One of the few happy side-effects of the Luciferian media's dominance of the news and information world is the rise of their rivals. An entire army of truth-telling media now routinely challenge their dominant-media narrative.
This is true both in the Church — where a lackluster and often complicit Catholic establishment media have aided and abetted horrific sins — but also in the political sphere, where the new media are now reaching such a critical mass that the empire is feeling the heat and striking back.
In addition to the giant FOX News network — the number-one-rated cable news outlet, which is conservative in its commentary prime-time lineup — various other conservative news outlets began appearing.
Six years ago, in conjunction with the conservative Washington Times, a new network by the name of One America News Network — or unofficially, OAN — was launched to combat the liberal narrative in news.
One of the lead hosts of the young, becoming well-established network is Jack Posobiec, a 35-year-old Catholic with a sizable following on social media.
Earlier this month, Jack paid a visit to Church Militant studios, where we had a wide-ranging interview about the tech giants, media suppression of the truth and ills in the Catholic Church.
As is obvious to anyone who truly cares, the problems in the Church are going to only increase in the coming months and years. There is too much corruption in the Church, and the systems the bishops put in place and have relied on to cover their misdeeds are breaking down everywhere.
In both the Church and the political world — the culture at large — Posobiec says more and more people realize they are being played and want the truth.
This goes to the heart of the matter in the world of Journalism — the very heart of the crisis in America's free press.
This is why the entire landscape has changed in the world of journalism and reporters and news — a shift being led in part by the likes of Church Militant in the Catholic world, but also by enterprising young Catholics in the secular and political worlds, as well.
What is journalism all about? It's about getting at the truth.
In a fallen world, those in power often fall into corruption and abuse their authority. They lie and cheat and cover up.
And in a post-modern world where the very concept of truth in itself is doubted, there is much work to be done.
Thanks, Jack, for the interview, and we'll be seeing you.