FAILURE OF MSM
Not one national newspaper or TV station bothered to answer why they did not cover two of the biggest news stories in recent years
By Oliver May
NOT one national newspaper nor Sky, ITV, BBC or Channel 4 bothered to reply to an email asking why they did not cover Dr Aseem Malhotra’s peer-reviewed paper or News Uncut’s documentary on Covid jab harms.
All of these news organisations pride themselves on their journalistic standards and integrity.
But they have failed to cover what could be two of the biggest news stories in a generation.
They have then failed, when given the opportunity, to answer just why they failed to cover them.
The Press Gazette, which covers the ‘goings-on’ in journalism, also failed to reply.
The Press Gazette was subsequently written to a second time and asked why it appears they are not concerned that censorship is taking place within the industry they report on.
Again, they failed to reply.
Those editors who failed to answer include:
Alison Phillips [Daily Mirror editor], Tony Gallagher [The Times editor], Katherine Viner [The Guardian editor], Ted Verity [Daily Mail editor], Victoria Newton [The Sun editor], Chris Evans [The Daily Telegraph editor], Gary Jones [Daily Express editor], Jon Clark [Daily Star editor], Oly Duff [The i editor], Emma Tucker [The Sunday Times editor], Gemma Aldridge [The Sunday Mirror, Sunday People editor], Allister Heath [The Sunday Telegraph editor], David Wooding [The Sunday Express editor], Paul Webster [The Observer editor], Peter Lowe [Sky News managing editor], John Ryley [Sky News head of news], Tim Davie [BBC director general], Michael Jermey [ITV head of news], Louise Compton [Channel 4 director of news and current affairs].
It is worth reiterating that both Mark Sharman’s documentary and Dr Aseem Malhotra’s peer-reviewed paper are:
1: Interesting to the public;
2: In the public interest.
In failing to cover them, then failing to answer why they failed to cover them, the current mainstream media can no longer regard themselves as serious journalists.
It is a dereliction of duty.
Quite right. I’m so glad that a professional has made these enquiries and that they have followed up in the way that they have.
Absolutely damning failure to cover perhaps the most important stories of recent years.
Of course, many of us know full well why they’ve not reported on Dr Aseem’s revelations.
They’ve accepted bribes to remain silent on certain aspects of the “covid19 pandemic”.
UK CV Family has contacted many of these plus more journalists over the last year and had the same amount of silence. MSM have failed the public