[ASI] Spread The Word About Trevor's Film

September 20th, 2016 at 6:21 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

Trevor Loudon told me during our interview about his new film “The Enemies Within” that a major conservatve media personality had refused to promote it. Sad but not surprising.

Somebody wrote to me about my new column on Obama and Frank Marshall Davis and said, “Mr. Kincaid, is there any way you can get this article on Drudge Report?  With billions tuning into his site within a month, I think your article today is a MUST, and Every American should read it.”

I told her that Drudge won’t touch it.   Back in 2008 Drudge refused to run my paid ads about Frank Marshall Davis. I reported at the time:

What I didn’t anticipate is the resistance I would get from “conservative” Internet sites and papers. First, a popular “conservative” Internet news site killed a story about Drudge’s censorship of my ads. Then, the weekly and daily editions of the Washington Times insisted that I omit any direct personal reference to Matt Drudge in my submitted ads. They said they didn’t object to my references to the Drudge Report, only “Matt Drudge.” Of course, the Drudge Report is Matt Drudge, and his advertising representative personally informed me in a telephone conversion and an email that “the publisher” – that is, Drudge – had not accepted my ads. So the case is clear-cut. The decision was made by Drudge, not by underlings or the advertising agency.

I tell you these things because you have a right to know that the media, on the left and right, have agendas that conflict with truth telling.

If the liberal and conservative media had just TOLD THE TRUTH in 2008, our country  might have avoided the catastrophe of Barack Obama’s presidency.

So don’t believe Drudge or other Kings of Conservative Media when they insist they are just providing the facts and letting you decide.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President


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