ABC News Spiking Epstein Story is Death of the Mainstream Media

James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have released video featuring ABC investigative reporter Amy Robach visibly upset about the decision to “spike” her tell-all report about Jeffrey Epstein ‘s child trafficking. These damning revelations, at very least, irreparably damaged the ABC/Disney brand; Disney from the standpoint that they pride themselves on being kid friendly creators of content and ABC being the poster child of irresponsible news coverage. ABC’s spiking of the Epstein story for 3 years surely led to the unnecessary, hideous abuse of additional hundreds of underaged girls. These revelations hopefully serve as the proverbial wooden stake through the heart of this vampire news/entertainment conglomerate. Rob Kirby interviews respected ex-ABC newsman Greg Hunter to get his insight on the process of developing investigative news stories and debunk the notion of ABC claims that the gathered material in the Epstein story did not meet their editorial standards. Just in today, we’ve learned who the ex-ABC employee is who leaked the Amy Robach rant. Apparently, the Project Veritas “leaker” had left ABC to work for CBS. ABC figured out her identity and passed the name of the informant on to CBS – who promptly fired her this morning. Sadly, it appears that the journalistic standards at CBS are no better [read: absent] than those of ABC. Hopefully, there’s a wooden stake out there somewhere with CBS written on it too. Kirby felt it was important that the audience hear from a guy who has been there and has the T-shirt where ABC News is concerned. (Rob Kirby is and expert in gold, silver and all aspects of derivatives and bonds. Mr. Kirby is also the founder of that delivers “Proprietary Macro Economic research” to his clients.)
See Also: (Greg Hunter) – G. Edward Griffin – Bankers Waiting for the Big Collapse

G. Edward Griffin, author of the wildly popular book about the Federal Reserve “The Creature from Jekyll Island,” says the bankers know the debt bubble is going to pop. Griffin explains, “I think their thinking is, hey, we are at the end and let’s just grab all we can so when the system collapses, we will be okay. That is kind of a crude way of putting it, but I think they are going for broke because they know it is broke, and there is not much they can do about it.” So, what’s the plan by the bankers? Griffin says, “I think I know. They are waiting for the big collapse to come. They will personally be okay because they will have amassed hard assets. They are trying to hold all the gold, all the silver, all the real estate and all the stuff that has value. They want all the tools, factories and food supplies, but everything else, based on numbers, paper and debt, that will collapse. So, they will be able to pick up everything for pennies on the dollar.”

Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with G. Edward Griffin, author of “The Creature from Jekyll Island” and founder of the upcoming “Red Pill Expo.”