Skip to comments.Twin Falls Newspaper Financed by Globalist Warren Buffett Attacks Breitbart
Posted on 08/25/2016 4:39:44 PM PDT by george76
The daily paper, which operates as, in effect, a local monopoly in the small southern Idaho city at the center of a sexual assault of a 5 -year-old American-born girl involving three Muslim refugee boys, is owned by Lee Enterprises, which received a $2.1 million loan in 2012 and another $9 million loan in 2013 from a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate controlled by globalist billionaire Warren Buffett, an ardent supporter who endorsed Hillary Clinton in December.
The Twin Falls Times-News op-ed generated a number of comments from local readers, some backing the papers reporting as objective, but many called the claim into question.
I remember a rigged debate at CSI [the College of Southern Idaho Refugee Program] put on by TN [the Times-News], all speakers were for [r]efugees. Most articles here are pro Refugee, one commenter wrote.
The left often criticizes its opponents for its own faults, and the Twin Falls Times-News editorial follows that pattern.
The Twin Falls Times-News is really objecting to competition from a real news organization that exposes its own bias.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
He needs indictment for campaingn violations in kind like de souza,
Trump unearths another pos.
Warren, ya made a fortune and ya lost a fortune.
Lee Enterprises owns CommieCrat rags all over the country.
This twin falls rape cover up is terrible.
Had no idea today that buffett owns the local newspaper.
This makes me wonder about connecting the dots to all the child porn ops coming out of omaha??
Chobani, owned by a Turkish Muslim immigrant = Hamdi Ulukaya, has the worlds largest Yogurt plant in Twin Falls, Idaho,
The U.S. State Department has shipped more than 12,000 refugees directly from the Third World to Idaho since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, most of them landing in either Boise or Twin Falls.
Chobani is, of course, a big Dem supporter. In return he just got a HUGE contract from the Department of Agriculture to provide yogurt for all the public school lunch programs in the country. Single source. No competition.
Kick backs to the usual suspects ?
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