This is a different type of Call of Shame, it doesn’t involve a bureaucrat. But the attitude is the same. Eric, who is supposed to be a reporter, is not willing to even look at the evidence. Instead, he insists my argument there is no evidence the constitution and laws apply, is invalid.
He doesn’t even attempt to provide the evidence the laws apply and will not even watch the video where Kolby Granville of the Tempe city council says the evidence the laws apply and there is jurisdiction are because they say so.
That is not journalism, it’s not reporting and certainly not objective. Eric, like so many in the media are so blinded by their own perceptions they will not even look at evidence. We’re talking about evidence of collusion between judges and prosecutors/cops stealing millions of dollars from peaceful people; you’d think they would be interested in such a story.
So this should put to rest the fallacy we’ve all heard from those in the media defending the official stories from DC, London etc., that “if this was true it would be reported! It would be front page news!” No, truth and mountains of evidence are not what drives editorial policies in the mainstream and not so mainstream media; it’s much more about keeping the sponsors happy.
And Eric is not the only one I’ve called lately, he was just one of the few I was able to speak with. I had email contact with another TV reporter and heard nothing back and Bret Fera, editor for the East Valley Tribune, though initially seemed interested and asked questions, has not returned my messages.
This is another reason why if this information is going to get reported to a mass audience, then it’s going to have to start peer to peer. We cannot rely on the mainstream media to report the such evidence. They obviously don’t care.