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ABC News Had a DUTY to Report on Epstein, and Blew It

Sometime during the second term of the Obama administration, a key law was abolished that prohibited the propagandization of the American voting public. Not many people are aware of that. If you didn’t know about it, we don’t blame you. After all, the mainstream media isn’t exactly falling over themselves to tell you about the fact that it is legal for them to lie to you in the name of political interests.

But we wonder if it was once illegal to propagandize the American public- and now it is not, what is different between now and then?

You see, laws are not put on the books if there is not a reason for them. For example, there is no law prohibiting you from slapping yourself across the face with a warm herring. That’s because no one wants to do that — at least not to problematic proportions. So, if there was a law forbidding the media from lying to the public, it must have been necessary.

Now, we ask you, doesn’t it seem like the media has become WAY more dishonest in recent years? We think they do seem to have become more lie-crazy since 2012. So, what could have triggered the landslide of lies we see from the likes of CNN and MSNBC?

Now, we have recently learned that ABC may have had a duty to report the Epstein story because it involves danger to minors. Did they mistakenly think that the abolition of the ban on lies protected them?

Here’s RT, with the venerable Ben Swann, with more. 


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