Your president is in the process of torturing and prosecuting a journalist for publishing, something you've repeatedly ignored whenever I've brought it up to you, so spare me your nonsense-dogshit about living in an "open society" with a "free press" that's owned by about 3-5 corporations today.
The US definitely has its issues but it's still not only the freest society in the world, it's the freest scociety in the history of the world. And compared to China, the US is a freaking shining city on a hill.
You want to talk about torturing and prosecuting journalists, The US is doing it to one journalist, China does it to anyone who even looks like they're even thinking about maybe one day committing an act of journalism. To take one case, as troubling as it may be, and use that to try to claim there's no press freedom in the US is just fucking retarded. Press freedom and freedom of speech is not an all or nothing proposition, some societies like the US have a great deal of freedom and others like China have very little. On a scale of 1 -10, 10 being total freedom and 1 being total gulag, the US is at least an 8 and China is a 1. There's no comparison and anyone trying to draw a false equivalency between the two is just some kind of Chicom hasbara five dime shillbot.
Right now in the US millions of people have Telesur broadcast into their homes:
Through this alliance with MHZ networks, teleSUR reaches a market size of 2.3 million homes or 4.9 million viewers based in DC. teleSUR is available to the Washington, DC region via digital broadcast channel 30.10, Comcast/Xfinity channel 280, Cox cable channel 479, and RCN cable channel 34.
China doesn't even allow its denizens uncensored internet access let alone mass communication platforms for critics and diissidents.
Yes the corporate media is total shit, it's just a propaganda organ for the imperial establishment, but the corporate media is not the entirety of the US press and even in the corporate media there's far more diversity of opinion and latitude to express dissent and make criticism than what's allowed on the Chicom controlled media.
I don't feel like looking it up but I bet at least 10 million people in the US get unfiltered, uncensored Chicom state media through their cable and satalite tv providers, how many people in China do you think the Chicom regimes allows to see unfiltered, uncensored US media? Outside of maybe like high ranking party members and official censors, that number is probably right around zero.
So lol at you @skinster for even needing someone to explain this basic shit to you and lol at you in advance for not having the rudimentary reasoning skills to comprehend it even after it's been explained because we all know you're gonna be coming back directly with some extra stupid shit demonstrating that you just don't comprendo one word of any of this.