How the #Floodgate scandal has impacted your favorite media outlets
What you need to know about the #floodgate controversy: 1.
The scandal is still going strong: The #Flowergate scandal is continuing, with some major changes.
A number of news outlets are still refusing to identify the source of the leak, which is causing a massive public backlash.
Some have gone so far as to name names.
Here are five of the most prominent news outlets to refuse to name the source: NBC News, ABC News, CBS News, CNN, The Associated Press, BuzzFeed and The New York Times.
Two of those outlets, ABC and CBS, are owned by News Corp., while CNN is owned by Time Warner.
It remains unclear what the source is, but ABC and CNN are not disclosing their identities.
Two other outlets, Reuters and CNN, are not publicly naming their sources, but the news organizations are also refusing to acknowledge their source, saying the leaks are part of a global campaign to harm them.
The media is now more transparent: The news outlets now publicly identify their sources.
However, it’s unclear how many sources have been identified, if at all.
BuzzFeed, for instance, is now saying that it has no sources.
It also notes that the leak was “a malicious attack,” saying that the source “has been identified and the source has been made available to our reporters for analysis and attribution.”
CNN and The Associated Post also note in their stories that the leaks have not been attributed.
But many news outlets still refuse to identify who the source could be, including ABC News and The Wall Street Journal, both owned by The Walt Disney Company.
The Wall St Journal is now asking readers to send tips about its sources to the public relations firm they used to work for.
The Washington Post is still calling the leak “a deliberate attack on the credibility of our news organization” and “a disgrace to the profession.”
The New Yorker, which has been publishing a series of investigative pieces on the scandal, is also calling the leaks “a very serious breach of our journalistic ethics.”
The fallout is not over: It’s still unclear what impact the #FLoodgate leaks have had on the news media’s credibility.
BuzzFeed’s stories on the leak have not yet been published.
CBS and CNN’s stories have yet to appear.
BuzzFeed has yet to issue an apology.
In addition, the #TrumpLeaks hashtag is still trending on Twitter.
BuzzFeed itself, though, has yet on this day to apologize for the leaks, and has continued to tweet about them.
Some news organizations have now acknowledged that the #FakeNewsgate scandal was a campaign by globalists to harm their media outlets.
BuzzFeed is now admitting that its reporting was inaccurate.
ABC News has said that it would be “inappropriate” to name its source.
CNN is saying that its sources have now been identified.
BuzzFeed was forced to release a statement apologizing for the “misleading” reporting it published on #Flowersgate.
CBS News has already said it will “never be the same again.”
BuzzFeed has now apologized for publishing the story, saying, “I made a mistake in not identifying who leaked this information to our newsroom.”
BuzzFeed says that the outlet will “refuse to make any further comment until our team and we are fully exonerated of any wrongdoing.”
ABC News says it will not “make any further comments” on the matter until the story is corrected.
BuzzFeed says it has apologized to ABC News.
News organizations have decided that the Trump leaks are not “fake news.”
BuzzFeed, The Washington Examiner, The Wall Hill Journal, and BuzzFeed have all announced that they will not continue to publish “news stories” that claim the leaks were made by the Russians or others.
They are saying that they were “taken from a legitimate source” and that they “reject the smear campaign waged by globalist hacks.”