Reporters, Journalists, Manufacture Facts To Match The Narrative

In the New York Times and every other MSM, it doesn't matter whether the "facts" match the "narrative"-- in the realm of MSM a reporter's job is to manufacture "facts" to match the pre-determined "narrative." "... Almost every time I’ve talked to a reporter has gone this way: they had already decided the narrative beforehand. I’m never being asked for information — I’m being used for quotes to back up their predetermined story, regardless of whether it’s true. (Consider this when you read the news.) Misquotes usually aren’t mistakes — they’re edited, consciously or not, to say what the reporter needs them to say...."

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