Liar in Training

The Outfoxed gals prove you can teach a new dog old tricks. With J$P Video!

It's time for more pickings from the Fox haters' grapevine, where all the branches have thorns. And it doesn't take much digging to find more egregious examples. Here someone takes FNC to task for what appears to be a most peculiar assertion on the August 8 Dayside:
the Fox News presenter disputes that Israel is bombing Lebanon, blaming it on faulty construction...

There is one slight problem: the statement in question was not made by a Fox News "presenter", or contributor. It was a question from an audience member. And this responsible, honest blogger neglects to point out the very next words in response:
Israel is bombing Lebanon.

Now why do you suppose they left that out? In all fairness, we can't blame the blogger completely. He was relying on a clumsily edited video clip from the premier Fox haters, the newshounds (another fine product of the Outfoxed cabal). It turns out that the newspoodles are the ones who edited the video, leaving out the reply, thereby misleading their readers (and others in the Fox haters' echo chamber) once again.

Speaking of the newsmutts, they don't use tricky editing only for videos. Pay special attention to probie Donna's semantics as she "reports" on a conversation between David Asman and a representative of Public Citizen:
Asman said that you can't blame BP because, after all, they couldn't watch all of their equipment all of the time. He prefaced it by saying, "In all fairness to BP..."... Comments: In all fairness to BP, YES they should be watching all of their equipment all of the time.

Does the sentence construction seem odd? A long paraphrase, and then a five-word quote of how it was "prefaced"? Why not just quote what he said? Here's why [QuickTime video]:


Surprise! Donna took a phrase from one part of the conversation, grafted it onto another part, just so she could launch into her talking points. Never mind that Asman said something complete different. These are the newsliars, after all.

Donna's deceptions fall short of outright lying, but never fear--we have a classic example of that as well. The mongrels have to create an image of bias, even where none exists. One arrow in their quiver is "remote viewing" (you know, like the psychics who claim they can see something that's happening in another location). We exposed this so many times that the curs eventually backed away from this transparent trickery. Now it's made a sudden resurgence, in their "report" of John Gibson interviewing a pair of Muslims about the Middle East conflict:
Gibson asked him to respond to how Bush would respond to Bray’s statement and smiled when Hassan said that Bush has done a “terrific job” and that he (Hassan) doesn’t support a cease-fire. Gibson’s smile evaporated when Hassan said the “Israel is a major stumbling block to peace…they are a militaristic bully…Israel has learned a hard lesson…”

Keep in mind the evocative depictions of Gibson's smile and how it evaporated, as you see the truth [QuickTime video]:

Oops. How exactly were the newspooches able to depict Gibson's facial reactions to the comments in question when he wasn't even on camera? Yes, remote viewing! Or, in layman's terms: lying. We couldn't resist:

By now readers of this space know how the bowsers react when somebody pulls back the curtain and reveals their empty chicanery. Within minutes our comment vanished:

More of that newshound tolerance and honesty! The mastiffs permitted this entry to be "guest blogged by Priscilla". Now where do you supposed a newbie learned this hoary old hound trick? The outfoxed gals have taken Priscilla under their paws, and she is proving to be a most adept liar in training.

posted: Sun - August 13, 2006 at 05:50 PM       j$p  send 

Fox Fan
Ever increasing damning evidence against the newshounds. I feel sorry for the poor folks who blindly accept and defend the dogs' diatribes.
August 13, 2006, 9:03:18 PM EDT – Like – Reply

That's what happens when you let people think for you and tell you what to believe.
August 14, 2006, 8:08:31 PM EDT – Like – Reply

Jonathan Holmes, PsD
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August 14, 2006, 8:34:45 PM EDT – Like – Reply

Hey there is one good thing about the newshounds, someone on that blog kept calling me Johnny Dollar when they couldn't respond to my statements. I assume it was meant as an insult but what it really did was lead me to make a search on google to find out what they were talking about and it lead me to this site!!
August 17, 2006, 12:32:21 AM EDT – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
Hah, welcome here fellow John. They seem to have a peculiar sort of paranoia that whenever anyone dares to question even one word of what they say, well, he must really be Johnny Dollar, or a J$ employee (as if I had any!).
August 17, 2006, 1:03:58 AM EDT – Like – Reply

Johny Two cents
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August 17, 2006, 7:12:50 AM EDT – Like – Reply

Johny Two cents
Wow this site is so popular that you get 5 whole posting in 14 hours. With that kind of popularity I guess it's true that you live in a homeless shelter What a sad excuse for a blog
August 17, 2006, 7:22:45 AM EDT – Like – Reply

Johnthebaptist, that's exactly how I found this site too, through the comments on the newsmutts. Guess they are good for something.
August 17, 2006, 8:28:37 AM EDT – Like – Reply

Oh and I should add, when I told them that once they edited my comment to delete that part.
August 17, 2006, 8:29:43 AM EDT – Like – Reply

Too funny, I just checked and they deleted all of my comments. They can't can't handle the truth. 
Now to the guy talkin crap about the number of comments, its because you NH fanboys can't deny when the lies of your crappy site is exposed so you can't comment. NH gets comments because its full of lies and misstatements and people like me post there to try to expose them. Too bad the nazi mod's on that site change the posts or delete them outright. 
Now why don't you try to deny the content of the original posting by Johnny Dollar instead of trying to change the subject?
August 17, 2006, 11:39:15 AM EDT – Like – Reply

johnny dollar
JTB, citing the number of comments is just one of the ways to change the subject. Discuss anything except how the newshounds get caught doctoring quotes and publishing phony lies.
By the way JTB, you might be pleased to know that you are a featured player in my latest posting, found at the top of the home page. Enjoy.
August 17, 2006, 12:41:06 PM EDT – Like – Reply