The whole idea behind this edit was to make it look as though Republican congressman Pete Sessions was claiming that giving food stamps to the poor meant you were giving food stamps to rapists and child molesters. In other words, poor people are criminals.
As you can see, though, what Sessions really said and meant was the exact opposite
Consider the daily lineup:
4 pm -Martin Bashir = Neil Cavuto
5 p.m. – Chris Matthews = Shepherd Smith
6 p.m. – Al Sharpton = Bret Baier
7 p.m. - with Chris Matthews = Shepherd Smith
8 p.m. – Chris Hayes = Bill O'Reilly
9 p.m. -Rachel Maddow = Sean Hannity (actually the only true parallel)
10 p.m.- Flamingo O'Donnell = Greta Van Susteren
Seriously ? You HONESTLY can't discern the difference?
MSNBC does it again,selectively edits video, lies, all 337 viewers yawn..
No doubt because the EVIL REPUBLICANS cut off critical yawn-death funding.
The Fox/MSNBC comparison is bogus. MSNBC is in a league of their own. They are a full-time, full-blown propaganda machine for the left, so this kind of thing is their M.O.
Everyone with a brain knows they are either corrupt or inept, and for thinking people it's not really debatable
quote:Link? Or are you just stating an opinion?
This view is only supported by this board and Fox viewers
quote:Fox News is biased, no question. I've said so 100 times on this board.
Everyone with a brain knows they are either corrupt or inept, and for thinking people it's not really debatable.
Sure, Fox could never selectively edit their videos.
"But they did it too!" has become a common defense, it seems.