Is everyone as sick of our corrupt media as I am?
We have a real threat to our Republic. A society cannot survive with a free and honest press. America no longer has one. Nowadays the media serve as operatives for the democrat party and will do anything to further the agenda.
No doubt everyone has read Stacy Drake's excellent coverage of the attempt to smear Joe Miller in Alaska by the local. CBS News affiliate. If not, this is essential reading.
In the case of Miller, the CBS affiliate was caught discussing ways to create a story about child molesters, when no story existed. They also hoped to somehow stoke a violent outburst, such as what happened at a Rand Paul rally, in order to effect the out come of the election.
What is it with CBS anyway? This is the same bunch who destroyed their reputation by doing insane things like making up stories, complete with phony documents, about George W Bush's National Guard record, 60 days before the 2004 presidential election. This got both Dan Rather and his producer Mary Mapes kicked to the curb.
This is the same CBS that had hours and hours of tape on Sarah Palin, with Katy Couric, and cut and spliced it to fit the narrative CBS and their democrat masters wanted pushed.
This is the same CBS that frequently runs bogus push polls on Sarah Palin as well. Polls that do not match any other polling out there.
I think, at this point, we can say CBS is a corrupt new organization, and can never be trusted.
I tell ya though, all of this seems to pale by what's just happened in Delaware.
We all know Christine O'Donnell is in a tough battle to defeat Harry Reid's pet bearded Marxist, Chris Coons. She's been surging in the polls, and has closed the gap. Looking to take advantage of this huge momentum, Christine's campaign bought time on Delaware Channel 28, in order to air a really slick, well produced 30 minute infomercial. It was to air Sunday night and then Monday morning.
The spot never aired. The station's excuse? They blame O'Donnell, of course. What a joke these people are.
From the Washington Post:
Christine O'Donnell is taking a page from the playbook of Barack Obama. The Republican Senate candidate has produced a 30-minute television advertisement in the form of a documentary chronicling her connection with the people of Delaware.
But unlike Obama's ad at the end of the 2008 race, the tea party insurgent's campaign has run into obstacles getting it in front of voters before Election Day. The campaign did not purchase advance time on networks in the Philadelphia or Delaware markets, said a source close to the O'Donnell campaign, and the networks did not have time available to air the ad on such short notice.
So O'Donnell turned to a public access television station, Delaware Channel 28. She told supporters at a Tea Party Express rally on Sunday in Wilmington to watch that night at 11:30. "Tell everyone to tune in," she said at the rally.
"1 minute until the premiere of our 30 minute feature. Tune in to meet all the heart warming people I've met on the campaign trail. Ch. 28," O'Donnell tweeted Sunday night.
But the ad never aired.
A few minutes later, O'Donnell tweeted: "Okay... this is NOT our show! Must be a programming mix up. We will get back to you..."
The source, who spoke only on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive campaign operations, said the station "forgot to air it."
Then on Monday morning, O'Donnell's campaign issued a press release saying the ad would air on Channel 28 at 10 a.m. The candidate tweeted: "The Inspiring TV show about Delawareans will air at 10 aam and 3 pm today on Channel 28. Please watch this before you vote."
And again, it did not air.
"This isn't our show either! We are told channel 28 'forgot' to air it...both times... even though we paid for the time slot last week," O'Donnell tweeted shortly after 10 a.m.
For the station's part, again, they blame it all on Christine O’Donnell. Let's say their cock and bull story is true. That only holds true for Sunday night. Why wasn't this video ared on Monday morning as scheduled? The TV station's story just doesn't add up. Doesn't pass the laugh test. Read more here.
The ad is scheduled to air on Channel 28 twice each on Monday and Tuesday, at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., and that the campaign is negotiating on Monday for an airing on WBOC-TV, the Fox affiliate in the Delmarva Peninsula.
The left is facing historic losses in this country. The American people have absolutely rejected the democrat party and the Obama regime. With that said, these people will not go quietly into the night. They will throw everything they have at the Republicans. The media, of course, will be willing partners in all of this.
Here's the great video the O'Donnell campaign has put together. The best we can do is help make it go viral.
We the People of the First State from Friends of Christine O'Donnell on Vimeo.