Fox reporter says boss told her to "cease and desist" talking about hydroxychloroquine
in Houston's Ivory Hecker has come forward
to Project Veritas with claims that her station's director, Susan Schiller, told her to "cease and desist" talking about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) on social media.
Hecker says she has continually been pressed by the station to push its corporate narrative rather than real journalism. Hecker was also bullied over an interview she conducted with Dr. Joseph Varon, MD, about the benefits he is seeing with HCQ in some of his patients.
"What's happening within Fox Corp is an operation of prioritizing corporate interests above the viewer's interest and, therefore, operating in a deceptive way," Hecker says.
"The viewers are being deceived by a carefully crafted narrative in some stories."
Cryptocurrency is another sore spot for Fox 26
, which told Hecker that her "poor African-American audience" does not care about Bitcoin, for instance. Hecker had wanted to do a story on Bitcoin during a bull run but was denied the story.
None of Fox 26
's decisions concerning the news seem to be centered around what is good for the public interest, Hecker suggested. Instead, what gets reported is tailored to benefit the leadership of Fox Corp and Fox's advertisers, which include pharmaceutical companies and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
"There's a narrative," Hecker says. "Yes, it is unspoken. But if you accidentally step outside the narrative, if you don't sense what that narrative is and go with it, there will be grave consequences for you."
When Hecker tried to stand up against the network's censorship of her stories, she says they "came at my throat." Just prior to her conversation with Project Veritas, Hecker says the station asked her to return all of her reporting equipment.
The media is nothing more than a mouthpiece for Big Government, Big Pharma
Hecker works as a dayside reporter mostly for the five and six o'clock news. In speaking to Project Veritas, she brought forth recordings of her colleagues and superiors behaving in ways that call into question the network's journalistic integrity.
"Viewers are being deceived about some of the things that are going on," Hecker says.
Since advertising dollars rule the airwaves, Fox 26
has a bias against HCQ
and other remedies that threaten the stranglehold on "medicine" held by the federal government and Big Pharma.
The media's job, Fox 26
included, is to steer people away from things like HCQ that are inexpensive and easily obtained. There is no money to be made in generic drugs, after all, so the goal is to push the latest "vaccine" or "anti-viral" as the next "blockbuster" medication.
Blockbusters, by the way, are where the money is. Greedy crooks like Tony Fauci and Rochelle Walensky have a lot at stake in these "therapeutics," which is why they do not want you using HCQ, which costs a few pennies and has a solid track record of use.
Undercover footage reveals that Hecker's network has been pushing reporters to plug Chinese Virus injections as much as possibly because advertising revenue depends on it. To talk about HCQ instead would deflect viewers and readers away from the jabs, which is a big no-no.
"Yeah, they [CDC] are spending money," a sales coordinator at Fox 26
by the name of Jennifer Bourgeois, also told another undercover Project Veritas reporter.
"They are spending money because they can. Yeah, they can. They [CDC] are in the pocket. You know? They're there."
Hecker, meanwhile, believes that a news network's loyalty should first be to the citizen.
"It affects the viewers. That's why I'm doing this," she says.
More of the latest news about mainstream media deception can be found at Propaganda.news
Sources for this article include: