posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 06:07 AM
I'm in Nevada, but the bay area news is pretty much considered "local".
A couple minutes ago, the story aired on CBS, and these are the words they used.
"One of the officers shot multiple rounds, at least one of them hit Lopez"
They seem to say it in a way that paints a completely false picture of the event.
Their goal, in this case, was to make you think that one, single, tiny, lucky, almost, accidental bullet barely grazed him, but he died.
They're flat out forming your opinion, and want you to give them a pass.
You can't call them on it either, because they didn't exactly lie.
They employ their agenda in every story they tell.
Even though their Motto is:
"Coverage you can count on"
All day long, they have to remind you that they are:
"Fair and un-bias, that's channel two news!"
Why the hell does channel two insist on telling it's audience 417 times a day when it's not even close to true.
It's pure brainwashing, and harder to choke past, all the time, just to get to the weather.
Remind yourself, every day to never accept anything for the truth until you know it to be.
Not from me, not from ATS, not from your mother... only you.
There's no other way.