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Republicans Just STORMED The Secret Impeachment Hearings, Schiff Is FURIOUS, Cries Ethics Violations. Led by Rep Matt Gaetz a group of around a dozen republicans have stormed into the SCIF, a secure hearing room, demanding they can listen in on the impeachment inquiry. This caused a massive uproar. Some republicans are said to have been screaming in Adam Schiff's face, people were yelling, and the hearing was canceled. Rep Bradley Byrne insisted that he had jurisdiction over the witness as he is on the Armed Services Committee but they refused to allow the hearing to go forward with him in the room. The left and the Democrats insist this is all normal and that the information will be released soon but Republicans are saying that the secrecy is intended to all them to selectively leak information to make Trump look bad. In my opinion this is part of a negative partisanship strategy to drive voter turnout. Trump is set to win 2020 in a landslide and the democrats. far leftists, and never trumpers know this. The best chance they have is to dig non stop until they can get any dirt possible to help drive anger at the president. It may work among the political initiated but will the average American, who isn't paying attention, be affected by the negative press?

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Journalists FURIOUS Over Democrat's Pro Union Law Effectively ENDING Freelance Journalism (UPDATE). Yesterday I covered a law that was pushed by Democrats in California to protect jobs and defend unions. The conflict is centered around freelance journalists being told they can only write 35 articles per yer for a company, effectively ending freelance journalism outright. Journalists have been waging an online feud with the Democrat who pushed the bill stating that she was going to cost them their financial security and would harm the news industry. Democrat Lorena Gonzales pushed back saying it will protect good newsroom jobs and pressure companies to hire freelancers. In reality, newsrooms are collapsing, mass layoffs are commonplace, and digital journalism has been at the front of the line in terms of collapse. This law will only expedite the end to which we see these digital media outlets by forcing them to cut off the people producing their content. If a digital outlet can't afford to hire someone and now they can not legally buy from third parties then they will struggle to produce content, make no money, and eventually collapse. This law is only in California so it mostly affects CA based writers and freelancers, but if this mentality around gig economy jobs continues it could spell the end for the modern digital news industry. Some argue this could be a good thing, bringing the end of content mills and fake news. But it could also cause journalists to become more desperate and escalate the hyperbolic, hyperpartisan, and far left activist journalism content leading to a worse political divide. As we have seen with the Veritas leaks, not even CNN is safe from the hyperpartisan nature of news. Outrage rules all and the culture war is an easy outrage generator.

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Journalists FURIOUS Over Democrat's Pro Union Law Effectively ENDING Freelance Journalism (UPDATE). Yesterday I covered a law that was pushed by Democrats in California to protect jobs and defend unions. The conflict is centered around freelance journalists being told they can only write 35 articles per yer for a company, effectively ending freelance journalism outright. Journalists have been waging an online feud with the Democrat who pushed the bill stating that she was going to cost them their financial security and would harm the news industry. Democrat Lorena Gonzales pushed back saying it will protect good newsroom jobs and pressure companies to hire freelancers. In reality, newsrooms are collapsing, mass layoffs are commonplace, and digital journalism has been at the front of the line in terms of collapse. This law will only expedite the end to which we see these digital media outlets by forcing them to cut off the people producing their content. If a digital outlet can't afford to hire someone and now they can not legally buy from third parties then they will struggle to produce content, make no money, and eventually collapse. This law is only in California so it mostly affects CA based writers and freelancers, but if this mentality around gig economy jobs continues it could spell the end for the modern digital news industry. Some argue this could be a good thing, bringing the end of content mills and fake news. But it could also cause journalists to become more desperate and escalate the hyperbolic, hyperpartisan, and far left activist journalism content leading to a worse political divide. As we have seen with the Veritas leaks, not even CNN is safe from the hyperpartisan nature of news. Outrage rules all and the culture war is an easy outrage generator.