The same goes for “the narrative” put out on corporate/social media.
Their strategy is simple, and brilliant.
Step 1: Ignore stories that don’t fit the narrative.
Step 2: Claim stories that don’t fit are “conspiracy theories” because no one is talking about them.
Step 3: Inflate stories that do fit the narrative.
Step 4: Repeat
Censorship in a nutshell: If you only see one narrative you are less likely to challenge it. Since it is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled, they will grip onto that false narrative hard so as to “not be wrong.”
ABC/CBS/NBC all ignored round six of the Twitter Files on their Saturday morning shows. The revelation that the FBI was working with Twitter to suppress content was not nearly as interesting to them as leftist journos being temporarily suspended.
Too many people will support “the narrative” even if the narratives are in direct contrdiction: