Media Bias or a Concerted Effort to Deceive – The UC Berkley Media Swindle

November 27, 2011 in Media Bias

Folks, Get ready for the largest propagandas push in the history of our nation. Almost all of our local and national, mostly Socialist, media outlets are already setting the stage for the 2012 elections. Not only will they reinforce propaganda emanating from friendly government sources but they will also creatively add their own misinformation. They will also gang together to denigrate institutions like our police and military by casting them as villains. Now is the time that you need to fulfill President Ronald Regan’s admonishment, “Trust but verify.”

What follows is just one  example of the media’s attempt to misrepresent the facts on an “… entire confrontation with the police [that] was staged for the benefit of the media, …”

Rather than being victims of police brutality, a new video shows that Occupiers at UC Davis knew they were going to be pepper sprayed and didn’t mind it. Indeed, the new video evidence indicates that the entire confrontation with the police was staged for the benefit of the media, which took the bait and ran with it, making police out to be cruel and heartless villains. The new video evidence demonstrates that the police had not only warned the protesters in advance about what was going to happen but one demonstrator says to the police, “You’re shooting us?” and, after getting an affirmative answer, replies, “That’s fine.” Another tells her comrades, “Keep your eyes closed.” Several are seen covering their faces.

On his NBC Nightly News broadcast, NBC’s Brian Williams had called the lawbreakers “kids” and implied that parents should be outraged over their treatment. There is no evidence, however, that these “kids” being sprayed on the sidewalk were all students. Chancellor Katehi said in a statement that non-students had been active on campus and part of the protests. Indeed, these non-students were undoubtedly the organizers of the affair.