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Continuing his assigned role as corporate media siren of the apocalypse, Glenn Beck interrupted a discussion on Russia and Iran last night on Fox & Friends to mention a heretofore no-no for national television — FEMA camps. At two minutes into the video below, Beck declares he attempted to “debunk these FEMAS camps” because he is “tired of hearing about them,” but was unable to do so. “We now for several days have done research on them… I can’t debunk them.” Beck follows this with a declaration that the United States may be headed for totalitarianism.
Original post by Moonsouljah CNN and MSNBC on the other hand have chosen or been chosen to pander to the broader complacent majority. these networks have become Obama love-fests and simply seem interested in packaging the Democrat's actions as awesome and hip and totally cool.
3. It surprises me at least how close these media "Outlets" can get to real issues yet only scratch the surface leaving the issue untouched.
4. I think the major networks have assumed particular roles in the new media landscape that includes (perhaps a temporary) infusion of unrestrained online access to information. ---I've heard so much talk about Glenn Beck like "wait and see if Beck covers this--then its true for sure. So he's shaping to be this affirmer or disconfirmer of online conspiratorial dialogue (like ATS).