Friday, August 31, 2012

"Will 'Fast and Furious' Show That Cover-ups Work?"

"As talk show host and former CNN correspondent Chris Plante puts it, the media’s greatest power is the power to ignore. So far, the media, with a few exceptions, have barely mentioned a jaw-dropping scandal that could have crippled the Obama administration. If only people knew..."


Dave said...

There need to be a few people in the audience of the presidential debates, ready to shout "What about Fast and Furious?" at opportune times.

Anonymous said...

They don't just ignore, they manage information presentation and consumption. In other words they propagandise and indoctrinate and call it "news."

There are no differences between them and the Soviets.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 9:48 AM pretty well nailed it but I'll go even futher - the 'main'stream media is not only manage the information, they are actively going out of their way to assist (with)holder and his cronies and enablers in both covering up what really happened with Fast & Furious; they are creating false flag versions of the operations as well as trying to sell the gullible a bill of goods (it's just a republican witch hunt etc).

Anonymous said...

Hell this is America !,if you are caught red handed doing the " right " person's dirty work you can get away with anything.

Justthisguy said...

There ar no visible comments at highlandnews, at least with my browser. The requirements to log in there to comment are right burdensome and insulting.

There is something wrong with anybody who demands so much personal information from somebody just seeking to leave a comment on his blog.

Anonymous said...

What is 'Fast and Furious' ??


PS: It is known to the ends of the Earth - why not in the US of A?