Posted: December 15, 2017 Filed under: Law & Justice, Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News | Tags: Ali Velsh, Communications Act of 1934, Net neutrality, Robert McDowell, Title II
You can almost see his head explode.
Amber Athey MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi got absolutely destroyed during an interview Thursday with former FCC commissioner Robert McDowell about net neutrality.
Velshi got increasingly frustrated throughout the interview, even getting angry at his guest at one point for citing the laws that govern internet regulation.
McDowell kicked off the interview by explaining that net neutrality, which applies Title II of the Communications Act of 1934 to broadband internet networks, wasn’t created until February of 2015.
[WATCH THE VIDEO HERE]
He responded to Velshi’s argument that repealing net neutrality might freeze out startups, reminding him that new tech companies like Facebook were created well before 2015.
“So, you have the Federal Trade Commission Act, for instance, you have the Clayton Act and the Sherman Act,” McDowell said. “Those are three very powerful federal statutes that kept the internet open and free prior to February of 2015.” Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: April 14, 2017 Filed under: Breaking News, Guns and Gadgets, Mediasphere, Self Defense, War Room | Tags: Agence France-Presse, Donald Trump, Intercontinental ballistic missile, Kim Jong-un, Missile, North Korea, Nuclear weapons testing, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States
Ryan Pickrell reports: Senior defense officials and administration officials are refuting NBC’s story that the U.S. will launch a preemptive strike on North Korea if it anticipates a sixth nuclear test.
“The U.S. is prepared to launch a preemptive strike with conventional weapons against North Korea should officials become convinced that North Korea is about to follow through with a nuclear weapons test,” NBC reported Thursday evening. The news outlet, citing multiple intelligence sources, claimed that the U.S. would use destroyers stationed nearby to launch the attack.
Citing multiple high-level sources, several journalists are saying that the report is “wildly wrong,” “crazy,” and “extremely dangerous.” VOA claims that the a “preemptive strike is NOT planned.” … (read more)
Source: The Daily Caller
Posted: March 15, 2017 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Mediasphere, Politics, Russia, White House | Tags: 2016 Presidential Election, Donald Trump, MSNBC, NBC, Tucker Carlson, video, WaPo, Washington Post
Tucker Carlson: NBC did more to meddle in 2016 election than Russia by being behind the worst of all leaks – the infamous Access Hollywood Trump tape to WaPo, which could have swayed the elections more than Russian hackers. #Tucker
Posted: February 10, 2017 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: Alec Baldwin, comedy, Free Beacon, media, Media bias, NBC, Network News, SNL, Supercuts, video
Posted: February 2, 2017 Filed under: Breaking News, Education, Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News | Tags: Breitbart News, College Republicans, Davis, Donald Trump, Freedom of speech, hate speech, Hillary Clinton, Milo Yiannopoulos, Protest, Simon & Schuster, Twitter, University of California
MSNBC reporter Hallie Jackson ironically referred to Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos as a “flame-thrower” on Thursday while scenes played out of people at California-Berkeley literally setting fires the night before in protest of him speaking on their campus.
“Jackson’s use of the term ‘flame-thrower’ was humorous given that Yiannopoulos was not the one who actually caused parts of campus to go up in flames.”
“This protest developed overnight out at Berkeley because Milo Yiannopoulos, sort-of noted troll, sort-of flame thrower if you will, was set to speak,” Jackson said, as images showed of the chaos. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: January 31, 2017 Filed under: Foreign Policy, Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: Donald Trump, EO, Executive order, Free Beacon, Immigration, media, NBC, New York Times, news, Not a Ban, NYT, Sean Spicer, Travel ban, video
Posted: January 20, 2017 Filed under: Entertainment, History, Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News, White House | Tags: Barack Obama, CNN, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Lean Backward, Lean Forward, MSNBC, NBC
Inauguration Day: This is MSNBC‘s front page right now.
