At the Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post, all journalists have freedom to report on whatever they want–as long as that reporting never speaks ill of Big Pharma companies, Big Banks, and whatever “Big” thing doling them money for advertising. Yup that’s right: Under Bezos, a new rule says the paper’s advertisers are off limits to reporters for any kind of social media criticism. This is problematic for a number of reasons–a huge one being that Amazon has a $600 million contract with the CIA to provide them cloud encryption services. What’s more: employees are even encouraged to rat out their co-workers for breaking this insane rule. How are we supposed to trust future reporting with these obvious corporate handcuffs on journalistic integrity? Correspondent John F. O’Donnell joins Lee Camp at the desk to expound on how Washington’s paper of record lost its way under King Bezos.