The truth gets their panties in a wad.
From Business Insider
Last month, “Fox & Friends” produced this four-minute piece that came across as a hit piece on …Barack Obama and earned the network a ton of criticism — even from conservatives.
Turns out the White House also wasn’t a fan of the piece. The New York Times reports this morning that the “Fox & Friends” piece earned the network an “angry call” from White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.
“In an angry phone call, the White House press secretary, Jay Carney, told the network’s executive vice president for news, Michael Clemente, that even by “Fox & Friends” standards the video crossed the line, according to two Democrats who weren’t authorized to speak of the private conversation….”
Fox News eventually took down the ad from its site the same day it originally aired late last month. Shine said in a statement that the package was was “not authorized at the senior executive level of the network,” and that it had been addressed with the show’s producers.
Every bit of that ad covers Obama’s destruction of our economy and national security. It’s the unvarnished truth.
As for the critics: Fuck you.
MSNBC editorializes in Obama’s favor and against Republicans as a matter of policy, and calls it “news”.
Andrea Mitchell showed a selectively edited video to make Mitt Romney appear amazed with the cashier’s touch screen at a fast food restaraunt, when in fact, he was making a comparison between the over regulated government sector vs the more efficient private sector.
The unedited video that Andrea Mitchell did not show you:
Hat Tip to Soopermexican.
“By the way, where do you get your hoagies here, do you get them at WAWAs?… Well I want to a place today called WAWAs, have you ever been to WAWAs? I know some people haven’t…. We went to WAWAs and it was instructive to me, because I saw the difference between the private sector and the governmental sector. People who work in government are good people and I respect what they do, but you see, the challenge with government is that it doesn’t have competition.”
“So we find ways to do things better or we lose jobs to each other.”
NBC creatively edited the George Zimmerman 911 call during the Trayvon Martin shooting to make it sound like he targeted Martin because he was black.
In 2004, Dan Rather infamously used a doctored memo to smear George W. Bush
MSNBC and ABC deliberately edited a Rick Perry comment out of context to make it appear racist.
But we’re supposed to believe that Fox News putting together a factual ad is somehow out of line.