Meet the Censored: Status Coup

On January 6th, Jon Farina, photographer and videographer for Jordan Chariton’s Status Coup outlet, captured horrifying images. At the Capitol, a pro-Trump mob tried to burst into the building, and a police officer who attempted to intercede was caught in a door. He cried out in pain, but the crowd was indifferent, chanting, “Heave, ho!” as they tried to break in. Farina, in the middle of the physical mayhem as photojournalists often are, caught the scene up close while 30,000 people watched the live feed.

Farina’s footage rocketed around the world, and major press outlets celebrated his work as an example of hard-hitting reporting. CNN did a laudatory story about the freelance photojournalist, with Pamela Brown asking Farina to “bring us inside the mayhem.” Other outlets like USA Today quoted his recollections of that day, and the likes of Steven Colbert on CBS, as well as ABC News, NBC, MSNBC, CNBC, the Guardian, the Wall Street Journal, CNN, the New York Post, the Daily Mail, and others used it as fodder for outraged coverage of the riot:….[    ]

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2 months ago

Big tech controls the white house

vestiary
2 months ago

Liberals in the tech world are completely ignorant and ideologically possessed. They have no interest in supporting diverse points of view and will not hesitate to ban and censor non-party approved content.

efferent
2 months ago

Big Tech have become oligarchs. Stop supporting their fascist agenda. Use other platforms–capitalism!

lenient
2 months ago

These “private tech companies” have no qualms about shutting down free speech or impinging on our civil liberties. They are NOT your friends.

Search This
2 months ago

anyone remember the early 2000s? remember when life was somewhat “normal” and people talked to one another in their communities. 
amazing how fast things can change in 15-20 years or so. 

popuken
2 months ago

Big Tech (Corporations) and Big Brother (Government) are joined by a revolving door of jobs and corruption already. 

Big Blue
2 months ago

It feels like 1936 in Germany

RV
RV
2 months ago

Web 3.0
Cryptonetworks

American
2 months ago

Putin Doubts US Freedom Of Speech – 
https://youtu.be/jnQ8qpYh4AY

Stormtrooper
2 months ago

Hope that more people start cancelling cable TV and boycotting companies like Twitter,Facebook,Microsoft,Apple,Google and Amazon to counter the censorship and corruption.

I don’t think the corrupt politicians of either party will pay attention until We The People unite behind basic principles and become an economic force.

Money talks and it can be used to make positive change in contrast to all the bad things it is also used for.

abstract
2 months ago

The truth is what they say it is…
now put on your mask. 

Namiber
2 months ago

Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube are the anti-White thought police that censor the truth about the black violence and White Genocide.

If anti-White ideas are so good, why do pro-White truths have to be censored?.

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