Friday, July 13, 2012

Rundown

There`s been a few things happening within the last week.  Mainly, per usual, the mainstream media`s apologizing and campaigning for President Barack Obama as well as continuing to be dishonest and consciously misleading with their "information."

-MSNBC's Toure Neblett plays the race card yet again (what else?) as he opined about Mitt Romney purposely eliciting a negative response from the NAACP crowd so Romney could gain sympathetic votes from whites.  CNN Obama advocate Soledad O'Brien apparently thinks along the same lines.  It must have been an interesting phone call and note swapping between the two.
This guy Toure really is challenging Al Sharpton for MSNBC's biggest racist.

-Investigations tell story of media jumping the gun of branding George Zimmerman as a racist.  Duh.

-The MSM is still forwarding the false claim (even after they have been corrected by various people and sources) that Mitt Romney held the position of CEO at Bain Capital and outsourced jobs to China even though he had actually left the position three years earlier and wasn't with the company when those jobs were shipped overseas.
For the record, here is Bain's statement on the issue:

Mitt Romney left Bain Capital in February 1999 to run the Olympics and
has had absolutely no involvement with the management or investment
activities of the firm or with any of its portfolio companies since the
day of his departure. Due to the sudden nature of Mr. Romney's
departure, he remained the sole stockholder for a time while formal
ownership was being documented and transferred to the group of partners
who took over management of the firm in 1999. Accordingly, Mr. Romney
was reported in various capacities on SEC filings during this period.


-Soledad O'Brien says state low unemployment numbers credit should go to President Obama and not the respective governors. 

-Occupy violence once again erupts in Los Angeles as organizers advocate killing police.  Not a peep from the media.

-With House Republicans holding another vote on repealing Obamacare which passed and will now go to the Democrat-controlled Senate, where the vote will be defeated anyway, the MSM morning shows decided not to run the obvious morning-leading item.  The nightly broadcasts did report the event, yet instead of holding up democracy and siding with the vote in their advocate journalism style, as most Americans do not favor the unpopular law as they surely would have if it had come out of a Democrat vote, the media either whined about how it is a waste of time or money. 

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