Wednesday, February 29, 2012

FOX edits and then fakes applause for John Bolton pro-war statement

FOX edits and then fakes applause for John Bolton pro-war statement

Video is 2 min 32 sec

The 2-minute video is a public meeting of former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton responding to a US war veteran’s question. The video shows that FOX then edits-out the audience response to replace it with applause from a different person’s question. The proof is that the applause-segment shows a different person walking away from the microphone than the person who asked the question. The veteran testified that the audience booed Mr. Bolton’s answer.

This is not just FOX, but all of the six mega-media US corporations who lie by commission and omission as war propagandists.

I previously documented FOX “reporting”, CBS, ABC, and CNN war propaganda by picking a day to look at their “news” and simply showing what they say.

Importantly, one could do this every single day with similar examples of what I wrote on CNN’s published work of “credible” journalism:

When we now know that all claims for war with Iraq were known lies as they were told (and verbally explained here), and CNN provides similar innuendo for war by an unsourced alleged report with concerns of what might occur in the future allegedly stated by an unnamed US source reporting on an unnamed foreign source, this is propaganda and not news.

You might need to read the above twice to feel the impact of this choice of communication from CNN, then verify the source to see this is exactly what they reported.

Reply from the brave soldier who Bolton had the audacity to accuse of doing a "grave disservice" to the tens of thousands of soldiers who, we'll just say "Served honorably."

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