If you’re the kind of person who is constantly complaining to your friends about actual fake news or insane media bias, boy have I got the podcast for you. Unfit to Print, a new podcast from host Amber Athey, tackles media misinformation, fake news, editorializing in the name of facts, and more. I enjoy podcasts that sound like you’re just talking to a friend, so I love Amber’s style in this podcast.

There are only two episodes out as of me writing this, but they’re great listens in light of the whole Mueller Report/No collusion debacle that made the media EXPLODE. In the two episodes so far, Amber tackles the crazy ratings drop at MSNBC after “no collusion” and Ilhan Omar’s crazy comments about 9/11 and Israel and the constant editorializing of certain “journalists” who might as well be opinion columnists.  Amber is a White House reporter, but former media reporter, so she knows what she is talking about.

I know I love podcasts that talk about the media in a critical way because so much mass media is very self-laudatory. Look at us, we’re so so smart, we know things and you the dumb people don’t. And Amber takes them down a peg, real quick, with lots of sass. If you don’t watch CNN and MSNBC, and I really don’t recommend you do, you’ll want to tune into Unfit to Print to catch up on all their mistakes.

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You can download Unfit to Print wherever you get your podcasts, or watch on YouTube

Here’s a look at the second episode of the podcast, in which Amber discusses the media’s distortion of the word “spying” and more.

If you like podcasts like Unfit to Print, I also recommend these two books:

Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War over the Truth

The Smear: How Shady Political Operatives and Fake News Control What You See, What You Think, and How You Vote

Media bias is real, and maybe it’s not always what we think it is, but in light of the Mueller Report and the impending 2020 presidential election, it is more important than ever to call out media bias, misinformation, and distorted reporting. We can’t just let journalists get away with crazy lies and distortions because of their title, so podcasts like Unfit to Print are more important than ever.

Aryssa D
FFL Cabinet Member