9/20 Was An Inside Job!


The black helicopters are circling the kennel. The Outfoxed gals have concocted another conspiracy, but it's based on a lie. With J$P Video!

It's been way too long since we dipped into the cesspool of the Fox haters. What better time to see how things are progressing at the newshounds (another fine product of the Outfoxed cabal)? We've forgotten how entertaining a trip through the kennel can be.

The hounds, as you know, are "media critics". They are ready to pounce on Fox for anything and everything, including the crime of misspelling someone's name. That just makes it funnier when the Einsteins rush to the defense of actress Sally Field, and get her name wrong no fewer than six times in the course of six paragraphs!

If that's not enough of an embarrassment for the biased bassets, then one can turn to their latest outrage: "Fox Fails to Disclose Important Background Information" about a guest who opposed Iran's A-Jad speaking at Columbia. The guest was Carolyn Blashek, a Columbia donor and alum. The curs uncovered a blatant conflict of interest, a glittering example of journalistic fraud, fully worthy of their bold-type headline. Fox is hiding the fact that Ms Blashek founded Operation Gratitude, which sends care packages to US soldiers. Shocking! If you support the troops, that's a sign of bias to the Fox haters. Most revealing. But wait, there's more. Not only does she attend to the needs of US soldiers, there's an even darker secret that Fox failed to reveal: her husband is in the military. Scandal! Fraud! Yes, this is the egregious outrage that the mutts are so in a lather about. No, really. We couldn't make this stuff up.

Just as we couldn't make this up: the pups got it wrong again. Carolyn herself wrote in:
  • Melanie--you have your facts all wrong. My husband is not, nor has he ever been, in the Military. Neither have I, nor my siblings or children. I am as plain and old a Columbia alumni as there is.
So did Melanie apologize, and rectify her fictitious post? Don't be silly; this is the newshounds were talking about. Instead, she snarked back: "I did not say or insinuate that you, any of your siblings, or any of your children have been in the military." And Mel's shocking, but untrue, revelation about a nonexistent husband in the military remains uncorrected as of the time of this publication.

Let's wade a little deeper in the doggie swamp. We are told by Donna that Fox "likes" to refer to MoveOn.org as "Move On Moolah". Uh oh. Someone's not telling the truth. There was a segment titled "MoveOn's Moolah"--that was the subject of the discussion, not how they referred to the organization:



More of Donna's dissembling:
Today they had Byron York, Fox News Correspondant [sic] on to discuss where MoveOn.Org gets their money.

Oops, looks like Donna's not telling the truth again. Byron York is not now and never has been a "Fox News Correspondant [sic]":



Oh, Donna also goes on to register the ludicrous complaint that when Fox showed the tasered student video, it was "with Kerry's name mentioned of course". Yeah, they should've mentioned Chester Arthur or Donald Trump instead. Incredibly, this drivel is what passes for insights among the Fox haters.

Worse than stupidity and ignorance is outright wackiness, doubly so when it is fed by the disease of fraud and misrepresentation. The black helicopters must have been circling the kennel, because the newspoodles have concocted a conspiracy theory worthy of a tin-foil-hatter. It's the news conference held by the President on 9/20--did you know that it was all a secret conspiracy, pre-arranged between Fox and the White House just to get the President to answer one question? Here's the lunatic claim from crazy chrish (emphasis hers):
Bush denounced the MoveOn ad (headline) at an infrequent press conference yesterday, after being asked about it by FOX correspondent Wendell Goler. It is not imagination that the presser was called specifically to set up that question and answer.

We would dismiss this as more fevered fantasies from the paranoid pointers, but there is another angle to this, one that is so much a part of the hounds' operation that it is their stock-in-trade. You see, chrish is lying, and her entire phony conpiracy theory is based on that lie. Let's start with the question asked by Wendell Goler [QuickTime video]:




Um, what did that have to do with the moveon ad? Nothing! Where did chrish get the idea that it did? She made it up! So who did ask the moveon question? [QuickTime video]:




That's not Wendell Goler. That's the voice of Bill Sammon, a print reporter for the Washington Examiner. That won't do. Chrish's mysterious machinations between Fox and The White House won't work unless a Fox reporter asked that question. So, she lied, and said it was Mr Goler. Despite the fact that anyone who checked her "facts" would catch her fabrication in an instant. It's not that much of a risk inside the noise machine: the Fox haters swallow anything the echo chamber feeds them. Even lies.

