Fox News Covers Infowars Story About Rebel Admitting to Using Chemical Weapons

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    After being linked by the Drudge Report, Fox News covered an Infowars exclusive story featuring a Syrian rebel admitting to using chemical weapons in order to follow Osama Bin Laden’s mantra of killing women and children.


    The Fox News story concerned the overwhelming amount of evidence that the Obama administration would be backing terrorists who have been responsible for atrocities if it went ahead with an attack on Syria.


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    Lol . . . where you going to get all your talking points from now that Fox News is sourcing conspiracy theorists? :laugh:

    You neocons must be in a panic right now. Your endless war plans are getting fouled up by pesky libertarians and the majority of the people worldwide.

    Then Rush Limbaugh turns into a conspiracy theorist and now Fox News is sourcing INFOWARS.COM

    No wonder you've been so testy lately, poor thing. :laugh:
     
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    I'd say the fact they included that line in their web article makes it plain they doubt the story themselves. Done here. Happy conspiracy theorying.
     
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    I think it's more likely they included it because they are afraid if Matt Drudge and Alex Jones keep breaking stories they ignore they'll lose what little credibility they have left. ; )

    The corporate controlled media is losing the infowar. Why else would congress have to approve the pentagon's plan to openly use propaganda on us? That was mainstream news btw. Google it.
     
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    There are no "infowars" except in the title of the website that hack Jones manages to somehow keep alive. Bloggers and independents have no news organization, and no real sources. They glean their "stories" from the mainstream media on both sides of the political spectrum, add in a couple inside-out pieces of analysis/opinion -- real name: massive leaps to erroneous conclusions -- and call it "news." Rarely do these "stories" turn out to be true, but that doesn't stop hacks such as yourself from rushing to "publication" with each new piece of drivel the "tin-foil-hattters" sensationalize on their home pages.

    Particularly in the last two weeks, I haven't seen you post anything that has the remotest link to truth in it. I have seen a great deal of nonsense, conspiracy theories, and stupidity that your heroes feed to you like a mother feeds a baby Pablum. And you lap it up. It's garbage, and no longer worthy of my time to read, and certainly not worth the effort to respond to relative to your posts, due primarily to your abject refusal to realize you are also "tin-foil-hatter" exhibiting little contact with reality. God bless and keep you, have a nice life, and good-bye.
     
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    Matt Drudge has not "broken a story" since Monica Lewinsky and even then his big news was that Newsweek had the story and was sitting on it. The Drudge Report is a clearinghouse of links to other news organization's stories.
     
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    Wow that was a picture perfect illustration for what I've been saying about you neocons all along. You absolutely live in fear that people might sit down and examine all the evidence and think for themselves.

    One point at a time then . . .

    You claim "There are no "infowars" except in the title of the website that hack Jones manages to somehow keep alive."

    The evidence . . . The Pentagon has repeatedly claimed to be fighting an "infowar" in it's own documents and statements. Hillary Clinton has publicly stated that the govt and the elite it serves is losing the "infowar". Google it.

    You claim Alex Jones is a hack.

    That's opinion that is not evidence. BTW way this "hack" as you call him is very popular all over the world and his popularity and influence is growing by leaps and bounds. Your dinosaur corporate drive by media by comparison is losing it viewership and credibility almost as fast as Jones and other alternative media outlets are gaining. But don't take my word for it, go research it for yourself. The old monopolized corporate dinosaur media is dying.

    You claim "Bloggers and independents have no news organization, and no real sources."

    The evidence . . . Bloggers such as Paul Craig Roberts, Col Anthony Shaffer, The Wayne Madsen Report, and Gerald Celente to name a few have many high level sources in the govt and military.

    The lack of a big corporate structure gives them freedom of expression without having to worry about pleasing editors that are beholden to big corporate boards that rely on even bigger corporate boards with political agendas for advertizing dollars.

    Not being part of the big corporate borg is a positive not a negative. Bloggers don't have to self censor in fear of upsetting the editor and big corporate advertizers.

    And Alex Jones sources? He's done thousands of interviews with big name highly repected people inside the govt, military, business and entertainment. Many like Ron Paul have appeared on his show numerous times. Does Alex have sources of his own? Yes and how!

    You claim "They glean their "stories" from the mainstream media on both sides of the political spectrum, "

    The Evidence . . . yes they do. It's not breaking any rules of journalism to seek both sides of the story. Much as neocons and liberals hate the idea of opposing views to be heard.

    You claim "add in a couple inside-out pieces of analysis/opinion -- real name: massive leaps to erroneous conclusions -- and call it "news."

    The evidence . . . What they actually do is provide historical context by following through on stories from beginning to end to provide timelines of events. They also provide documentation from original sources, army, navy, govt, books, policy papers, white papers, scientific papers, etc., etc. Then draw conclusions from all the available evidence. Not parts of evidence here and there to support an "official" narrative. They do not just repeat what some nameless faceless "official authority" figure says without question like your "drive by" conglomerated corporate media is famous for.

    You claim "Rarely do these "stories" turn out to be true, but that doesn't stop hacks such as yourself from rushing to "publication" with each new piece of drivel the "tin-foil-hattters" sensationalize on their home pages."

    The evidence . . . to put it bluntly reality is the evidence.Here's just a few examples of reality.

    Gerald Celente . . .

    The prophecies of Ron Paul

    Here's a list of 33 "conspiracy theories" that turned out to be true.

    You claim "Particularly in the last two weeks, I haven't seen you post anything that has the remotest link to truth in it."

    The evidence . . .the evidence is the evidence. Just because you say it doesn't exist doesn't make it so. Opinion especially one sided opinion only trumps the evidence in people's minds that are afraid to look at all the evidence. And then you finish off with this claim . . . "I have seen a great deal of nonsense, conspiracy theories, and stupidity that your heroes feed to you like a mother feeds a baby Pablum. And you lap it up. It's garbage, and no longer worthy of my time to read, and certainly not worth the effort to respond to relative to your posts, due primarily to your abject refusal to realize you are also "tin-foil-hatter" exhibiting little contact with reality. God bless and keep you, have a nice life, and good-bye."

    You start off first thing with denial, then jump to demonization and shooting the messenger, then back to denial, then back to demonization, then back to shooting the messenger and finish up with more demonization and shooting the messenger.

    Not once did you address any evidence or put forward any documented fact. Only bitter and biased opinion with nothing but anger to back it up. Then you pick up your toys and run home till the next time you feel like coming out and throwing your weight around again.

    Why should people take anyone that acts like that serious? The evidence shows they don't anymore that's why the alternative media is blasting off while the dinosaur media is becoming extinct.

    So let's sum up the score shall we? Evidence based on facts and documentation 6. Your biased opinion based on your own biased opinion 0. My mistake make that 5 to 1 you did claim correctly that bloggers cover both sides of a story.

    Like I said you neocons absolutely live in fear of people examining all the evidence and coming to their own conclusions.

    You have proved several times over now you have no argument other than claiming you are right and I am wrong.

    So you can call names and rant up a storm big deal all that proves is you can call names and rant up storm. Doesn't prove you are right.
     
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