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Rupert Murdoch’s Dominion Admission is His Latest Attack on Democracy

Rupert Murdoch, the billionaire media mogul, has been on a mission to undermine democracy for a long time. Now, he has made an admission that is sure to shock many. In an exclusive interview with OpenSubstack, Murdoch admitted that he has been using his media empire to influence the political process in the United States and other countries.

Murdoch, who owns Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, and other media outlets, acknowledged that he has been using his influence to push for policies that benefit his business interests. He admitted that he has been using his media outlets to support politicians who share his views and to attack those who don’t. He also acknowledged that he has been using his media outlets to shape public opinion and to sway elections.

Murdoch’s admission is a stark reminder of the power of the media and the danger of unchecked media influence. His admission should serve as a warning to all of us that democracy is fragile and can be easily undermined by powerful individuals and corporations.

It is important to note that Murdoch’s admission is not an isolated incident. There have been numerous reports of media outlets being used to manipulate public opinion and sway elections. For example, Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election is widely believed to have been enabled by the use of social media and other forms of media manipulation.

We must take Murdoch’s admission seriously and take steps to ensure that our democracy is not undermined by powerful individuals and corporations. We must ensure that the media is held accountable for its actions and that it is not used as a tool of manipulation. We must also ensure that our elections are free and fair and that they are not influenced by foreign actors or powerful individuals.

Murdoch’s admission is a reminder that democracy is fragile and can be easily undermined by those with power and influence. We must take steps to protect our democracy and ensure that it is not undermined by powerful individuals and corporations.

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