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AP Updates Stylebook to Allow for Ramped-Up Climate Change Fearmongering

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About seven months ago I wrote about the Associated Press's off-the-charts fearmongering about climate change. 

The reason for that is not because the AP believes what they're reporting, but rather because they make a lot of money pushing the sham with the help of "philanthropic grants":

The Associated Press said Tuesday that it is assigning more than two dozen journalists across the world to cover climate issues, in the news organization’s largest single expansion paid for through philanthropic grants. 

The announcement illustrates how philanthropy has swiftly become an important new funding source for journalism — at the AP and elsewhere — at a time when the industry’s financial outlook has been otherwise bleak. 

The AP’s new team, with journalists based in Africa, Brazil, India and the United States, will focus on climate change’s impact on agriculture, migration, urban planning, the economy, culture and other areas. Data, text and visual journalists are included, along with the capacity to collaborate with other newsrooms, said Julie Pace, senior vice president and executive editor.

The AP's headline was "Climate grant illustrates growth in philanthropy-funded news."

Yeah, we all know what that means. The media's getting paid to push propaganda. 

Now the AP Stylebook has an update reminding their journos that they can now feel free to parrot the Left's favorite fear-mongering term, "climate crisis":

In actuality, the "current situation" is that journalism and the media is completely corrupted, broken and beyond repair.

It's also a Democrat talking point thinly disguised as a style point. 

Almost all reporting, certainly on a national level from most outlets, is 100 percent "agenda" and zero percent "news."

The AP's Stylebook should require a disclaimer at the end of all their "climate crisis" stories explaining exactly where they get every "philanthropy" dollar but that's not going to happen.

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