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It’s about time someone called Fox News on their lies, but I didn’t expect it to come from CNN

UPDATE: Here’s some video showing Fox News giving stage directions to Tea Party protesters so they would look good for the cameras during the 912 event in DC. As Jed Lewison says:

Although this video provides a clear-cut example of Fox propaganda in action, the only thing truly shocking about it is that it won’t wake up real journalists to the fact that just about every single thing you see on Fox is manufactured. They are an infotainment channel for conservatives, not a real media outlet.

UPDATE 2: Rick Sanchez going after Fox for manufacturing news:



  1. Chris wrote:

    Here’s another level of irony – Fox tricked CNN into reporting the protests all over again. (I would say, though, “unwittingly tricked…”)

    Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 3:19 pm | Permalink
  2. JonJonhenry wrote:

    MAYBE………if everyone stopped reporting the lies, the lies would end. Bad publicity is still publicity, and it’s free every time CNN or whomever talks about Fox. Those videos you mention cannot be opened by the way. Thanks

    Sunday, January 3, 2010 at 9:54 am | Permalink
  3. ann keenan wrote:

    Wherever I go, people say something must be done about lying in the media, especially about political and government news, but no one appears to be acting upon it. Are you aware of groups who are pressing the government to act on this?

    Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 6:18 pm | Permalink