Washington Post Renews Calls to Censor Radio Sputnik

Washington Post Renews Calls to Censor Radio Sputnik
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On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Faran Fronczak talk about the censorship campaign against journalists rebuking the State Department narrative, anti-war voices being slandered as propagandists for the enemy, and a poll that shows Americans support a no-fly zone despite being unaware of the risk of conflict.
Guests:
Bradley Blankenship - Journalist | Biden Crawls to Venezuela’s Maduro for Oil After Regime Change Efforts
Afshin Rattansi - Journalist | Anti-War Voices Historically Slandered as Traitors
Scottie Nell Hughes - Former Anchor for RT America | Tucker Carlson a ‘Putin Puppet’ for Being Anti-War
In the first hour, Bradley Blankenship joined the show to talk about the censorship campaign against media outlets rebuking the State Department narrative. We also talked about Biden turning to Venezuela for oil just 4 years after a suspected US-backed assassination attempt on president Maduro.
In the second hour, Fault Lines was joined by Afshin Rattansi for a discussion on old tricks used by mainstream media to label skeptical or anti-war voices as propagandists for the enemy. We also talked about NATO leveraging neo-fascist groups in Ukraine to overthrow Putin after using similar strategies in the Middle East.
In the third hour, Scottie Nell Hughes joined the conversation to talk about Tucker Carlson getting slandered as a ‘Putin puppet’ for his anti-war stance, pundits advocating for censorship to avoid dissent, and a mainstream media victory as a poll shows a majority of Americans support a no-fly zone over Ukraine despite being unaware of the risk of conflict.
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