Why was there such dishonest media coverage of the Google firing?

From Guy Benson at Townhall:

When CNN’s Brooke Baldwin framed Damore’s thesis as, “he’s essentially saying well I don’t really like women anywhere near a computer,” Mary Katharine Ham’s facial expression says it all.  It’s a truly ridiculous claim that bears no resemblance to the actual memo.  To her credit, liberal commentator and free speech advocate Kirsten Powers slapped back at the media’s atrocious coverage of the storyMore.

Reality check: Traditional media would love to control what we are allowed to know about the world around us. They can only dream of what Google could do if permitted. See ‘Dangerous’: Milo Yiannopoulos delights to provoke: The book by the gay conservative provocateur is not nearly as Dangerous as the social media world he exposes.
See also: It’s not just Google

  • Martin B

    The Google memo, Islam, socialism, Trump, antifa…is there ANYTHING the media are honest about?

  • Editor

    Baldwin’s description of the memo is such a blatant lie, it’s amazing CNN hasn’t issued a “clarification”. Disgusting.

    • BillyHW

      The way I heard it described on the radio was that the manifesto claimed that women were biologically inferior to men and therefore should not be put in any leadership positions in the tech industry.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Why care? Google is just another publicly traded behemoth. Let it stand as a warning to anyone who wants to apply there. Get hired, this is what you get. Beyond that, who gives a hoot. In the meantime, let’s throw a bright light on EVERY SINGLE contested firing at CNN.