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Left Media in Wisconsin Secretly Sign Walker Recall Petition

April 5, 2012

This will make you sick. But also show one more time the left media and it’s alliance with Democrats and unions. A free press we don’t have. Studies have reported the big media state over 80% of them are left wingers/progressives. So how do Americans ever see the truth when it’s behind walls ofpropagabda?

MILWAUKEE- We have some news we need to tell you about ourselves, and the recall election against Governor Scott Walker.

TODAY’S  TMJ4 and Newsradio 620 WTMJ discovered that several members of our  staff signed the recall petitions for Governor Walker.  Some of those employees play a role in our news-gathering and editorial  process.  Several of them also work on-air: One at TODAY’S TMJ4; four at   Newsradio 620 WTMJ.

We want you to know that we consider this a serious issue.  We are in the process of dealing with it internally.   Our reputation of being a fair and unbiased news source is of paramount  importance to both TODAY’S TMJ4 and Newsradio 620 WTMJ.

We  expect anyone involved in the production of news to avoid situations  that could compromise our integrity.  We don’t allow news employees to  sign nomination papers for candidates, display yard signs or take part  in a political campaign.

However, many employees told us  that they felt signing the recall petition was not a political act, but  instead felt it was similar to casting a vote.  WTMJ does not agree and  we want to assure you, our viewers, that we are taking measures to  make sure all of our reporting is fair, balanced and to ensure something  like this does not happen again.

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