Goodbye, legacy media

This story about child abuse sums it up: From Michelle Malkin at Townhall:


What happened? The case is under seal because it involves minors, but prosecutor Grant Loebs said there is videotape of the alleged sexual assault (a fact which local activists first divulged). Two of the boys are in custody. It’s not clear what happened to the third.

He could be dead for all we know, but if a report of his death wouldn’t advance a progressive cause, you can be sure it won’t be made.

Here’s the sickening thing: The people who should have been asking tough questions — like, you know, mainstream journalists — have spent more time attacking local whistleblowers and bloggers than they have spent demanding answers and holding public officials accountable.

Why do people even agree to be interviewed by legacy media anymore? Why contribute to distortion?

See also: Readers dump Fleet Street. Of course.


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