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The White House has publicly responded to the controversy surrounding the Obama administration’s agenda to bankrupt the coal industry and its connection to this week’s blackouts across the country, by attempting to deny the link in a rebuttal that amounts to nothing more than a tissue of lies, deception and spin.
In a blog that appears on the front page of WhiteHouse.gov, White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer begins by claiming that the story came from a “questionable” source and is “unquestionably false,” without even naming the source. Frightened that Americans might actually read the source and make their own minds up based on the facts, Pfeiffer fails to provide a link to our original article that was subsequently picked up by the Drudge Report, Fox News and numerous other media outlets.
Pfeiffer fails to provide a link to our original article that was subsequently picked up by the Drudge Report, Fox News and numerous other media outlets.
Originally posted by zooplancton
TPTB are seeing that social media DOES work, and they have a hard time with this.
it's the balance things need after years of blind "sheeping" of the American people.
the web is our voice now and when they think they can shut this down, we will show our true colors. it just might be what we need to start a revolution.
"no power plant in Texas has yet been required to do anything to control carbon pollution"