As CBS News was developing its complaint against Fidelity Investment’s charitable fund, it considered information gleaned from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as accurate. The gist of the complaint was that Fidelity shouldn’t allow its charity’s funds to go to “hate groups” on SPLC’s HateWatch list, which included the Family Research Council (FRC).
It could be argued that the recent Project Veritas release of ABC News anchor Amy Robach’s unfilteredrant about how the network suppressed a story about serial pedophile Jeffery Epstein and the important people alleged to be involved with him could be one of the biggest stories of media malpractice ever.
It’s OK to be a whistleblower — as long as you blow the whistle on the right people. A CBS producer found that out the hard way. The network of Murrow, Cronkite, and Rather booted Ashley Bianco, who used to work at ABC because she accessed the viral video in which an ABC anchorwoman says the network spiked her story about the sexual crimes of deceased Wall Street financier Jeffrey Epstein.