Juan Track Minds


The Outfoxed gals merrily concoct their usual fictions, and drive their readers into paroxysms of racial hatred.

We have been most remiss, neglecting our responsibility to expose the frenetic fiction of the Fox haters. So here is a precis of some of the latest shenanigans from our old friends, the newshounds (another fine product of the Outfoxed gang).

On Friday, Hannity & Colmes did a segment on the approaching hurricane. As Joe Bastardi of AccuWeather was laying out the possible tracks it might take, Sean asked him, "Does it go over Cuba?" (The island's mountainous regions would rob the storm of much of its power.) The newspoodles turn this into a classic HeadLie:
Hannity Hopes Hurricane Ernesto Hits Cuba

Newspup Chrish is outraged that Fox is bannering stories on Iran with "Nuke Showdown":
It's simple, it's concise, it's scary, and it's a warning. Are you good and scared?... Tax and spend? Cut and run? This is more of the same, seen regularly on most of the major shows. Viewers are indoctrinated to believing there's a "showdown" (great, I thought we were done with failed cowboy diplomacy) and Bush is going to swagger into Iran and save us, like he did in Iraq.

We don't know if this is deliberate deception or just more doggie ignorance. Because the calculated indignation is misplaced and phony. Citing a "nuke showdown" or "nuclear showdown" in reference to Iran is hardly an FNC trademark. We direct you to CNN, ABC News/Reuters, The New York Times, The Daily Kos, Boston University, Lexis/Nexis, Australian News Interactive, Fordham University, Noam Chomsky, US News and World Report, USA Today, and The San Francisco Chronicle/AP. If you don't feel like clicking all those links, we did it for you:



We are relieved that the kidnapped Fox journalists have been freed. But beforehand the newspups managed to concoct fiction-based insinuations, such as this August 25 post:
There has been very scant coverage of the kidnappings on FOX which has us wondering if they were ordered to downplay the story. There's apparently not much to report, but when has that ever stopped FOX from obsessing?

When the curs bark, the gullible kennel-dwellers swallow it whole, and proceed to embellish and magnify the lies:
  • I must say that FNC has been disgusting in this whole matter. Practically ignoring the incident this entire time tells alot. Anyone else who has ever been kidnapped was plastered all over Fox every fifteen minutes. Centanni? Probably mentioned about 20 times in two weeks.... I never even heard a wish for their safe return from the talking head scum on FNC. If I was Steve Centanni, I would go to John Moody and kick his ass into the ground.

In fact, FNC has reported on the kidnapping every day since it happened. Let's look at August 24, just one day before Chrish claimed there was "very scant coverage". From 7:00 am to 11:00 pm on that day alone, there were 19 reports on the kidnapping: the first at 7:10 am, the last at 10:37 pm. And as many wishes for their "safe return":



Sometimes the denizens of the dog house let their true colors show. The bowsers love to accuse Fox of being "racist", while playing their own race card when it suits their purposes. But perhaps they have some problems within their very own kennel. And it doesn't matter if the victim is a black man. In fact, Juan Williams's race appears to be the motivating factor behind these attacks:
  • A Black man strumming the Fiddle to Bush's Song of the South of Baghdad is just plain disgusting. Perhaps next he can polish Bushies [sic] shoes,or maybe sweep out the Presidential Caboose.
  • To Try to explain Juan William's job at Fox News WITHOUT mentioning his race is roll on the floor laughable. Just why do you think he GOT his job ?? It sure as hell wasn't because he is an admired jornalist [sic] revered by the Black Community. Maybe Fox just couldn't find Butterfly Mcqueens' [sic] current phone number.
  • Juan Williams :: [sic] Lordy Missr Bush, it sho is turning out to be a long WOAH...When itz gonna end ??
  • Isn't it funny how the GOP's plan to run Black candidates for office this year has failed miserably.... Perhaps they should try to recruit Juan Williams next time. He wouldn't have a real chance of winning either though. Blacks don't vote for uptight Republican Shills with corn cobs shoved up their butts.
  • He's a [Fox] news Uncle Tom.
  • Juan Williams, You need to stick to writing about subjects you have some experience with, like the classic movie "Pinky". You are playing THAT role in your Real/Reel life. I'll bet you have never even dated a Black Chick...That's how WHITE you think you ARE.
  • Juan Williams and Condi Rice, Two Black [expletive deleted] Sellouts to their own race....neither of which would sit down for dinner with another Black person unless it was a staged publicity stunt. I've slept with more Black people than either of these two fools combined, and it wasn't in prison or the military...and I'm NOT Black.
  • Juan "HIGH YELLOW" Williams....Nominated for Best Actor for his portrayal of "Steppin Fetchit" in the GWB Production of "Song of South Baghdad" [grossly explicit language deleted]...

All these are comments that the newshounds permitted on their site. The minds and hearts of the Fox haters, in their own words.

posted: Sun - August 27, 2006 at 03:24 PM       j$p  send 

Fox Fan
The Newshounds are the first ones to call Fox News racist at every (blown out of context and misquoted) opportunity.
 
If that isn't the pot calling the kettle black...
August 27, 2006, 5:17:52 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Johnthebaptist
I don't suppose its suprising that the 'news' pups say that Fox hasn't been covering the kidnapping. After all they only watch like 2 hours of Fox a week and then misquote or blatanly lie about the content (or lack) of reports. 
 
Although... I only watch maybe 4 or 5 hours a week and I've seen the reports almost everytime I turn to Fox. Guess it just makes their ASSumptions and ASSertions sound that more realistic.
August 27, 2006, 11:59:53 PM EDT – Like – Reply


sknabt
"All these are comments that the newshounds permitted on their site. The minds and hearts of the Fox haters, in their own words."
 
You whine when you claim News Hounds deletes foaming conservative quotes by you and your buddies and whine when they keep the liberal extremist ones.
August 29, 2006, 7:29:59 AM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
I am sorry "sknabt" but you don't know what you are talking about. I have never posted a "foaming conservative" quote (whatever that may be) at newshounds. What I have posted there are FACTUAL corrections to their inaccuracies and lies. When they delete posts that correct their misinformation, and permit the lies to remain, that is a despicable practice that deserves to be called out.
 
I would like you to cite some "foaming conservative" posts that I EVER made at newshounds, either deleted or not. If you cannot do so then I have to assume that you just made your claim up out of thin air, which seems to be a common tactic of Fox haters.
August 29, 2006, 10:00:10 AM EDT – Like – Reply


Jose Chung
To have to live with one of these stupid women....
August 29, 2006, 6:02:12 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Fox Fan
You don't have to worry about that Jose, my bet is that the Pb.Ds (pushy broads defending democracy) bat for the 'other team'.
August 29, 2006, 7:11:28 PM EDT – Like – Reply


Jose Chung
I notice the silence is deafening over there of who really disclosed Plame's 
identity to Novak.
 
After their dozens of posts and thousands of words falsely accusing Rove and Cheney of purposely outing Joe Wilson's wife, supposedly in an act of political revenge, we see that not one them has the decency or the character to apologize--or at least set the record straight.
August 30, 2006, 2:19:29 PM EDT – Like – Reply


johnny dollar
Jose, they still haven't issued the promised correction to their story that Karl Rove was indicted months ago!
 
This is typical, however. They never retracted their claim that Sandy Berger was cleared of all charges. Even after he was indicted and plead guilty!
August 30, 2006, 3:31:10 PM EDT – Like – Reply