THE RACIST NEWS MEDIA PROBLEM IS FAR BIGGER THAN THE NFL PROBLEM BUT MUCH EASIER TO FIX

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The integrated mainstream news media editorial racist practice at the root of the unsolved race and social justice problem that we are exposing and addressing is far bigger than the NFL hiring and ownership racist problem charged in the Brian Flores lawsuit. However, there is little comparison on the difficulty to fix the situation. This racist news media problem that’s at the root of the unsolved race and social justice problem is on the way to being fixed.

There are 32 NFL team owners whose approval one has to get to own an NFL Franchise, not to mention the billions in capital required. There is some question on the disposition of the owners to hire black head coaches as Brian Flores lawsuit is challenging. Conversely, the biggest news media racists issue is being aware of the deep-seated racist tradition and practice problem, which we have exposed and proven its existence. The first amendment of the constitution guarantees us the right to establish our own all inclusive national news media network. The only requirement is the awareness of the problem and the solution and the capital to make it happen.

The racist tradition and practice in the mainstream news media of supporting the police in everyday race and police encounters is the last institutional racist practice at the root of the unsolved race and social justice problem. However, as “The Big Cover-Up” video shows it’s a deep-seated tradition and practice yet to be addressed. And as we continue to point out. many of those in the news media in front and behind the cameras are totally unaware of the racists tradition and practices in which they are participating. 

We also continue to put forward exhibit “A” “The Big Cover-Up” video, because it is irrefutable evidence of the deep-seated news media racists practice occurring. However, that doesn’t mean those viewing the video will see the racist offense taking place before their eyes. That’s why we include an analysis to help the viewers recognize what’s unfolding before them.  allowing you to ‘believe your lying eyes.”