While two guys casually stroll by...“This is about as nasty as it’s been,” Weather Channel reporter Mike Seidel says as he appears to be losing his footing — or just shifting his footing dramatically.
https://twitter.com/gourdnibler/status/ ... 2262916096
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/ta ... rter-being
And who owns the Weather Channel? IBM: https://newsroom.ibm.com/the-weather-company
Not trying to understate the real devastation and human toll of Florence but, on a normal day without hurricanes, can we really trust IBM to deliver objective weather reporting when they benefit from selling software "solutions" to a "problem" that they're obviously over-hyping?
Florence, and storms like it, require factual reporting because lives are at stake. This stunt, and others like it, require those impacted by Florence to have the added burden of sorting out real threats from media hype. IBM's false narrative is impeding the flow of legitimate information that could save lives. Its sick.
Is IBM in such a bubble that they don't know how utterly stupid they look?
Where do they find reporters like Mike Seidel who will sacrifice their credibility?
MK-Ultra graduates maybe?
We don't watch much current TV, do not have Netflix (cancelled it) and rarely put on a DVD or Blu-Ray. Our only viewing is decades-old OTA sub-channel Mayberry, Colombo, MASH and Frazier. Maybe some PBS cooking shows on weekends. When my wife travels the TV can go a week without even being turned on. I haven't seen a TV newscast in years.
So, from the outside looking into the asylum, these attempted psyops are just getting ridiculous...
Their desperation to create a narrative is so painfully obvious.
Florence has created big problems for a lot of people.
This report was synthetic and we can do without that.
As "they" (the media) panic, normal Americans casually stroll by and ignore them.
Its symbolic of the entire media landscape.
They just don't matter anymore.
The real world, the one that Florence has left, does.