Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow previewed some revelations in his forthcoming book, Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption, during his introductory monologue on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily.
“I can’t believe what I was able to find,” Marlow said of the research and writing of Breaking the News. “It was a year of immersive work.”
News media corruption is much deeper than political bias, he maintained. He held that media malfeasance “goes so far beyond” political favoritism or prejudice.
Marlow said, “What I’ve been able to uncover through these interviews, through these documents, [and] through a year of investigative research [are] some chilling things about the way we’ve structured our media environment. I was routinely shocked throughout the process. Things are way worse than we even talked about on [Breitbart News Daily] in terms of our media’s corruption, the depth of it, and how much money is getting bagged by these corporations instead of giving you the news that you should get.”
“I think it’s the most important thing I’ve done,” he said of his book. “It it not just original, but it is also a distillation of some of the biggest things we’ve talked about on the show. … You get all the details on this. It’s crazy stuff that’s uncovered — naming names, of course, as we always do — exposing people as we always do at Breitbart. There are bombshells in it [and] news that you will not be able to miss even if you want to avoid it.”