Saturday, February 12, 2011

Faux News is Pathetic. They Function as Flase Flag Operation to Herd Sheep

Today the results of the Conservative Political Action Committee straw poll was announced. While the event has taken some hits of late for their inclusion of the homosexual activists group GOProud, they are still the biggest conservative political event of the season.

The thing is, Ron Paul was going to win the CPAC straw poll, and FAUX News knew it. Their solution? Saturate the airways with their own poll, that did not even mention Ron Paul as one of the options. Their "FAUX" poll was also structured so as to make each candidate's support look as large as possible. Instead of asking "Who do you support for President", they asked "Who do you think would make a good President?" and then started listing names. The total for the poll was 231%, because many respondents thought more than one person on the list would "make a good President."

Mitt Romney was at the top of their loaded poll which left Ron Paul off the list. Meanwhile, Paul was busy beating Romney at CPAC 30% to 23% percent. Paul was the winner at CPAC, but FAUX does not want the sheeple to pay any attention to someone who is a real threat to the crooked system that is robbing the middle class and turning our children into debt slaves.

FAUX news is a false flag operation designed to herd people away from candidates who will really represent their interests. The top owner of FAUX is an Australian with significant business interests in Communist China and whose second biggest individual owner is a Muslim and Saudi Prince. Who are they to tell Americans who their acceptable choices for President are?

5 Comments:

Anonymous Rick said...

It just shows that all media have an agenda. I have grown to like Dr. Paul over the last couple years and believe he is an alternative to the same two political party's that have run this country into the ground. I do question however his electability.

5:48 AM, February 13, 2011  
Blogger Linton said...

FOX has always treated Ron Paul like trash. I'll admit that the CPAC results are going to inevitably be skewed because Ron Paul supporters are disproportionately in force there.

But that doesn't justify manufacturing news vs. reporting it. The news story, regardless of why it turns out the way it does, should be the result of the poll.

Of all the news networks, FOX always treated Ron Paul and his supporters the worst. Of course the others only gave him more coverage because of his anti-war views.

7:42 AM, February 13, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mark, will religion take romney out again?

4:29 PM, February 13, 2011  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

Did it the first time? I think it helped him as much as it hurt him. He and Ron Paul were the only two with a motivated national base. Paul because of issues, Romney because of religion.

His policies hurt him. Those who wanted a liberal Republican had McCain to vote for. Without a McCain, he will have the establishment types, liberal Republicans, and of course his Mormon base. If the conservative field is divided again, Romney will get the nomination.

4:49 PM, February 13, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dont think so. the morman base is no larger than the jewish base. they are just better organized and motivated. Just not large enough.
i think the Baptists will keep him
out.

6:31 PM, February 17, 2011  

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