If you follow the stock market, and you still haven’t had the chance to read some of Wall Street on Parade’s articles, there’s probably a good chance that you’re missing out on a big piece of the puzzle.
They do some of the best investigative journalism on the topic of Wall Street corruption on the entire internet, and for more than 10 years, they have been publishing at least one article per day about important Fed policy developments, lifting the veil for those who are too busy with their daily lives to keep up to date on all the latest news affecting the banking industry.
In fact, if you read enough of their articles, you will eventually become an expert on not just Wall Street corruption, but the entire stock market itself..
Unfortunately, for reasons that are unknown, and even though WSP’s website is freely available from a wide variety of sources online, it appears that reddit.com (majority owned by the Newhouse Family — net worth $18 billion) doesn’t feel that their users should be accessing this kind of information.
An anonymous reddit account has again uncovered evidence of Advanced Publications blocking links to websites that by any stretch of the imagination do not constitute as fake news, are far from deceptive, and certainly do not promote violence or racism.
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Sadly, this isn’t the first time something like this has happened.
The last time reddit.com was caught shadowbanning their users comments, they contained links to an article that was written by Americans for Tax Fairness — a political advocacy group with almost 30 years experience — that was attempting to shed light on the alarming rate at which Billionaire wealth had increased in the midst of what has been considered the largest economic shutdown in American history.
With companies going bankrupt left right and center, and 40 million people out of work, why would Advance Publications feel the need to block such an incredible source of information from being accessed by their 430 million users?
Maybe we need to start asking reddit some tough questions..