5 News Stories the Mainstream Media Didn’t Tell You This Week

Never forget that propaganda has to meet two requirements to work. First, it has to convince you of things that aren’t true. That’s where the lying of the mainstream media comes to play.

The second necessity of propaganda is to hide the truth. That’s different from lying. That’s a matter of making truth difficult to find. Mainstream media accomplishes this by burying important stories.

Here’s an example. The American Bar Association has taken the formal position that states need to pass affirmative consent laws. These laws change the definition of rape to include any sexual encounter where a man cannot fully prove that the woman involved gave consent.

Think about that for a minute. These laws would destroy due process for anyone ever accused of rape. Considering the rate of false accusations we’ve seen lately, this would be devastating.

This idea isn’t being pushed by some nobody local politician. It’s the official recommendation of the American Bar Association. One of the leading bodies of legal minds in our country wants to get rid of due process. That’s huge news, and this is the first you’ve heard of it.

That’s how propaganda works. The mainstream media is not a free press. It’s a left wing propaganda conglomerate that works to hide and obscure the truth so you won’t know when your rights are legally eradicated.

Remember, this is only one story you missed. If you want to defeat the mainstream propaganda effort, you need to be fully informed. You’ll find four more vital stories in this video.

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