Misleading MSM [again]* vaccinated anti-vax* 168 jabbed v 14 unjabbed in hospital* football's shameful silence
The Digital Digest
By Oliver May
THE distrust [some might say disgust] in mainstream media outlets is driven by misleading headlines and a failure to pose the right questions.
This was no more evident than two stories today, namely from Mail Online and GB News.
The headline used by both of them read: “Children excited to get jabs amid rollout for vulnerable five to 11-year-olds”.
The problem surfaces once you read the story, when it becomes clear they have spoken to just one child, who says: “It’s exciting to be less vulnerable.”
Not mentioning that that is up for debate, nor the rising cases of myocarditis that studies by both Oxford University and The Journal of the American Medical Association say are more likely to be vaccine-induced, it is not right to tell people that ‘children are excited’, when it is only one child – the others might be scared stiff for all we know.
Except, hang on, he did get a sticker at the end...
This story by Mark Sharman of News Uncut sums up just how children really feel:
AND sticking with the theme of ridiculous headlines, News Uncut must make mention of this story from the Independent.
Headline: “Anti-vax Olympic gold medalist Szilveszter Csollany dies of Covid, aged 51”.
Third paragraph: “While Csollany had, according to [Hungarian newspaper Blikk], expressed anti-vaccination views on social media, the six-time World Championship medallist had been vaccinated to allow him to continue to work as a gymnastics coach”.
If anyone knows how that headline can possibly be written, feel free to get in touch.
REMEMBER the Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi trotting out the line ‘90 per cent of those in ICU have not been vaccinated’ to any TV and radio station willing to listen?
Well, you will also remember it being debunked by former ONS chief Jamie Jenkins. And today, more evidence surfaced that perhaps the Government is being, shall we say, creative.
Above is a picture of a reply to a Freedom of Information request from Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. 168 vaccinated. 14 unvaccinated.
AFTER four football fans suffered ‘medical emergencies’ in the crowds yesterday – with one of them dying – it has transpired that few in authority appear to be bothered.
There was no official response from the Football League [the games affected were in the Championship, League One and League Two] and nothing from the Football Association – who were written to by Reform UK leader Richard Tice on January 11 about the dramatic increase heart issues suffered by footballers.
Tice has still yet to received a reply. Such a serious issue on the pitch and in the stands.
So why all the silence?
Quote of the day
“We are no longer willing to accept what we cannot change – we are going to change what we can no longer accept.”