James Murdoch Investing Heavily in AP Climate Reporting Hub
Climate activist James Murdoch is set to make a multimillion-dollar investment in the Associated Press climate journalism, as if AP didn’t already have a big enough left-wing bias. The Murdoch investment is going toward “the formation of a new climate reporting hub at the Associated Press,” according to an Axios scoop.
CNN Erases Scandal that Nearly Nuked James Murdoch
CNN shows have salivated at least seven times over climate activist James Murdoch’s virtue-signaling against Fox News in the past year, all while ignoring any mention of an atrocious media scandal that nearly nuked his career. News blew up in 2011 on how the now-defunct U.K. newspaper News of the World was set to publish its last issue following a massive phone-hacking scandal that…
Evening Nets Ignore James Murdoch’s Millions Invested in Leftist Media
The ABC, CBS and NBC evening news shows ignored climate activist James Murdoch using his company to invest millions of dollars in leftist media this year that promote grotesque content.
Murdoch Foundation Gave $14,250,000 to Leftist Environmentalist Group
Climate activist James Murdoch has used his foundation to funnel more than $14 million to a leftist group that crusaded against America’s so-called “environmental racism.”
James Murdoch Gave $1M to Pro-Big Tech Censorship Lib Group
Climate activist James Murdoch gave at least $1 million to a group fighting to undermine state oversight of elections. That same group also backed Big Tech censorship against former President Donald Trump.
James Murdoch Foundation’s $2.5M Helped Big Tech Influence 2020 Vote
News Corporation Executive Chairman Rupert Murdoch’s estranged son and avowed climate activist James Murdoch used his Quadrivium Foundation to fund a leftist organization behind Google and Facebook’s notorious 2020 election strategy.
Fox News Drives NY Times into Hysterics: ‘Destabilizing Democracies'
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Media Companies Attack Trump's Executive Order on Immigration
On Monday, just three days after President Donald Trump signed an executive order preventing people in seven countries -- Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen -- from entering America for 90 days, executives from three media-based companies moved to protect any employees affected by the situation.