Who told you the neocon magazine The Weekly Standard was going to fold even before the editor Stephen Hayes did? That was me.

Who asked President Trump at a press conference why Dr. Fauci and the NIH funded the Wuhan Lab for bat coronavirus research? That was me.

Who did the corporate media blame for getting the controversial grant canceled by the Trump Administration? That was me.

Who did 60 Minutes call a spreader of “falsehood” in “the briefing room” when Scott Pelley did a puff piece on Peter Daszak and the group that Fauci used to fund the Wuhan Lab of Virology? That was me.

Who told you that Fiona Hill was obviously a Brookings Institute operative inside the Trump Administration’s National Security Council? That was me.

Who told you in 2020 that the vaccines were actually gene therapy technology that had never been used on humans before? That was me.

Who asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki why Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was on extended family leave in the midst of the worst supply chain crisis in the history of the United States? That was me. (That one actually became a funny skit.)

Who was the first reporter in the White House briefing room to ask the Biden Administration about its terrible poll numbersThat was me.

Who was the only reporter in the White House briefing room to question the science surrounding kids wearing masks for COVIDThat was me.

Who was the only reporter in the White House briefing room to ask why the Biden Administration forced the DOD to work on “domestic extremism” while Afghanistan collapsed? That was me.

Who was the only reporter to ask the Biden Administration when NSC Advisor Jake Sullivan would step down because of the Durham investigation into the Russia Hoax? That was me.

Who held the Biden Administration to account for its mistakes every day like me?

Independent and fearless journalists need your support like never before. The corporate media is completely corrupt. If we are going to survive the current regime then we must stand together.

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