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The moves by Michael Pack, an ally of Steve Bannon appointed by President Trump, raised concerns that the news organizations would become partisan.
My immediate response is how do we stop it? My second response is what has become of the Republicans in the US Senate? They have failed the United States repeatedly. Without taking time to study this issue beyond the attached link, my first opinion is that in order to restore sanity to the world, we must assure that we don't have a Republican Senate in 2021.
More later when I've had a little more to study and think about the implications of the Senate's repeated support of tyranny and authoritarianism.
The article title is deceptive. I thought it referred to U.S. news outlets, but it’s talking about foreign outlets and it’s a political decision rather than a commercial decision.
Remember Radio Free Europe during the cold war? Now it's supposed to represent the Voice of America. Always in a nonpartisan way. Now with this new guy, he is a proven propagandist and Steve Bannon is his mentor.
This guy doesn't represent my voice of America to the international world. Do you agree with that kind of messaging in behalf of you? I don't even get your opinion on this one.