16Mar/21Off

Fake News Daily Herald chose to protect United Airlines over its own readers!

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

Does the health and well-being of Rolling Meadows residents matter to the Daily Herald? Apparently not!

The Daily Herald, the largest suburban news paper in Illinois, purports to serve its suburban readers, but that is clearly not true when it comes to the residents of Rolling Meadows.

When the decision was made on whether to inform Daily Herald readers in Rolling Meadows that United Airlines was illegally dumping a cancer-causing toxin next to a children's playground, the top brass at the Daily Herald chose to protect the criminals at United Airlines, and their corrupt enablers at the EPA and OSHA.

As far as the Daily Herald editors were concerned, the health and well-being of their readers did not matter!

Ouch!

Now the corporate lackeys at the Daily Herald find themselves scrambling to try and find a way to save face.

Well, I can help them with their predicament. It's really very simple, and it's amazing that they haven't already done so.

Just report the truth!

Your corrupt friends in the government and at United Airlines will not be happy, but they will eventually come to realize that you really had no other good option.

As for your readers, ask for their forgiveness. Who knows they might just forgive you if you do the right thing now.

Keep in mind that your own reporter, Chris Placek, had this to say after seeing a sample of the evidence against United and the corrupt government officials: "There are smoking guns here!" But incredibly you won't let him report that in your newspaper.

Once again, gentlemen do the right thing. Or the Fake News Daily Herald will lose any credibility it may still have left.

More to come…

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