Who is Carlos Maza? Activist, Not Journalist.

Jun 10, 2019 by

Carlos Maza’s career as an activist is evident in his actions as a journalist who campaigns to restrict what others say in service of his political agenda.

Carlos Maza isn’t a humble journalist nor victim of harassment. Before the Vox Media host became the progenitor of YouTube’s latest crackdown on speech, he was (and remains) a hard left activist.

Maza was a researcher for Media Matters for America, a partisan organization dedicated to the production of anti-conservative propaganda.

Tim Pool wrote of him: “Carlos Maza used to work for Media Matters, an activist organization. He now works at Vox doing the same thing he did at MMFA. Journalism is dead and these sociopaths killed it.”

Before landing his gig at Vox, Maza was a writer and researcher for Media Matters for America (MMFA), a partisan organization dedicated to the production of anti-conservative propaganda.

During his tenure at MMFA, Maza wrote breathless coverage of the Family Research Council (FRC), a Christian organization that came into the crosshairs of a domestic terrorist in 2012. Prior to the shooting, Maza, along with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), called the FRC an “anti-gay hate group” and whipped up leftist anger about them.

Wielding a handgun with 50 rounds of ammo, Floyd Lee Corkins II shot an unarmed security guard before being tackled to the ground. When the FBI interviewed him, Corkins told police that he had been inspired by materials he found online that listed the organization as a “hate group.”

Carlos Maza's FRC Report

One of several Carlos Maza reports on FRC

After, Maza released a brief statement expressing his “thoughts and prayers” to the shooting victim. Maza is an atheist.

Maza has called upon his left-leaning audience to commit assault and battery on “far-right” organizers and protesters.

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