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29 Apr, 2019 08:50

Russiagate: The collusion delusion

When people stop buying the propaganda, the mainstream media turn up the volume.

Locked into ideological narratives on most issues, the preferred option of corporate journalists is to support government policy and double-down on their lies. Nowhere has this been more apparent than in the so-called Russiagate saga in the United States.

Host Ross Ashcroft travels to New York to meet journalist Ben Norton from the Grayzone. He and his colleagues were steadfast in the face of collective delusion – so why didn’t they fall for the mainstream fallacy?

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