Worth your time….
Make no mistake, because of the social media environment that we live in, the vast majority of so-called journalists no longer report the news, but prosecute the news.
When a news story uses sources close to the investigation, this could easily be the physical distance between the reader and the investigator. For example, I live in Texas. A homeless person on the street in Washington D.C. is a lot closer to a federal investigation than I am; thus, this could be ‘the source’ close to the investigation.
When one reads, hears, or watches a news report, think of the following:
- Identify the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, and WHY of the story.
- Who ULTIMATELY benefits from a story – On the surface, this may be easy; however, this can be the hardest.
- Remove opinions and hearsay (Unnamed or Biased Sources )
- What is the motive of the news source? Look at…
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As the decline continues…
In a disturbing development, a package believed to be headed for Austin, Texas exploded at a FedEx facility in Schertz, Texas – a suburb of San Antonio that’s roughly a 60 mile drive from the state capitol, the Washington Post reported.
The FBI told CBS that it’s “more than possible” the blast is linked to the recent ones in Austin before law enforcement sources confirmed it.
.@CBSNews reports the FBI says it’s “‘more than possible”‘ that the package that exploded at a FedEx facility in Schertz, which was bound for Austin, is connected to the #AustinBombings
— Ashley Sutton (@AshSuttonSA) March 20, 2018
The explosion occurred at around 12:30 am Tuesday morning (local time). The bomb, which contained nails and shrapnel, wounded at least one woman, FBI Special Agent Michelle Lee told reporters.
Work at the facility, which was staffed by 75 people, has ground to a halt…
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