Wednesday, April 04, 2012
This Just In: The Mainstream Media Is Lying To You.
And not just caught in the omission of relevant news or the distortion of a story or spinning an issue according to their liberal bias.
After all, those things simply describe business as usual for the American press.
No, the latest antics involve the purposeful doctoring of evidence: editing tapes in a way that the meaning is completely changed, manipulating photographs, selecting material that suits the reporter's political agenda while deliberately hiding evidences to the contrary.
In a just world, the reporters and editors who do such things would be charged with criminal action. And it wouldn't be over mere libel, it would be fraud and conspiracy and breaches of the public peace.
Mercy me. If it wasn't for the development of alternative media (Rush, Fox News, the bloggers, etc.), the American public would be utterly at the mercy of the leftist establishment.
And yet there are so many morons (including an awful lot of American Christians) who continue to believe they are getting a fair picture of the world merely by watching TV network news or, for that matter, their local TV news which is not only heavily dependent on the networks but which is infected by the same liberal myopia.
It's a sad state of affairs.
Indeed, if America is ever to undergo any kind of spiritual transformation, the first step will have to be Christian citizens breaking free from their controllers in the media and learning to think -- and then act -- in closer accordance with biblical truth. Christian activists are trying to move the multitudes out of the churches and into the public square, trying to draw attention to the Church's critical responsibilities to heartily preach the gospel, defend religious freedom, and to promote righteousness, justice and the sanctity of life.
But before the Church can be unleashed, they must be unplugged.
Here, by the way, is an excellent review of some of these latest shenanigans committed by the media in the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman story.