Skip to comments.USA Today Owner Could Receive Tens of Millions from Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ Farce
Posted on 11/30/2021 3:45:31 PM PST by JV3MRC
There’s nothing that screams potential conflict of interest like a major newspaper’s owner getting millions in subsidies from the federal government it's supposed to be objectively covering.
The New York Times reported that part of President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” (BBB) catastrophe includes funneling nearly $1.7 billion into local news outlets. Guess what? One of the recipients listed in The Times report was none other than Gannett, the publishing company that owns liberal newspaper USA Today.
The Times said that Gannett, “the largest newspaper chain in the country, could receive $37.5 million the first year and tens of millions after that.”
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Obviously the Times was not on the list of recipients.
Our country is a joke. The only thing I’m interested in is how we go forward, separate, Balkanize, whatever you want to call it.
The only thing to do is to go forth with American values and culture. All the wrongs cannot be righted.
That’s just how it’s done in the USA!
No wonder were told how good inflation is for us..
Maybe that’s why they are reporting on it.
They didn’t get their cut.
“”Obviously the Times was not on the list of recipients.””
Are the details/recipients in the bill to be voted on? In spite of how rotten and corrupt our politicians are, I can’t believe they’d vote for something that stinks that bad!!!
This crap props up the media at many levels. State run, state paid for, commie propagandists.
Who is surprised?
Yep. That’s how these corrupt oligarchs do it. Pretend to be helping the little guy while laundering millions to the connected.
Rewarding the 1% who helped Brandon steal the election.
Check your zip code? Code, Not necessary for this handout.
This is in your face so called wealth redistribution with play money, money they print that devalues what money we worked for.
Bilk Bankrupt Blunder
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