Correct, he was calling into question the Wall Street Journal's integrity, because it was owned by Rupert Murdock...
And I asked him how much credibility does CNN, ABC, MSNBC have, if they keep redacting news stories, because they were found to be wrong, or untruthful. While the Wall Street Journal has not redacted any stories.... and has shown to be more trust and news worthy...!
Let me clarify... the meaning of "redact" - from dictionary.com
to put into suitable literary form; revise; edit
to draw up or frame (a statement, proclamation, etc.).
to edit (text) so as to remove or hide confidential or sensitive information
So... to redact a story means you've realized that some part of it was incorrect (or sensitive/confidential) and therefore, the news company redacts it.
For a company NOT to redact any of their stories - especially ones that have been fact checked as being propoganda or outright lies - shows that THEY are the company that has no interest in the truth.
"Everyone makes mistakes, it's how you handle them that defines you."
As for the Wall Street Journal... they are mostly accurate - but they do tend to lean right-center... and are fairly obviously pro-Trump...
RIGHT-CENTER BIAS These media sources are slight to moderately conservative in bias. They often publish factual information that utilizes loaded words