Mainstream Media Warns Journalists AGAINST Printing The Truth In Aftermath Of Burisma Hack

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MAINSTREAM MEDIA WARNS JOURNALISTS AGAINST PRINTING THE TRUTH IN AFTERMATH OF BURISMA HACK

Mac Slavo
SHTFplan.com

The mainstream media desperately wants the truth about Joe Biden’s Burism corruption swept under the rug.  They are warning journalists to not even look at the information available after a “hack”, let alone print the truth for people.

 

If someone DOES manage to print the truth and big tech doesn’t censor it, the mainstream media says that person is handing over the 2020 election to Russia.  Where have we heard this before?

 

Burisma Holdings – the Ukrainian company where Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden’s son Hunter served as a director – has been hacked, cybersecurity firm Area 1 announced on Tuesday. Area 1 has ties to both the NSA and Crowdstrike, the firm behind 2016’s still-unproven “Russian hacking” allegations, and has fingered “Fancy Bear” – the ‘hacking group’ at the center of those allegations – as the culprit. –RT

 

Even though no files have been released from the “hack,” the thought police are out in full force trying to attempt the truth from being printed. The American political and media thought leaders have been issuing dire warnings to any journalists thinking of publishing or even reading them if they ever are released. To do so would be giving aid and comfort to the enemy – one step above treason – and nothing less than a capital thoughtcrime, these individuals have suggested.

 

 

Noah Shachtman, the Daily Beast’s editor was one of those who warned against publishing data that was “hacked by the Russians.” Since there was no confirmation of any data being copied, planted, or removed in that “hack,” editors might just want to be safe and ignore any negative information that might emerge relating to Biden or his corrupt son. The truth will remain hidden, and mainstream media has actually admitted to not wanting people to know the truth.  As the government’s lapdog, we expected nothing less.

 

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