Ever since more evidence like the Train Station story and the Robson's Grand Canyon trip came out disproving the allegations in the 'documentary', the International Media such as in countries like the U.K., Germany, France, and New Zealand (from what I've heard) have been jumping all over those latest reports. Meanwhile, most, if not all, of the mainstream U.S. media has been painfully quiet... USA Today? Wall Street Journal? New York Times? They were all quick to jump on the Leaving Neverland bandwagon. But now that the legitimacy of that documentary has been called out, revealed to have major credibility issues, and is now getting thrown in the wood-chipper. (crickets).
I didn't think it would be possible, but I finally agree with Donald Trump on something, the headache inducing joke that is the mainstream U.S. media. Fake News, indeed.
Even Oprah Winfrey, who did her After Neverland special where she allowed Dan Reed, Wade Robson, and James Safechuck to come on her show and gave them a platform to share their stories. She (or whoever is in charge of her social media accounts) deleted all her posts on Social Media about her special and the 'documentary', and she (or whoever is in charge of her YouTube page) deleted the videos she had related to those subjects from her YouTube playlist. I don't know about you guys or what her reasoning may be behind that, but that sure looks like Damage Control to me.
Has she interviewed Taj or Brandi Jackson? Neither one of them have made any mention of it if she has. Jermaine? Tito? Randy? Janet? Katherine? Any Jackson family member at all? Scott Ross, the Private Investigator for the 2005 trial? Tom Messereau, Michael's Defense Lawyer for the 2005 trial? Mike Smallcombe, the guy who debunked the Train Station story? Or any other defender of Michael to report the other side of the story since Michael is no longer here to defend himself? Especially in the wake of these revelations? Has she even tried? Still waiting, Oprah.
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