Media Ignoring Veterans Call For Impeachment
I hope it will be the shot heard across the nation, if not around the world. If not now, when? If not standing with the veterans, with who? If not peacefully, then how?
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
(Editor’s Note: They may be battle worn and virtually media-ignored; some of them may need canes and walkers from the crippling wounds they suffered in serving their country to get there. Others on the march to the Washington Monument on 11.11.11 carry wounds and worries of the heart. They count on word of mouth in “openly calling for the American people to draw a final line in the sand and take a moral and righteous stand for the Constitutional Republic.” Their faith that America won’t be fundamentally transformed into a Socialist State is unflagging and they count on YOU to be there. From the frontlines comes this report from leader of The United States Patriot Union JB Williams:)
A handful of perpetual malcontents with their hand out make headline news in every newsroom in America for weeks on end. The 3% who want a free ride on taxpayers back can get coverage anytime they want from the Goebbels-like American media.
But where is the press coverage on a Declaration to Restore the Constitutional Republic issued by thousands of Military Veterans and millions of patriotic taxpayers across the country? I hear crickets…
Since the American press has become little more than a bull horn for the Obama administration and the International Left, I suppose it makes sense that thousands of Veterans calling for Obama’s impeachment would not be news worthy in the modern American newsroom. After all, the last time thousands of patriotic Americans stood up to the federal government with veterans at the helm, it turned into the first American Civil War. That’s not news worthy…
In fact, we have come to expect and even accept the reality that the American press is in the propaganda business, rather than the news business. Even FOX News, albeit “fair and balanced” – is no longer truthful or accurate in its reporting.