👉 The DISCLOSE Act Fails
Jan 18, 2022 David Sirota

Watch this TV clip right now — then join us

Watch this TV clip right now — then join us

Friends:

This weekend, something amazing happened: We used the national TV airwaves to expose corporate media for raking in fossil fuel money and then downplaying the climate crisis.

Watch this video clip that’s gone viral, and then PLEASE — use this special limited-time discount to become a Daily Poster subscriber right now to help us hold climate villains accountable, and shame corporate media into taking the crisis seriously.

This weekend’s clip on MSNBC followed my previous appearance on CNN in which I spotlighted how the media’s Big Oil and Big Pharma sponsors are gutting climate and health care legislation.

To be honest, I’m surprised they didn’t cut my microphone, and I know that speaking out like this risks never being invited back on. But I don’t care. These emergencies are so huge that we have to use every opportunity we can to call out the villains, which is exactly what we do at The Daily Poster every single day.

But here’s the thing: We can only do that kind of work because we are reader supported. While corporate news outlets are bankrolled by giant oil companies, we rely on subscribers.

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We are working as hard as we can to finally build a better media that holds politicians and corporate malefactors accountable — and our work is having a big impact. But we can’t do it without you. Please join our team right now.

Rock the boat,

Sirota

P.S. To see the full MSNBC discussion about climate change, you can click here.

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