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[–] lemon11 1 points 13 points (+14|-1) ago  (edited ago)

What a horribly-written story. Was the fucking radio station playing AJ or not? What does "solely streaming online" mean if the station was playing AJ? If it wasn't, what does this have to do with him? They don't only not ask nor answer the obvious journalistic questions, they go out of their way to arrange words to obscure these concerns.

The original article they're just blogspamming is here:

It states that they did at least a cursory investigation:

A check of the Liberty Radio website,, indicated the station stopped being transmitted over the air in December, but has been streaming online and via a call-in “listen line.”

Yet they still opened the article with:

A pirate radio station that serves as controversial host Alex Jones’ Austin flagship

Since this is Austin and a newspaper, assume the whole thing is a lie.


[–] Weasel_Soup 4 points 2 points (+6|-4) ago  (edited ago)

Shills. Apparently we are supposed to be up in arms over Alex "sell you magic water" Jones.


[–] acratus [S] 2 points 9 points (+11|-2) ago 

We are up in arms about Alex Jones. As I said days ago, we should be up in arms if it were Katy Perry. The state is colluding with the corporate elite to form a speech cabal. Dispute the title if you want, the event is not a coincidence.


[–] speedisavirus 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

They were broadcasting on a 50 foot antenna in an apartment complex. They were operating on an expired license and the FCC finally took action now after the license was expired for over 5 years. That's what they were supposed to explain. They didn't because RT is the FSB Putin mouthpiece to the rest of the world to manipulate opinions against the west and for Russia.

There is no censorship here. FCC regulations for broadcast spectrum matter and have many reasons to be enforced. No action would have been taken if they had a current license and didn't violate FCC policy which there isn't much indication they were other than the expired license.