RUSH: I want to go to the audio sound bites, ladies and gentlemen, to continue here with our discussion on the circumstances in Lebanon and in Israel. Last night, on the Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, a portion of a report by correspondent Nic Robertson…
ROBERTSON: Israelis said that they had bombed a site in the southern suburbs of Beirut last night with 23
RUSH: Right. Now, what do we have here? This is a Drive-By Media regurgitating propaganda of a
“Why, how can the US do this? They blow up a baby milk formula factory! How could this possibly be!”
The sign was obviously hand-painted. Wasn’t even a good graffiti artist that did it, and it was not even in the Iraqi language. It was just pathetic. So now,
He wrote a piece saying (summarized), “Well, yeah, we didn’t report a bunch of atrocities that we knew were going on in Iraq committed by Saddam because we needed our bureau here, and if we had been honest on what we had seen, reported what we had seen, we might have lost our position. We might have lost our ability to report from Iraq,” to which, everybody said, “What good are your reports if you’re
I think that was the beginning of the downfall for Mr. Jordan. He then went over to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, not long after and claimed he had evidence that US troops had
CURRY: This morning Hezbollah showed NBC News and other journalists the impact of Israel’s raids overnight on a residential area in Beirut’s southern suburbs, saying bombs struck here from midnight to four a.m. It would have been a massacre, but Hezbollah told us they knew to evacuate residents.
CURRY: This Hezbollah spokesman said the US and Israel have miscalculated Hezbollah’s capabilities.
RUSH: Well, what a bunch of great guys! What a bunch of great guys! Why, this could have been a bloodbath except Hezbollah knew to evacuate their people. Bush didn’t evacuate Americans!
See, these guys watch CNN and they know
“Yeah, CNN, they’ll fall for this,” I’m sure this Nasrallah guy is saying. So just a couple of examples here. The media, the Drive-By Media, remain behind the curve as to what a general consensus opinion that’s forming is.
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