In 2013, the cable news audience, by nearly all measures, declined. The combined median prime-time viewership of the three major news channels—CNN, Fox News and MSNBC—dropped 11% to about 3 million, the smallest it has been since 2007. The Nielsen Media Research data show that the biggest decline came at MSNBC, which lost nearly a quarter (24%) of its prime-time audience.During an investigation by Fox News journalist Sharyl Attkisson, a CDC representative answering questions on potential Ebola cases admitted that the agency has refused to update their website with current information.
"I called the CDC(Centers For Disease Control: a private corporation..ed.) not long ago and I said how many cases are being monitored in the United States and they said 1,400. I said, 'Where are these updates on your website?'" Attkisson said. "They said they’re not putting it on the web. This is public information we have a right to know and the media should not hype it, but should cover it."One must remember who does the CDC serve? I have news for you. It is not the American citizen. It is worth noting that in 2010 the US Centers for Disease Control won a patent on a particular strain of Ebola known as "EboBun." It’s patent No. CA2741523A1. They are also allowed to charge royalties for its use. What is the premier US Government health agency doing patenting an Ebola virus? For a look at the military/pharmaceutical industry connections of the CDC click this link.
Attkisson also noted the connection between the drop in Ebola coverage and President Obama’s appointment of Ron Klain, the "Ebola Czar."
The statement comes as no surprise given an admission in Forbes last November that major media outlets had agreed to not report on potential cases for the federal government.
"The Associated Press and other press outlets have agreed not to report on suspected cases of Ebola in the United States until a positive viral RNA test is completed," the article said.
AMERICA, WAKE UP!!