Advance Publications decides to ruin Ars Technica’s reputation with Anti-Trump agitprop

Condé Nast, a division of Advance Publications, has been busy pushing Anti-Trump messaging on almost every political website they have an interest in. Now they are expanding their political editorializing to Tech Sites. Today’s victim: Ars Technica

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We witnessed The Donald’s foray into “university” education.

What does any of this subject matter have to do with being a “publication devoted to technology” that claims to cater to what they call “alpha geeks, technologists and IT professionals.

Nothing too technological about good old fashioned muckraking and spreading innuendo about an ongoing civil court case.

One would hope that the rank and file of Ars aren’t too enthusiastic about having to veer off of their usual technology fare. Worse, rather than a balanced article that exposes all the candidates, Ars talks about just one.

This particular anti-Trump hit piece on Ars Technica of all places is simply incredible to me! For the simple reason that the article has zero references to anything technological whatsoever.

Is it bias, or just click bait? I’m leaning towards bias due to the fact that ARS Technica is wholly owned by Condé Nast which is a subsidiary of the huge media conglomerate Advance Publications.

The Big Six Media are pulling out all the stops this week. They are blanketing every media outlet they own with anti Trump agitprop. Radio, T.V., and every website that you can think of.

I guess the media companies are willing to burn the credibility of their entire investment portfolio rather than risk a Trump presidency, if they think that’s what it will take.

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