Did MSM newsrooms increase security fearing public retaliation for purporting fake news?

Newsrooms beef up security amid fake news scare


NEW YORK (INTELLIHUB) — Some national corporate newsrooms like the Washington Post, McClatchy, and others, have reportedly upgraded security for their employees over recent months, possibly fearing retaliation from members of the general public for their purporting of fake news.

The new upgrades in security continue to come as tensions continue to flare over the corporate-funded media’s perpetuation of deep state-sponsored propaganda.

Although there are legitimate security concerns after the infamous 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting in France, one must ask: why now?

According to a report by Politico, a Florida newsroom has experienced a “tenfold” increase in threats since the election and now has a fence surrounding their newsroom that wasn’t there before.

Such disdain must exist for a reason and could easily be fixed but the MSM refuses, to tell the truth in many cases.

Lexi Morgan is an opinion journalist for Intellihub News & Politics.
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