Monday, July 27, 2009
Rescue AKA Obama - A Coordinated Media Campaign
A Coordinated Media Campaign
For months and months, the discussions about Obama's eligibility to serve as Commander-in-Chief have simmered like a teapot on a back burner set to simmer.
Recently, someone's switched the heating element to high, and the teapot is now screeching like it's 5 o'clock at the factory.
Every major news source is publishing articles defending the Obamamessiah on a daily basis.
And, yesterday's item, "CNN/US Boss Is An Obama Agent," focused on CNN/US's president Jon Klein's dictum that, "It (Obama's eligibility) seems this story is dead -- because anyone who still is not convinced doesn't really have a legitimate beef."
Now, the president of MSNBC, Phil Griffin, called anyone who has concerns about Barack Obama's eligibility a "racist."
Is it simply just a coincidence that the presidents of two of America's largest, if least trustworthy, television networks entered the eligibility discussion, as vigorous defenders of the Usurper, within 24 hours. I don't think so. As Jethro Gibbs says, "I don't believe in coincidences."
Klein chose to fabricate his defense of Obama, while Griffin, just goes all-in with the race card..
One has to wonder if these guys, who rarely are seen or heard commenting on current events, are deciding to run interference for Obama on their own, or did they get a phone call?
I just sent an email to a Gannett reporter, writing at DelewareOnline.com, who claimed, "Such allegations have been refuted by state officials in Hawaii, who say they have checked health department records and verified that Obama was born there on Aug. 4, 1961."
That statement is a damnable lie. Hawaiian officials never, ever did any such thing.
Identifying her as a propagandist, not a journalist, I provided her with the official Hawaiian statement and demanded a correction be published. I also commented that I didn't believe there would be one.
Mahatma Gandhi said, "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win."
We are currently at Ghandi's stage three.
Hat tip to Don Fredrick at http://www.colony14.net/
Posted by Sam Sewell at 3:38 PM