WASHINGTON (PNN) - October 29, 2020 - The Intercept co-founder Glenn Greenwald resigned from the outlet on Thursday, after editors censored an article he wrote this week, refusing to publish it unless he removed all sections critical of Joe Biden, the Democrat presidential candidate currently embroiled in allegations – supported by astonishingly large troves of evidence – of corruption and treason against the country. Biden is vehemently supported by all Intercept editors involved in this effort at suppression.
Greenwald wrote from his home, “The censored article, based on recently revealed emails and witness testimony, raised critical questions about Biden’s conduct. Not content to simply prevent publication of this article at the media outlet I co-founded, these Intercept editors also demanded that I refrain from exercising a separate contractual right to publish this article with any other publication.
“I had no objection to their disagreement with my views of what this Biden evidence shows: as a last-ditch attempt to avoid being censored, I encouraged them to air their disagreements with me by writing their own articles that critique my perspectives and letting readers decide who is right, the way any confident and healthy media outlet would. But modern media outlets do not air dissent; they quash it. So censorship of my article, rather than engagement with it, was the path these Biden-supporting editors chose.”
Apparently the criminal publishers of The Intercept have illegally blocked him from publishing the article elsewhere, though he's asked his lawyer to get in touch with FLM to discuss how best to terminate his contract.
Greenwald - who has years of credibility in journalism - has found support across the political spectrum for his decision to walk away from The Intercept, which has lost any possibility of credibility it may have ever had.