Media’s St. John Persecution Strategy
Don’t you get a peculiar feeling that mainstream media and its proponents are obsessing too much over COVID-19, wherein many other dreaded diseases, [i.e., “leading causes of death,” HIV/AIDS, etc.] its coverage is falling by the wayside?
All of this overwhelming coverage around the world’s recent pandemic tends to only garner high cable TV ratings while yielding too few results in the communities affected by it. For example, CNN’s 2017 news coverage on cancer in LaPlace Louisiana, St. John the Baptist Parish has led to no magic cures for any victims who’s been devastated by the disease, and now the network with industry colleagues are targeting the parish again for its COVID-19 high death/infection rate.
Why don’t America’s synchronized cable news go the extra mile by investing significant funding into scientific research to discover what’s accelerating the deadly diseases in LaPlace Louisiana as opposed to merely talking about it?
Moreover, Americans want sports back on television. As a result, cable TV news and other detested shows will undergo loss ratings, and our nation can then get back to a desired level of normalcy.
Here’s a different perspective on America’s coronavirus lock-down: “45,000 people a year die from automobile accidents, 480,000 from cigarettes, 360,000 a year from swimming pools but we don’t shut the country down for that, but yet we doing it for this, and the fallout is going to last for years — because people lives are being destroyed.” — Dr. Phil
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