James O’Keefe and his endeavor known as Project Veritas continue to deliver the goods. The latest video published by the independent journalism outlet features a journalist – a real one, not a White House groupie – from Houston who recorded conversations where she was told to avoid certain subjects in her reporting.
“Viewers are being deceived about some of the things that are going on,” Hecker told Veritas.
One major issue Hecker addressed was Fox 26’s pressure on her to minimize stories presenting Hydroxychloroquine as an acceptable treatment for COVID-19. Hecker cited a seemingly tangled web of ad dollars, network corporate executives, government health departments, and money-making motivations as the main reasons behind such censorship.
“Fox came at my throat for standing up against censorship,” Hecker added.
Hecker also cited a specific story in which Lee Meier, her boss, deemed a Bitcoin piece to be inapplicable “for a poor African-American audience” that represents a large portion of Fox 26’s audience during the five o’clock hour.
African-Americans are far more astute than Meier understands, that’s for sure.
At any rate, editorial decisions are being made not on the merits of stories or on the matter of whether or not the public needs to know. They are being made on what the management wants the people to hear which is not the same thing.
Ivory Hecker joins the ranks of whistleblowers with her coming forward with footage James O’Keefe published for her. For her trouble, Hecker has been suspended from her job after announcing on the air this report was coming.