Journalists are being Instructed to ‘Stop Thinking in Terms of Objective Journalism’ during Internal Diversity and Inclusion Training sessions. Objective Journalism is out, according to Brett Mauser who was fired for speaking out. Mauser outed his colleagues and outside corporate partners for promoting a ‘political ideology rather than objective journalism in the newsroom. Objective journalism is on its way out the door in liberal media. Don’t follow the sheep over the cliff! 😥
CBS Insider Brett Mauser EXPOSES Internal Training, Stop Thinking in Terms of Objective Journalism.
Seek out the truth about what’s happening in our homeland. Watching liberal media that is pushing political ideology and racism gets us nowhere. Personally, the only news network I watch is Fox News. Some Fox personalities lean to the left, but the greatest majority such as Tucker Carlson , Sean Hannity , and Laura Ingraham are great. Fox & Friends is my choice for the mornings news. Subscribe to the Dan Bongino show. Dan is a former NYPD and Secret Service Agent who gets it. Our homeland is in peril, and I want facts, not the liberal diversity and inclusion spin on the news!
Project Verias reports: In one instance, Christina Karaoli Taylor, CKT Cultural Strategies ’ Multicultural Competency Trainer, was brought in to train CBS San Antonio journalists and defined the expectations. Much of what we’re gonna talk about today is going to center around the main code of ethics of journalism. And a couple things, during this workshop and throughout your day, I challenge you to stop thinking in terms of objective journalism. But think in terms of accuracy, fairness, and transparency. Always striving for objectivity is not feasible, Taylor said.
That was the one that blew my mind. Teaching journalists at a national level, Don’t be objective. To me, that was what journalism always was: to be objective. In my mind, if journalism is not objective, it’s not journalism, it’s propaganda, Mauser said. Ron Treviño, who serves as one of CBS Houston’s KHOU most experienced and main news anchors, was recorded admitting that he is indifferent about conveying trust to the public through his reporting. I don’t really care if people trust us or not, we still have to do our job. Whether they trust us is the least of my concerns, whether they trust me or not, Treviño said of diversity and inclusion training. We’re going to be holding stations accountable because we know it’s important to the organization. KPIs, Key Performance Indicators are going to reflect diversity and inclusion from a representation standpoint.