Sunday, April 01, 2012

NBC: "Who cares about truth? We make up our own!"

Exposed by Fox News and Newsbusters, NBC played the conversation on the “Today Show” as: “This guy looks like he’s up to no good. He looks black.”

The unabridged version is:

Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.

Dispatcher: OK, and this guy — is he black, white or Hispanic?

Zimmerman: He looks black.
As blunt as it gets: you cannot trust NBC to simply cover facts; you can count on them to change the information to push the favored narrative.

And don't forget CNN conveniently leaving out a witness who damages the preferred narrative.

I've been lectured about how nothing that comes from Faux News or Breitbart or(fill in the blank) can be trusted because they're not 'professional journalists'; well, they don't seem to be professional liars twisting the information, either...


Windy Wilson said...

I guess that merely having an RCOB moment and refusing to watch channel 4 is not enough. I probably have to watch those lowlifes just so I can identify which sponsors to not patronize.
After all, if it's good enough for Rush calling a spade a spade (or a W**** a S***, which was ultimately a kindness, I guess), then it should be good enough for active editing of the truth by the evil ones at NBC.

markshere2 said...

Boycotting is the start, but contacting the company that you are boycotting and telling them why is much more effective.

Getting friends & neighbors to do likewise to do likewise really helps.

Make it easy on your network:
draft an example letter
supply the address of the marketing manager.
supply a fax number.

Back to Trayvon & George.
ABC is now showing "enhanced" video that has marks on the back of George's head indicating that by golly he might have been assaulted.