Posted: January 11, 2017 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Global, Mediasphere, Politics, Russia | Tags: Comcast, Cynthia McFadden, Donald Trump, Lester Holt, media, NBC, NBC Nightly News, news, video
During NBC’s special live coverage of Donald Trump’s press conference on Wednesday, reporter Cynthia McFadden revealed that U.S. intelligence officials deemed rumors of a Russian dossier of damaging information about the President-elect to not be credible.
She explained to NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt: “…as far as they are concerned, and I’m going to quote now, ‘Intel and law enforcement officials agree that none of the investigations have found any conclusive or direct link between Donald Trump and the Russian government, period.’”
McFadden further informed viewers: “They wanted it available, we are told, so that if they felt they needed to explain to the President-elect the difference between vetted intelligence…and this raw kind of disinformation that’s out there.” Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: December 30, 2016 Filed under: Entertainment, Humor, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, media, MSNBC, NBC, news, Presidential Election 2016, propaganda, video
Posted: December 28, 2016 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: 2016, Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Electoral College (United States), Federal Bureau of Investigation, Hillary Clinton, Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, media, news, United States presidential election, video
Steve Kornacki looks at Hillary Clinton’s double digit lead against Donald Trump in four consecutive national polls, and trends developing in state polls, as evidence of a potential for a landslide outcome to the 2016 presidential election.
Posted: December 19, 2016 Filed under: Entertainment, History, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: 2016 Presidential Election, Democratic Party, Donald Trump, Electoral College, Electors, Emopalooza, Free Beacon, GOP, Hillary Clinton, media, MSNBC, news, video
Posted: December 7, 2016 Filed under: Censorship, Entertainment, Humor, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: Brian Williams, fake news, media, Media bias, MSNBC, news, video
Posted: December 2, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Censorship, Crime & Corruption, Entertainment, Humor, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: ABC News, Audience (TV network), Buzzfeed, CBS, Donald Trump, Facebook, Google, Google Chrome extension, Hillary Clinton, Mark Zuckerberg, NBC, New York Times, News satire, Product Hunt, The New Yorker
Not only is Facebook not providing little red warnings along with links to potentially specious news—it’s now blocking links to the plugin that did.
Over the past week, some Facebook users reported seeing content warnings next to links from established fake news domains, apparently without realizing a third party was responsible. We reported this phenomenon, later clarifying that B.S. Detector is in fact a third party plugin that both we and a number of Facebook users mistook as a testing feature. Irony!
Now, if you attempt to share a link to B.S. Detector on Facebook, you’ll be met with this message. Apparently, blocking fake news (detectors) is quite simple!
“I believe they are doing this because of TechCrunch article that came out yesterday, falsely identifying a screenshot of my plugin as a Facebook feature under development,” Daniel Sieradski, design technologist and creator of B.S. Detector, told TechCrunch. “It would seem I’ve caused them some embarrassment by showing them to be full of bull when it comes to their supposed inability to address fake news and they are punishing me for it.”
For now, the B.S. Detector plugin itself remains functional, as do links to the plugin on Product Hunt and the Chrome app store. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 17, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Crime & Corruption, Law & Justice, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: media, MSNBC, Nancy Pelosi, NBC, news, Tim Ryan, video, Washington Free Beacon
Posted: November 6, 2016 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, Russia | Tags: 2016, Anthony Weiner, Classified information, Clinton Foundation, Donald Trump presidential campaign, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fox News Channel, Hillary Clinton, Hoover Institution, Huma Abedin, James Comey, The Wall Street Journal, United States, Victor Davis Hanson
On AM Joy, MSNBC terrorism analyst Malcolm Nance, bragging that he knows some of the FBI spy catchers, says “guys who have taken down big names, such as Aldrich Ames and Victor Davis Hanson.”
Hanson, an historian and one of America’s leading conservative intellectuals, is currently a Senior Fellow in classics and military history at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He is surely not a spy.
Nance presumably had in mind Robert Philip Hanssen, a former FBI agent who was convicted of spying for the Soviets and Russians. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: October 14, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Global, Mediasphere, Politics, Russia, Science & Technology, U.S. News, War Room | Tags: Barack Obama, CIA, Cyber Attack, Cyber Crime, Cyberwarfare, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, NBC News, United States Congress, White House, White House Press Secretary
CIA Prepping for Possible Cyber Strike Against Russia
William M. Arkin, Ken Dilanian, and Robert Windrem report: The Obama administration is contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert action against Russia in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in the American presidential election, U.S. intelligence officials told NBC News.
