The whistleblower wrote it after she was fired to make it clear they fired the wrong person.
CBS and ABC are punishing her as a scapegoat. Theyre destroying her career as a warning to others not to leak.
Theyre also not apologizing to the young girls raped due their own inaction. Had they reported the story, how many girls would have been spared? They are complicit with child rape and have yet to apologize to the victims. .
I posted earlier about the 1987 journalism round-table discussion on "Ethics in America" that resulted in learning about the "Journalists first, Americans second" mantra in the media.
Now we're seeing a new trend of "journalists first, humanity second," when their protective silence results in the continuance of crimes against humanity, not just hypothetical ambushes of American soldiers.
“”The whistleblower wrote it after she was fired to make it clear they fired the wrong person.””
That doesn’t make sense. From the letter:
“”Second, project Veritas released the text of an open letter the actual whistleblower wrote to the public and his fellow employees at ABC, where he remains still employed””
The whistleblower “remains still employed” at ABC?
How does the whistleblower get fired and still remain employed there? I’m sorry but I still don’t understand.
Who’s on first?