulse, Revolver, and some others. But all the entities I’ve mentioned have one thing in common. All are operated on shoestring budgets. None of them have anywhere near the resources of ABCCBSNBCCNNMSNBCFOX. That 60 Minutes segment from the 1970s, literally could not be made today.… Read more »

anon
anon
5 days ago

And this is what passes for ‘journalism’ Too freakin lazy to even make a phone call to confirm.