Current and former officials with direct knowledge of the situation say the CIA has been asked to deliver options to the White House for a wide-ranging “clandestine” cyber operation designed to harass and “embarrass” the Kremlin leadership.
The sources did not elaborate on the exact measures the CIA was considering, but said the agency had already begun opening cyber doors, selecting targets and making other preparations for an operation. Former intelligence officers told NBC News that the agency had gathered reams of documents that could expose unsavory tactics by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Vice President Joe Biden told “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd on Friday that “we’re sending a message” to Putin and that “it will be at the time of our choosing, and under the circumstances that will have the greatest impact.”
When asked if the American public will know a message was sent, the vice president replied, “Hope not.”
Retired Admiral James Stavridis told NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden that the U.S. should attack Russia’s ability to censor its internal internet traffic and expose the financial dealings of Putin and his associates.
“It’s well known that there’s great deal of offshore money moved outside of Russia from oligarchs,” he said. “It would be very embarrassing if that was revealed, and that would be a proportional response to what we’ve seen” in Russia’s alleged hacks and leaks targeting U.S. public opinion.
Sean Kanuck, who was until this spring the senior U.S. intelligence official responsible for analyzing Russian cyber capabilities, said not mounting a response would carry a cost.
“If you publicly accuse someone,” he said, “and don’t follow it up with a responsive action, that may weaken the credible threat of your response capability.”
President Obama will ultimately have to decide whether he will authorize a CIA operation. Officials told NBC News that for now there are divisions at the top of the administration about whether to proceed.
Two former CIA officers who worked on Russia told NBC News that there is a long history of the White House asking the CIA to come up with options for covert action against Russia, including cyber options — only to abandon the idea.
“We’ve always hesitated to use a lot of stuff we’ve had, but that’s a political decision,” one former officer said. “If someone has decided, `We’ve had enough of the Russians,’ there is a lot we can do. Step one is to remind them that two can play at this game and we have a lot of stuff. Step two, if you are looking to mess with their networks, we can do that, but then the issue becomes, they can do worse things to us in other places.”
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Posted: October 10, 2016 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News | Tags: Chris Wallace, Commission on Presidential Debates, Donald Trump, Fact checker, Fox News Channel, Hillary Clinton, Iraq War, Jim Lehrer, Matt Lauer, NBC
This morning in The Federalist:
…That brings me to the broader issue of this alleged “fact-checking” the media feels impelled to engage in during debates. Most of the pushback from moderators last night was arguable assertions or half-truths, and Trump was often debating 3-on-1, as he correctly asserted.
MOLLIE: Oh man, speaking of “fact checkers” you have got to see this.
It’s real, not a parody of fact checking. Totally real. Not photoshpped.
DAVID: Seriously, they’ve lost their minds. There are exceptions, yet so many journalists have been consumed by anti-Trump sentiment that they’ve lost any sense of professionalism — or, more precisely, Trump has given them an excuse to stop pretending. The moderators were hardly any better.
[Read the full story here, at thefederalist.com]
MOLLIE: They were both disasters. Cooper started poorly, visibly displaying anger, constantly interrupting Trump. He kept saying, in playground style, “Please let her talk. She let you talk.” Or something like that. This is just a strategically unwise move, as it seems petty and juvenile.
Raddatz started fine, because she was mostly silent, and got off a few good questions to each candidate, but then she just lost it. A common criticism of moderators is that they think they’re debating the candidates. But in last night’s debate, Raddatz seemed to forget that she wasn’t a candidate herself. The moment where she began debating Trump on foreign policy was epicly awful. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: September 11, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Censorship, Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: 2016, Campaign manager, Classified information, Craig Melvin, Donald Trump, Donald Trump presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton, Matt Lauer, MSNBC, NBC News, The Daily Caller
Posted: September 7, 2016 Filed under: Censorship, Crime & Corruption, Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: Associated Press, Clinton Foundation, Daily Mail, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Florida, Hillary Clinton, Labor Day, Presidential nominee, Republican Party (United States), Tampa
Hillary Clinton says she sees no problem with daughter Chelsea staying on the board of the family foundation that has had Republicans crying foul.
