Can you really say that you are surprised?
From a new blog that I discovered in our comments Blue Linchpin.
Check out their good explanation under the video:
Great info below the cut:
via Blue Linchpin
As if Faux News wasn’t already winning the battle against intelligence and filling it’s viewers minds with hate, lies and bias, now Faux News is stepping it up a notch by trying to subliminally endorse John McCain. I wonder how much he paid them for this new campaign tactic, or did they decide to do it for free?
Now, the idea of a news station attempting to subliminally message its viewers is a scary, uncomfortable and hard to believe idea. Just as scary, uncomfortable and hard to believe as our government lying to us about the war in Iraq. If it were any other news station, I’d have some serious doubts that they were actually trying to brainwash anyone. But honestly, it’s Faux News. They’ve already made smug racist comments about Obama, insulted his wife continuously, and thrown every other kind of bullshit at you that they can. Is anyone surprised that they would do this?
What I’m surprised about is that this video was posted in May and it has received little to no attention from the liberal/anti-McCain blogosphere, as far as I can see. Make sure everyone sees this! I’ll be sending Fox News some letters that will be ignored, as well as sending some other letters. I suggest you do the same. Here are some people you can contact about this outright violation of human rights–if brainwashing by a major news network is allowed to go unchecked, then I fear this year is the year our freedom ends.
Contact the FCC, your senators and representatives, and all of your friends–do not let this fade into obscurity. I refuse to. This was an outright attack on our freedom of thought, and it is a big deal. At the very least, it needs to be investigated.
I hereby declare war on Fox News. I’ve had enough. I don’t care who you support, this is just plain wrong.
P.S., here are the email addresses of the FCC guys in charge: KJMWEB@fcc.gov, Michael.Copps@fcc.gov, Jonathan.Adelstein@fcc.gov, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org