Friday, April 02, 2010

That "N-Word" Protest and the Slander of the Pope

Well. We detect a similarity between the NYSlimes' attack on Benedict XVI and the "N-word" story. They were both pre-fabricated. And both fabricated the critical points.

Fourth Estate/Fifth Column. Same difference.

McClatchy released their story on the reported attacks on the Black Caucus members at 4:51 PM EST. The McClatchy reporter William Douglas refers to Huffington Post contributor Sam Snead as a source in his article. But… The Huffington Post did not post their article until 4:56 PM EST


I checked with my source on the scene, Greg Farrell, to get a timeline on the passage of the Black Caucus members from the Cannon Building to the Capitol and back. According to Farrell, they left the Cannon Building about 2:30 PM on March 20th and returned about 3:15 PM. He had no reason to exaggerate.

I asked because at 4:51 that same day, McClatchy reporter William Douglas posted an article on the McClatchy website with the inflammatory headline, "Tea party protesters scream 'nigger' at black congressman."

In other words, Douglas, with an attributed assist from James Rosen, managed to interview representatives John Lewis, Emanuel Cleaver, and Barney Frank, compose an 800-word article, and have it edited and formatted for posting within a 90-minute window.

During that same 90 minutes, Douglas would have received and incorporated a press release from Emanuel Cleaver...

It's becoming clear that the entire incident was pre-fabricated--I use that word with its specific meaning--to launch the "R-word" offensive against anyone who would oppose Statism or ObamaCare (as though there were a difference.)

The Slimes' attack on B-16 just ***cough***cough***happened to occur on the VERY same day that the self-alleged victims were at the Vatican getting their photos snapped.

My, my.

Breitbart agrees on the racist game:

The Democratic Party is trying to signal to the black community and to progressive media types that the way to push back against the Tea Party and Republicans is to use the reliable race card by provoking a racial incident. The ensuing rhetoric about the bill and about the nature of the Tea Party is based upon repeated talking points. Propaganda. Everyone is on message that Republicans and Tea Partiers are racist — a divisive and dangerous argument, so lacking in any shred of evidence save for the fact that the majority in the Tea Party, as in America itself, is white.

By and by, he'll catch up with the Benedict XVI story.

1 comment:

VSO said...

Conservatives and Republicans have NOTHING to be ashamed of with regards to civil rights since it was they who introduced all the Klan Acts and civil rights acts while Dems largely opposed them.

Kevin Jackson at will pay a month's rent/mortgage for every thing anyone can name specific to democrats that have improved the lives of black people in the USA that justifies 90% of them them for voting for democrats in every election. Not even a liberal college professor could do it.