New Bill Offers Mainstream Media Giants Bailout, Truth Suffers

( The liberal political lackeys who do everything to benefit the mainstream media giants are at it again as they try to push independent journalists — citizen journalists — out of business so the MSNBCs of the media world can maintain dominance and kill important stories.

According to a comprehensive report published by Breitbart with the headline “Big Media Lobbyists Try to Save JCPA with Sham Amendment“:

Big media companies are making another attempt to pass the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), a bill that would protect them from online competition, propping up legacy media in the face of widespread public distrust and a failing business model.

“According to an exclusive story published by News Corp’s Wall Street Journal (News Corp has been a major backer of this legislation, and similar efforts around the world), the new version of the JCPA would give an even bigger advantage to legacy media companies, giving them an antitrust exemption for ten years instead of the four years of the original bill.” [emphasis added]

And check this out:

“The likely losers of the bill are the new generation of independent journalists and content creators on Substack, YouTube, Twitch, and other platforms, creators that younger demographics increasingly turn to as trust in the legacy media fades. As they are not traditional media companies, this new generation of media creators would likely be excluded from the benefits of the bill.” [emphasis added]

As you probably realize, the “new generation of independent journalists” includes citizen journalists who have broken many important stories about the liberal elite in recent years. Major stories that the legacy mainstream media have ignored or outright refused to report.

What is your opinion? Do you believe mainstream media giants need additional protections from the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA)? Why or why not? Please email your thoughts to [email protected]. Thank you, and have a good day.