On Tuesday the Democratic presidential nominee was asked if Chelsea’s continued involvement in the Clinton Foundation would create ‘legitimate’ conflict of interest issues.
‘No, I do not,’ the Democratic presidential candidate said, cutting off the reporter who asked, as she took questions from reporters traveling with her to Tampa, Florida.
Visibly angry, Clinton interjected, ‘I’ve said over and over again, doesn’t matter how many times you ask me, and how you ask me. These issues will be decided after the election, and we will decide the appropriate way forward….(read more)
Posted: August 29, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Entertainment, Humor, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: Anthony Seiner, Drudge Report, Hillary Clinton, Huma Abedin, media, MSNBC, New York Post, news, video
Posted: June 22, 2016 Filed under: Breaking News, Censorship, Crime & Corruption, Guns and Gadgets, Mediasphere, Politics, Self Defense
Geoffrey Dickens reports: In the wake of the horrific attack on an Orlando nightclub by a man espousing allegiance to ISIS, it didn’t take long for the Big Three networks (ABC, NBC, CBS) to advance the preferred political line of the Democrats, in this election year, to push for more gun control. Beginning on the evening following the shooting, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt on June 12, sounded the clarion call for gun control: “Today’s terror attack brings national security and the debate over gun control to forefront of the presidential campaigns once again.”
And for the next week, an MRC study shows the broadcast network news programs flooded their shows with statements favoring gun control over gun rights by a ratio of 8 to 1.
MRC analysts reviewed all 47 gun policy stories (41 full segments, 6 anchor read briefs), plus 10 other stories that mentioned gun policy on the Big Three networks’ evening (ABC’s World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News) and morning show programs (ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, NBC’s Today), beginning with the evening (June 12) after the shooting through Friday evening, June 17.
The study found a huge disparity in the airtime devoted to advancing more gun control versus arguments in favor of gun rights.
Time spent arguing in favor of more gun control overwhelmed time devoted to opposing gun rights by 65 minutes and 12 seconds, to just eight minutes and 12 seconds.
CBS was the most stridently anti-gun rights network. By a whopping 10 to 1 ratio, CBS devoted more time to arguing in favor of gun control (30 minutes, 40 seconds) to time that supported gun rights (2 minutes, 56 seconds).
NBC devoted nine times as much airtime to anti-gun rights arguments (23 minutes, 20 seconds), while matching CBS with airtime for pro-gun rights statements (2 minutes, 56 seconds.)
ABC, which seemed far less interested in serious policy discussions, still devoted more airtime to arguments in favor of gun control (11 minutes, 12 seconds) to those favoring Second Amendment rights (2 minutes, 20 seconds), a 4 to 1 ratio.
So determined to agitate their viewers into restricting gun rights, CBS may have even broken the law to achieve that end. In an anti-gun story warning about how easy it is to get dangerous weapons, aired on the June 16 edition of CBS This Morning, one of their producers participated in an undercover sting to show how, in the words of one of the talking heads aired in the piece, “Throughout most of America you can go into a store and buy an AR-15 just like you would go into Starbucks and buy a cup of coffee.”
[Read the full story here, at newsbusters.org]
According to the gun store in question, the CBS producer may have broken federal law: “Ms. Paula Reid came into the shop with cash, claiming she wished to purchase an AR-15 to ‘undergo training.’ She refused basic, free instruction of firearms safety under the pretense that she was using the firearm for training with a NRA certified instructor. Due to the information provided in the CBS News report filed today, I suspect Ms. Reid committed a straw purchase and procurement of a firearm under false pretenses.”
