posted on Nov, 2 2003 @ 08:08 AM
It wasn't as if Fox News didn't have anything to talk about.
There were attacks in Iraq, the latest economic doldrums, the latest B.S. Hollywood box-office cliche's, etc.
But Fox News, the flagship of disinformation and heresay, had the the inkling of starting off the 8:00 AM news cycle with the complete and total
fabricated nonsense about Hillary Clinton running for President of the United States in 2004, something virtually every pundit and news organization
and their brother/sister had called off officially until 2008.
No, but thats not good enough for Fox News, who has the gumption to fabricate every single god damn story off the news wire that never existed. No,
for this day it was just proof yet again, that Fox is far beyond "Fair and Balanced," (if anyone had still been deluded still anyhow) but is
obviously a Republican, paranoia outlet designed to freak out their mentally marginalized Christian Conservative audience
who are are still bent on hating Bill and Hillary.
No, it did not matter that the heresay had absolutely NO BASIS in fact, timeliness,newsworthiness, political relevance, or even tabloidish interest,
at this point. But it might have been just enough to keep the ignorant, selective and prejudiced viewships attention span together for a few minutes
more so that Rupert Murdoch could cram just a few seconds more of Bush Adminstration war propaganda down the throats of fearful Americans who already
don't have enough horse sense to see that the drug-addled Limbaugh is a hippocrite, a liar, and a downright fraud.
No, Fox News is intent on keeping America ignorant, misinformed and lied to on such a consistent basis, that, they must actively keep its narrow
viewership, perpetually lied to, so that no truth is ever peeking its ugly head into the spectrum of information, should any of their watchers dare to
get a clue and change the channel.
So on Sunday it was scare the viewers with Hillary running which is a total fabrication, then switch to the war on Iraq, which is another lie the Bush
got people to believe in its necessity, and go on with some Bill Bennett commentary, another complete moralist fraud, selling millions of books on
"The Book of Virtues" and then spending millions at Vegas with a gambling addiction.
But you would never know it from the complicity of the scandalized, tabloidish, and fictionalized print press. Thay are so trapped in their own
schemes of duplicitous fabrication any unsuspecting American would be dull enough to think its the norm.
Land of the free, home of the brave.