Special bonus youtube video, "Why Do They Lie? Part V: It's a Conspiracy!":


posted: Sat - September 22, 2007 at 01:11 AM       j$p  send 

ImNotBlue
Well done, as always, J$.
September 22, 2007, 12:07:21 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Fox Fan
Let me get this straight. First it was Fox getting their talking points from Bush. Now it's Bush getting his talking points from Fox. When will they make up their minds about which lie we're supposed to believe?
September 22, 2007, 4:49:43 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Nelson
Uh? What's your point? A lot of work for nothing really.
September 23, 2007, 12:43:50 AM EDT – Like – Reply


Puck
Johnny I love the 'Racket Squad' music.
You are the modern day Capt. John Braddock of the Racket & Bunko Squad!
Back then they stole money.
Today they steal minds.
Example: Nelson, poor man, never knew they sucked his brain clean!
September 23, 2007, 8:50:32 AM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
Puck, you have dated yourself by recognizing that music! Yes, the newspooches have quite a racket going on!
September 23, 2007, 11:13:39 AM EDT – Like – Reply


Nelson
[message deleted for rules violation: personal attack, name-calling]

Edited By Siteowner
September 24, 2007, 12:52:24 PM EDT – Like – Reply


John Rawker
This has to be the most pathetic attempt at a rebuttal I've ever read on a blog. Let me get this straight, Johnny, you're basically admitting Fox is biased, because they bring on partisan hacks like Byron York and openly attack MoveOn, and yet you claim NewsHounds shouldn't be taken seriously because, quote, "they spelled her name wrong", and they misidentified Byron York as a Fox News Correspondent? Misidentifying York as a Fox News Correspondent actually helps their argument, not yours. York is a partisan Republican who works for the Weekly Standard, a Republican publication, and he was brought on without a Democratic or liberal counterpart. Additionally, Ducey and Kilmeade were openly ripping Democrats throughout the last two weeks over the MoveOn.Org ad. Would you care to post videos of the full interviews they gave discussing the MoveOn controversy?
 
I bet not.
September 25, 2007, 12:02:50 PM EDT – Like – Reply


John Rawker
By the way, Johnny, you look pretty foolish spitting out the "Fox is fair!" line when your own ideological compatriots basically openly admit that Fox News is running propaganda for them.
 
Take RightWingNews, they list Fox's own website as the most popular "right of center" site on the net. If you can't convince other conservatives that Fox is balanced, it would be like a liberal who can't convince other liberals that the NYT isn't really liberal.
 
I.e., it's pathetic. Seriously, if you want to help Fox run propaganda, that's one thing, but if you're going to sit here and try to claim that a news channel run by a former paid political consultant of Rudy Guiliani is fair and balanced, no one is going to take you seriously.
 
http://www.rightwingnews.com/mt331/2007/09/the_75_most_popular_rightofcen.php
September 25, 2007, 12:06:16 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
How about newshounds shouldn't be taken seriously because they lied about Wendell Goler to concoct a phony conspiracy theory. Most conspiracy theories are unreliable. Those built on a lie always are.
 
That, and the 200+ other falsehoods that they've been caught in pretty much make the case that anyone who regards the newsmutts as anything other than propagandizing liars has some serious mental issues.
September 25, 2007, 12:47:56 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Ira
a news channel run by a former paid political consultant of Rudy Guiliani is fair and balanced, no one is going to take you seriously.
 
Is that the same news network whose OWNER contributed $60,000 to Hillary Clinton?
September 25, 2007, 12:56:26 PM EDT – Like – Reply


JohnE
Byron York works for National Review, by the way (not the Weekly Standard).
September 25, 2007, 2:30:04 PM EDT – Like – Reply