Why I Write for InfoWars by MartyG

1 word: soul


I write for InfoWars because it has a soul, unlike a lot of the other prominent news outlets today. And I’m here to report that its soul is good; that it has a strong moral compass. My story proves that its soul is courageous. It doesn’t give in, even when it’s under siege from all directions. 

Yes, its soul is willing to be controversial. Yes, it is willing to defy conventional wisdom. And those are good things because real journalism is facing existential threats in America nowadays and it’s not just InfoWars that is under attack. What is happening here and now concerns everybody.

Just ask Ronan Farrow about what it’s like to do real journalism in America today. I bet that InfoWars would have published his exposé on Weinstein years ago.

Or ask Lee Camp, who had the courage to cover the class-action lawsuit against the DNC for allegedly rigging the 2016 presidential primary, about his experiences engaging in real journalism. Lee is having trouble with Facebook.

But meanwhile, Brian Williams is still at NBC, Kevin Cullen is still at the Boston Globe and neither they nor their publishers have any trouble posting to social media. And I don’t remember hearing that the Associated Press had any of its content ripped offline as fake news when it falsely reported that the Parkland shooter had joined a group of white supremacists.

No, this outrage seems to be very selectively applied. Which makes me wonder, how many of the people rallying against InfoWars now have ever watched an episode of what they have been told to blindly despise instead of clips taken out of context to suit a determined agenda? I wonder, how many of them know that InfoWars is pro-cannabis, anti-censorship, anti-Jeff Sessions, and anti-mass surveillance?

Probably very few because disclosing those truths wouldn’t further the narrative being driven by others in the media and Silicon Valley to justify the suppression of dissenting voices. But make no mistake – that is what this is really about. And people who don’t know any better are applauding, blinded by their obedient hatred for a show that they’ve never seen on a website that they’ve never visited.

But to all those who are applauding as these nails are being driven into the coffin of free speech, remember to be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.

Marty Gottesfeld is considered a prisoner of the Massachusetts Democratic establishment for helping to save the life of medical kidnapping victim Justina Pelletier when she was endangered by Harvard-affiliated Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). To donate, learn more about him, or follow him on social media, go to www.FreeMartyG.com.