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, on June 15, couldn’t understand how American citizens could have their right to due process violated if wanted to legally buy a firearm for protection and their name happened to appear on a no-fly list known to be filled with errors: “The FBI had investigated the killer for possible ties to terrorism. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: April 16, 2016 Filed under: Economics, Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: Adair Turner, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Bank regulation, Becky Quick, Central bank, CNBC, Federal Reserve System, Interest rate, Joe Kernen, Monetary policy, Presidential Election 2016, Ted Cruz, VAT
Cruz just had a very interesting hour-long interview on CNBC this morning with Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin on the Squawkbox financial program. The CNBC gang hit Cruz with everything from Japanese and German basis points, to negative global interest rates, to bank bailout policies, tax reform, economic effects of climate change proposals, opposition to various kinds of VAT taxing, instability of commodity prices, Fed monetary policy, etc.
Reagan administration economist Arthur Laffer, one of the architects of Cruz’s tax plan, weighs in for an extra helping of tax and quantitative easing wonkishness.
…This is a much more in-depth discussion than the stump speech snippets we’ve all heard many times…(more)
Posted: January 8, 2016 Filed under: Censorship, Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: Associated Press, Bill Clinton, Cedar Rapids, Effigy Mounds National Monument, Hillary Clinton, Iowa, Juanita Broaddrick, Lisa Myers, Monica Lewinsky, National Park Service
David Rutz writes: MSNBC edited out footage of a reporter asking Bill Clinton repeated questions about the reemergence of Juanita Broaddrick, who has long alleged Clinton raped her, Thursday afternoon after airing the exchange in its entirety in an earlier segment.
Clinton was asked by a reporter about Broaddrick on Thursday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, after he gave a stump speech there in support of his wife’s campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The reporter, according to the Daily Caller, was its own Kerry Picket. In an article entitled “Bill Clinton Avoids Reporter’s Question About Reemergence of Juanita Broaddrick,” the Daily Caller posted the full video of the exchange that played on MSNBC at 2:29 ET.
[Read the full story here, at freebeacon.com and the Daily Caller]
Clinton answered NBC reporter Kristen Welker’s questions, which did not mention Broaddrick, about the effect of his past on his wife’s campaign, but Clinton ignored Picket’s queries regarding Broaddrick. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: November 22, 2015 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, White House | Tags: "define and express their identity, #MediaBuzz, Air Force One, Barack Obama, CNBC, Fox News, G20 Summit, Howard Kurtz, Jet Lag, Luxury Travel, President of the United States, Turkey
Source: #mediabuzz | Howard Kurtz | Fox News
Posted: November 7, 2015 Filed under: Entertainment, Humor, Mediasphere, Politics | Tags: Chris Matthews, Left Wing, Liberal, Media bias, MSM, MSNBC, NBC, Rachel Maddow, Show Business, Television
Posted: June 23, 2015 Filed under: Entertainment, Mediasphere, U.S. News | Tags: Al Sharpton, Ann Coulter, Bill Maher, Brian Williams, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, NBC, NBC News, NBC Nightly News, United States
Stephanie Smith reports: Brian Williams’ welcome to MSNBC might be frigid because staffers there haven’t forgotten a scathing report he arrogantly aired on his short-lived “Rock Center” about “corrosive” cable news blowhards at MSNBC, Fox News and CNN.
The two-part September 2012 report was so unpopular at MSNBC that, at a network holiday party shortly after, some over-served staffers even chanted “F - - k Brian Williams.”
“Rachel Maddow said on-air last week she was ‘really happy’ about Williams joining MSNBC and she believes in ‘second chances.’”
Williams is now a cable staffer after his demotion from NBC’s “Nightly News”anchor chair. But in 2012, as anchor and managing editor of his own show, “Rock Center,” he aired a two-parter on cable news’ “partisan ranting” from correspondent Ted Koppel. Williams introduced one segment by describing cable as, per Koppel, “corrosive and does nothing to help compromise in this country.”
“The rank and file at MSNBC were furious at Brian. They hated it so much, they were still mad about it months later at the office Christmas party…That’s where some cheered ‘F - - k Brian Williams’ — It was like a rallying cry.”
