Posted: 26 Aug 2016 10:39 AM PDT
PBS aired its first interview with Green Party candidate Jill Stein, but surprise surprise PBS censored Stein’s negative comments on Hillary Clinton and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
This comes on the heels of PBS shutting down their comments section online, proving that Public Broadcasting isn’t so public, and is now shilling for the TPP and Hillary Clinton.
Although it’s normal for TV programs and producers to edit interviews, it’s interesting what they chose to air and cut out. As Matt Orfalea points out in the video below, “It’s common for TV to be cut for time. But where and what they cut shows what the narrative is that they’re trying to push.”
Jill Stein has been previously been censored by Google from even appearing as a Presidential candidate.
— Dr. Jill Stein (@DrJillStein) July 14, 2016
PBS cutting Stein’s comments on the TPP being NAFTA on steroids, and her criticism on Hillary Clinton shows what PBS’s agenda is.
Stein attacked Hillary Clinton for being a big proponent of fracking. Asked about the difference between Clinton and Trump, Stein had this to say about Hillary –
Jill Stein: I wouldn’t say there are no differences, but the differences are not enough to save your job because Hillary Clinton and now her transition director Ken Salazar, you know they’re big proponents of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Which is basically NAFTA on steroids, and most observers believe that it will send our jobs overseas as well as undermine American sovereignty by bringing in these international tribunals that get to pass judgment on our laws, on our Public Health protections, on our worker protections.
So we can’t count on saving our jobs, saving our lives – one in three Americans now cannot afford Healthcare under Obamacare – or saving the planet because Hillary has been a big proponent of fracking as is Ken Salazar, her transition director.
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