“Misinformation and disinformation” tech reporter Tiffany Hsu penned a hit piece that headed up talk show host Alex Jones, but focused mostly on the network that he is on, Genesis Communications Network. In the process, she decided to list Bradlee Dean of The Sons of Liberty Media and The Sons of Liberty Radio in her attacks on GCN.
Hsu begins her article:
Ted Anderson, a precious metals seller, was hoping to rustle up some business for his gold and silver dealership when he started a radio network out of a Minneapolis suburb a couple of decades ago. Soon after, he signed a brash young radio host named Alex Jones.
Together, they ended up shaping today’s misinformation economy.
The two built a lucrative operation out of a tangled system of niche advertisers, fund-raising drives and promotion of media subscriptions, dietary supplements and survivalist merchandise. Mr. Jones became a conspiracy theory heavyweight, while Mr. Anderson’s company, the Genesis Communications Network, thrived. Their moneymaking blueprint was reproduced by numerous other misinformation peddlers.
Mr. Jones eventually drifted from his dependence on Genesis, as he expanded beyond radio and attracted a large following online. Yet they were closely tied together again in lawsuits accusing them of fueling a bogus narrative about the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Mr. Jones was found liable by default in those cases. Last month, the plaintiffs’ lawyers dropped Genesis as a defendant. Christopher Mattei, one of the lawyers, said in a statement that having Genesis involved at trial would have distracted from the main target: Mr. Jones and his media organization.
The move freed Genesis, which says on its website that it “has established itself as the largest independently owned and operated talk radio network in the country,” from the steep penalties that most likely await Mr. Jones. But the cases, soon headed before juries to determine damages, continue to shed light on the economics that help to drive misleading and false claims across the media landscape.
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As Hsu went on to list by name several of GCN’s lineup, including Hollywood actor Stephen Baldwin, psychologist Dr. Joy Browne, and GOP talk show host Jason Lewis.
However, several show hosts were not mentioned by name and in the midst of those was The Sons of Liberty Radio host, Bradlee Dean.
“There was a Christian rocker who opposed gay rights…” Hsu wrote.
The link goes to a 2011 article titled Michele Bachmann and the Making of an Acolyte written by Serge F. Kovaleski.
In that piece, it was mentioned that Dean “has denounced homosexuality and said recently that President Obama had done more damage to the United States than Osama bin Laden.” Well, yeah, most people who understand what is going on and has been going on for some time now would agree with that.
Of course, the hit piece on Dean in 2011 was due to his appreciation of the stand that Bachmann took in running for the White House in 2012.
However, in the recent piece Hsu just throws in that Bradlee “opposed gay rights.”
Let’s answer that. There is no “gay.” There are people involved in homosexuality, which is either lesbianism or sodomy, and these were considered, and in many cases still are, to be felonies in the 50 states. The laws are still on the books!
Second, since it is a felony and against God’s moral law (Exodus 20:1-17), which he calls an abomination (Leviticus 18:22, 20:13), there are no homosexual “rights.” In other words, those that engage in homosexuality do not have rights to behave that way. They have the same rights as heterosexuals, not special rights. In fact, they are to be dealt with under the law. Just to look to how our forefathers dealt with sodomy.
This little jab is just the latest in a long line of attacks on The Sons of Liberty and Bradlee Dean.
TheSonsOfLibertyMedia.com began in 2014 and within three months of starting, the site was generating nearly 1 million unique page views a month. However, that quickly began to be squashed by Facebook and the bottle necking grew from there, dropping our numbers.
Facebook has been put on notice of their crimes both before and after they pulled The Sons of Liberty’s Facebook page for frivilous claims about disinformation and violation of Terms of Service that were never clearly pointed out. In other words, Facebook failed to provide any due process in the midst of removing the page with more than 3/4 of a million followers.
Facebook was not alone.
During the Plandemic of CONvid-1984, YouTube pulled two of The Sons of Liberty’s YouTube pages for “medical misinformation.” At times, these attacks by YouTube were to pull and provide a strike against the channel for simply covering live events where tens of thousands were gathered.
Keep in mind that Dean had little opposition until he went into public schools and began to teach the young people about our Christian and constitutional heritage in the united States. That’s when the knives came out and guess what stirred up the controversy? The issue of homosexuality.
Dean has also been misquoted by Rachel Maddow of MSNBC in an attempt to line his worldview up with Islamic jihadis. Dean took Maddow and MSNBC to court over their slander.
Both YouTube and Facebook, as well as disinformation hub NewsGuard have all been put on notice by SOL attorneys. They have failed to correct themselves, and Bradlee Dean has stated on his radio show that when the guantlet is thrown down, he’ll be the first through the line to sue each and every one of these outlets.
The New York Times may find themselves on that list, as well.
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