Bounding into Comics:

Amazon Studios boss Jennifer Salke confirmed what many critics suspected that Amazon was censoring reviews that the company disagreed with.

No, this can’t be happening. They had such an organic base of support.

In a giant damage control article in The Hollywood Reporter, Salke confirmed the gigantic corporation was using all of its power to censor opinions they disagreed with.

She told the outlet that she saw the criticism, “We all saw it coming, there were no surprises.”

“Having insight into our global audience, we also have insight into the darker sides of how people can manipulate reviews and have other points of view that we wouldn’t support,” she revealed.

The goyim are manipulating reviews?!

Okay trillion dollar multinational. Thank goodness you’ve brought this to light and are definitely not doing this yourself even though you just admitted to doing exactly that.

This confirmation comes in the wake of Amazon announcing they were updating their review system on Prime Video with the premiere of the first episode of the show.

Variety reported the company implemented a “new 72-hour delay for all user reviews posted to Prime Video.”

Not only did they indicate they were delaying reviews, but they would also be evaluating each review for authenticity. Variety’s Adam B. Vary and Jennifer Maas explained, “Each critique is then evaluated to determine whether it’s genuine or a forgery created by a bot, troll or other breed of digital goblin.”

Another breed of digital goyim?

Golly gosh darnit I had no idea the interwebz had gotten this bad. Thank the volcano demon for Jennifer Salke and Jeff Bezos saving us from these hoodlums.

Variety went on to claim Prime Video’s system is working by pointing to A League of Their Own and the fact the show had an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars with 80% of users giving it five stars while only 14% gave it one stars.

Anyone with any sense of critical thinking ability would be appalled at writing such words. It’s rather clear that Prime Video is favoring reviews that praise their own shows rather than those that are critical.

Not only can one deduce this by the simple observation that there are 80% 5 star reviews compared to only 14% one star reviews, but YouTuber Ryan Kinel took a look at Prime Video’s review system for The Rings of Power and observed that they didn’t allow reviews for the show to populate on Prime Video until after the show had been on the platform for over a week.

No way. How could this happen in this world that we live in?

It really is amazing what a disaster Kangz of the Rangz is. The reaction to it has been universally negative or apathetic, with only a few very obviously astroturfed shills pretending otherwise. I have my first video review of the show below, which got about three times more views than most of my videos, indicating that people really like this kind of content. But I’m not sure if that means show reviews, or just dunking on this ode to retardation specifically.

And it’s just one of the sea of voices dunking on this garbage.

The list is endless, although I’ll stop here.

It is amazing how anti-democratic big business is.

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