Not all facts should be reported equally: Let the approved journalists decide which ones you need to know

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Issues of race and ideology need to be handled delicately, particularly in English-speaking countries where racism has become so institutionalized that persyns of color are routinely denied jobs, promotions, and admission to Ivy League schools on the basis of skin color and ethnicity (which is just another word for race).

Which is why it is best left to approved journalism outlets such as NPC Daily, CNN, and MSNBC to determine whether the race and/or ideology of a mass shooter should be reported, along with whether FBI crime statistics are factually correct or just massively racist.

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After all, we’re the experts.‬

When your car breaks down, you call a mechanic. When a pipe springs a leak, you call a plumber. When you require gender reassignment surgery, you go to the doctor.

You aren’t about to let Tim Pool or Andy Ngo turn your genitals inside out, so why would you trust them to tell you which facts you need to know? Approved journalists are journalists you can TRUST.

Tina Pool

Media reporter. Twin sister to unapproved journalist Tim Pool, financée to male feminist vlogger Mx. Obvious. Everything on this site is satire.
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