The 'elites' know corporate media is on their side | Marc Morano

So-called elites run from independent journalists because they know they're far less likely to be friendly, unlike corporate outlets, says Climate Depot's Marc Morano.

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Have you seen this great video from Masako Ganaha? She's an independent journalist from Japan, and she managed to ask World Economic Forum chairman Klaus Schwab some questions last week.

We heard from Masako herself, when she talked to Ezra Levant during his trip to cover the WEF in Davos, Switzerland. In case you somehow missed our coverage, or you'd like to support the accountability journalism we did there, visit WEFReports.com.

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Ezra was joined by Climate Depot's Marc Morano to reflect on Masako's question and the WEF's annual summit.

Speaking of the encounter with Schwab, Marc told Ezra:

It's telling, most significantly because the world's most powerful ruling classes have now conditioned themselves to know that corporate media and established media is all friendly, it's fine. And they fear the small, independent, unaffiliated — you know, grassroots journalism.

That tells you everything you need to know about what's wrong with the mainstream media of the world today — globally speaking.

They're there to protect the powerful, not hold them to account. What a flip from the 1960s and 70s when you had people like Jane Fonda, and the media heralding the Pentagon Papers showing that the U.S. government lied about the Vietnam war.

So they don't think they'd lie about COVID, or terrorism, or climate? I don't understand what happened to these once-great progressives.

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