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Even More Blatant Media Bias

We should all be wondering to whom this election belongs to: To the Media or The People?  Was there ever a time when the Media reported facts without inserting their own views or even reporting all the facts?  Note this video and how blatantly obvious it is that “Faux News” has placed a ban on Ron Paul.

This blatant disregard to mention Ron Paul taking Second Place in Nevada and leading people to believe that the contest was only between Romney, McCain and Huckabee has not escaped the eye of people in other nations as demonstrated by this article in the Telegraph (UK).

Even more dribble is spouted on “Faux News” when they actually declared that Romney had won all the delegates from Nevada.  CNN and the AP are also reporting this as a fact.  This is NOT TRUE.  “Faux News” is blatantly misleading, once again, in an attempt to sway the vote.  The truth is that no national delegates have been chosen or allocated for Nevada at the time of their reporting.  Lew Rockwell points to the obvious:

No national delegates have been chosen or allocated for Nevada. According to Tony Rosa, the nation’s leading authority on state primary rules:

As with Iowa, the Nevada GOP Precinct caucuses are electing delegates to the County Conventions. That is all. No national delegates are allocated in today’s caucuses. If the Nevada GOP were electing delegates to the national convention, they would have been penalized as were WY, NH, MI, SC, and FL. The March 5 county conventions will elect delegates to the April 26 state convention. Only then are the national convention delegates are elected.

Delegates elected today were unpledged. According to early reports, the Ron Paul delegate candidates did much better than the 13% received by Paul in the poll. In many precincts, Paul delegates WON OUTRIGHT MAJORITIES. The campaign is currently compiling precinct reports from around the state, but that may take a few days.  LewRockwell.com

Who does the election process belong to It appears that “Faux News” is not at all concerned about losing their license, which is possible according to law (see previous articles in this blog for more info).  The only way this will change is through activism on the part of the people.

There are some local stations that have no such ban on candidates.  One such station is Channel 15 of Ft. Wayne, In.  After watching this video a question comes to mind: Why are some of these people so unaware of a Presidential Candidate or his position on the issues?  Gee, could it be a lack of information from those they trust to keep them up to date?  Maybe the viewers of Channel 15 don’t have too worry as much as those that get their coverage from National News programs.

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January 21, 2008 - Posted by | End of America, Fraud, Freedom & Liberty, Media, Politics, Ron Paul

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