Williams stuffily wondered, “Has any of this splashed up against what we do?” Koppel responded: “What works about cable television is it’s cheap and it makes a ton of money. There is nothing cheaper than a bunch of talking heads. The people who hire those talking heads have discovered the more irascible, the more partisan, the nastier they are, the bigger an audience.” Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: June 17, 2015 Filed under: Mediasphere
Brian Williams has reached an agreement with NBC which will keep at the network — however, he will not be returning to his anchor chair at ‘NBC Nightly News,’ a new report says.
After Brian Williams, 55, was under investigation for factual misrepresentation, NBC has reportedly reached a decision to keep him at the network, but not at NBC Nightly News. This report ends speculation that NBC would cut Brian loose after his six-month suspension ends in August.
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Posted: June 17, 2015 Filed under: Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News | Tags: Al Gore, Barack Obama, CNN, Daniel Pfeiffer, Jeff Zucker, Joe Scarborough, Morning Joe, MSNBC, The Hollywood Reporter, White House
John Nolte reports: Other than the political benefits for central planning-Democrats that come from civil unrest in America’s inner-cities, another reason CNN president Jeff Zucker has turned his cable news network into a relentless hate machine is simple greed — the power and money that comes from increased ratings.
There is no questions that CNN’s dishonest but ongoing smear campaigns against Christians, conservatives and the police have stolen left-of-center viewers from MSNBC. The two left-wing networks share a very small piece of viewer pie, and when CNN is ginning up hate and civil unrest, CNN usually wins a larger piece of that pie than MSNBC.
Alternately, when CNN cannot find something cynical to exploit, MSNBC picks up a bigger piece of that pie. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted: May 19, 2015 Filed under: Crime & Corruption, Mediasphere, Politics, U.S. News | Tags: ABC News, Apology, Clinton Foundation Donations, CNN, Cover-Up, George Stephanopoulous, media, news, Peter Schweitzer, video
Posted: May 14, 2015 Filed under: Breaking News, Mediasphere, U.S. News | Tags: CNN, Ed Schultz, Fox News Channel, Mediaite, Megyn Kelly, MSNBC, NBC, Now with Alex Wagner, Phil Griffin, The Ed Show
Not only did The Ed Show hit a new low of 30K viewers in the 25-54 demo on Wednesday, but MSNBC had its lowest total day ratings in close to 10 years with 49K average viewers in the demo over the course of the day. The last time MSNBC saw demo ratings this low was on July 20, 2005 when it had 45K in total day.
In primetime, MSNBC also came in third place with just 76K in the demo compared to 337K for Fox News and 196K for CNN.
Posted: May 6, 2015 Filed under: Breaking News, Mediasphere, Religion | Tags: André Carson, Charlie Hebdo, Garland, Geert Wilders, Islam, John Kerry, Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy, Keith Ellison, Louie Gohmert, Muhammad, Muslim, Muslim world, Pamela Geller, Party for Freedom, Stop Islamization of America, Texas
John Nolte writes: Ayman Mohyeldin is advertised by NBC News as an objective reporter. This objective reporter became infamous earlier this year for lying about and smearing a decorated veteran sniper, the late Chris Kyle, as a “racist” who went on anti-Muslim “killing sprees” in Iraq.
Mohyeldin, who is a Muslim, used his MSNBC perch Tuesday, not to condemn the murderous savages in his faith who attempted to murder Pam Geller and Geert Wilders at a free speech event, but to demand a culture change in America that would not “allow” people to engage in what he calls “hate speech” against Islam.
[The full transcript of his fascist bed-wetting is here]
And as one would expect from NBC News, through omission, Mohyeldin lied through his teeth in order to pretend Islam is the only religion in America openly ridiculed.
As though “The Book of Mormon” wasn’t currently running on Broadway; as though San Francisco doesn’t hold a blasphemous “Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary“” contest every year; as though “Piss Christ” wasn’t funded by the American government; as though Hollywood didn’t spend billions producing one film after another trashing Christianity — without being challenged by anyone on “Morning Joe,” Mohyeldin crybabied his lie about Muslims being singled out in America. Read the rest of this entry »