The Propaganda Report podcast offers the Drivetime News Blast with Brad Binkley, who pulls back the curtain on mainstream propaganda, and Deep Dives with Monica Perez, who gets to the bottom of the day's top headlines to reveal the true agenda behind the news and why it matters.
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GREAT SHOW! I am enjoying the new format a lot, Monica. I love the production value and the tight, professional delivery. Keep up the good work!
Gave it a shot because I thought it was a news analysis program, but I couldn't get through a whole episode. According to these guys, EVERY conspiracy theory you've ever heard of is true. They question everything, from the moon landing, 9/11, covid vaccine, chem trails, 5G, etc. I don't buy what the main line news media is saying, but these guys on the propaganda report are nuts!
Abbott is big in government contracts. Did you know that they developed what we now know as Ensure for the CIA? It is used to keep prisoners from starving themselves to death. I believe that they diverted formula to the border and Ukraine and they are now covering it up with excuses.
A firehose of usefully insights and information. I’ve been listening since 2019, and I believe I have handled the events(two oh 1?) of the last few years with a more eye-opened understanding of things because of that. Thank you Monica and Brad for endless hours of great content.
Great daily show but I wish they would add podcasting 2.0 tags so people can give value for value.
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