Corporate Media Calls for “Abolishing Parenthood”, Forcing Parents to Turn Children Over to the State

The publicly traded Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) is the largest newspaper publisher in the United States reaching over 173 million people monthly with hundreds of subsidiary outlets. These outlets give readers a sense of diversity, but in reality, they are all part of the same billion dollar media conglomerate. The USA Today network controls more than 260 daily local newspaper brands, digital marketing service companies ReachLocal, WordStream, and ThriveHive and U.K. media company Newsquest.

This massive media conglomerate has no problem using its multiple news properties to create narratives to shift public opinion. In fact, last March, TFTP caught the paper in an unscrupulous propaganda tactic — pushing identical content written for different states to stoke fear over guns. At the time, if you Googled, “mass shooting surge,” you were returned results with exactly the same headlines, but for different states.

The headline read as follows: “Mass shootings surge in South Carolina as nation faces record high.” As you continued to scroll down the results, you’d see this exact same headline for other states like Florida, North Carolina, New York, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Colorado, Louisiana, Arkansas, Illinois, Michigan, and others.

In states which didn’t see a rise in mass shootings, a different title was used but with the exact same point. For example, “Mass shootings fall in Georgia, but nation faces record high.” This title was applied to states like George, Indiana, California, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Alabama, and others.


Given their propensity toward indoctrinating their readership base of millions, USA Today has been in the crosshairs here at TFTP. Most recently, as in just last week, USA Today launched a push to normalize pedophilia. The outlet took to Twitter with an extensive thread claiming that “In recent decades, the science on pedophilia has improved. One of the most significant findings is that pedophilia is likely determined in the womb, though environmental factors may influence whether someone acts on an urge to abuse.”

After putting out this thread, they received some well-deserved backlash and frantically deleted the tweets, claiming that the thread lacked information. However, the article mentioned in the tweets remains up, which attempts to garner sympathy for pedophiles, claiming that “Pedophiles may not have control over the fact that they are attracted to kids.”

Though it is important to study what makes a person attracted to children, the idea of normalizing it as a sexual preference or “natural tendency” which happens in the womb, is misguided at best and utterly nefarious at worst. Given their most recent piece, however, it may be the latter.

After publishing an article seemingly normalizing the sexual attraction toward children, the USA Today network went after children again — this time urging readers to hand them over to the state — for equity, of course.

In a column for the VC Star, one of USA Today’s California posts, titled, “California should abolish parenthood, in the name of equity,” the outlet unapologetically states that “If California is ever going to achieve true equity, the state must require parents to give away their children.”…

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