RT’s Liz Wahl Resigns on Air and is in Good Company [videos]

You’ve probably already heard, but it’s still early here in the West and I wanted to share this important development as it reflects the changing consciousness and conscience of journalists—TRUE journalists.

Liz isn’t the first, and she won’t be the last.

There’s also Abby Martin…  you can learn more about this here.

Fox TV Cinncinnati’s anchor Ben Swann left the network last year and used his segment called “Reality Check” as a spring board to begin his own Internet reporting platform, “Truth in Media”, and has done a terrific job.

Ben is a two-time Emmy winning, investigative reporter and is now taking it to the next level and holding his current fun-raising drive to support the venue where he and his partners actually do investigative journalism to bring us the truth. Perhaps you wish to show your approval and appreciation for season two. You can donate here. They accept Bitcoin.

Several journalists have recently left their lamestream jobs over issues with the slanted “scripts” they are asked to deliver, and others over more volatile situations such as the two award-winning journalists that were fired from Fox when they reported on the dangers of “Monsanto’s cancer milk”.

This is not an exhaustive list by any means, but a sampling of what I hope will be a strong trend.

Also demanding mention… “The People’s Voice TV”, headed up by the intrepid David Icke. They, too, are crowd-funded as they don’t have many corporate sponsors yet. Why? Because they will ONLY deal with legitimate, Humanity-friendly businesses.

They will not, under any circumstances, take money from corporations that do not support the health and welfare of The People. Please help if you feel so guided. They take Bitcoin and Litecoin.

David’s team works tirelessly to bring us important, accurate information on current events around the globe and David has a way of ‘Connecting the Dots’ that makes the current convoluted situations unfolding on the planet very easy to understand.

We are fortunate indeed that at least a few media personnel are acting on conscience. It’s unfortunate they have to sacrifice to act on what they consider is the right thing to do, but we all do what we must.