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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Pam Geller Debates Plan for Ground Zero Mega-Mosque on Fox Business Show, Money Rocks

Best part of interview was Pam Geller's retort to Dem Strategist flack Bob Beckel's charge that Geller is anti-Islam. I'm not anti-Islam, counters Geller, I'm counter Jihad, and if you can't tell the difference sir, you've got some real problems.

Zing!

Thursday, August 26, 2010

ABC News Admits Wrongdoing from "Freelancer" Covering Ground Zero Protest

Andrea Lafferty appeared on the Janet Mefferd Show to talk about the actions of a member of an ABC news crew at a Ground Zero Protest. While Andrea was on the Janet Mefferd Radio Show, the host read an acknowledgement she received from Geoffrey W. Schneider Senior VP and spokesman from ABC. In the statement issued by Mr. Schneider, the company admitted that a freelance audio technician did aggressively interview protestors and was not instructed to engage protestors at the rally according to ABC. The statement noted that the freelancer had been "repremanded" by the company.

Andrea responded that Mr. Schneider's explanation was nothing more than a cover-up and reported that there two full-time ABC employees at the protest. This was a setup. said Ms. Lafferty of the news crew's actions. She noted that an ABC cameraman who was a full-time employee of the broadcast company and a young woman who is a field producer for ABC were at the protest and did nothing to disuade the freelancer from engaging in his course of action. Andrea Lafferty maintains that the ABC news crew was on location, trying to gin up a confrontation so they could get news.

Apparent ABC News Employee Caught Baiting Ground Zero Mosque Protestor

Ahh, the enlightened and ever-so-unbiased media. Andrea S. Lafferty writes in Big Journalism on the agent provocateur actions of an apparent employee of ABC covering a Ground Zero Mosque protest. Andrea noticed that the man was aggressively questioning an older gentleman holding a sign that read, “No Sharia Here." “Why do you feel threatened? What are you afraid of? Why can’t you answer my questions?” “Why do you feel threatened? What are you afraid of? Why can’t you answer my questions?” hammered the younger man dressed in black shirt while brandishing a phone camera.

Andrea's instincts kicked in and she took out her camera to record the scene. Andrea writes, When I challenged the man in the black shirt, asking him to tell me what media outlet he worked for, he refused to answer. He walked away. But there was cameraman was standing nearby, watching the scene play out. When I asked, he said he worked for ABC News. I then asked if the man in the black shirt was with him. The ABC cameraman said, “yes.”

Read the whole post here.

You don't think the media would try and stage a confrontation and then cover the ugly scene as news do you? -- Yes! They must be desperate.

Sunday, August 08, 2010

Obama Booed in Prerecorded Address to Boy Scouts

Although U.S. president's since William Howard Taft have served as honorary presidents of the Boy Scouts of America, Barack Hussein Obama's address wasn't so warmly received by the nation's future political, science and business leaders attending the 100 year anniversary of Scouting in the U.S.A.

In a bid to try and shore up his sagging poll numbers with women voters, Obama took a pass on personally attending the National Jamboree held in nearby Virginia this year to jaunt up to New York City where he could flirt with the Marxist hens running The View. The dismissive attitude this president holds for the Scouts is played back one hundredfold by the Scouts who see through his cynical ploy and respond accordingly.



In stark contrast, the Christian rock band Switchfoot received a warm welcome by attendees of the 2010 Boy Scout Jamboree.

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Black Conservatives take on Lock-Step Lib Reporters at Press Conference

Reporters fence with Black Conservatives at the National Press Club on August 4th. The result is hilarious, with the Tea Party Express schooling the media in elementary logic. The best part is when asked how many members of the race-obsessed press corps attending the conference considered themselves to be members of a minority group; only two representatives of the media raised their hands.