Bill Whittle: It’s called journalism!

Nuff said. Watch the video.


7 replies
  1. stinkfoot
    stinkfoot says:

    Watched it.? Basically it points out what I’ve long suspected about the so-called press and news media.? There are numerous reasons that my one television set remains in storage and the fact that if functioning and delivering the contents of a cable or satellite subscription, it would be carrying the content delivered by criminals mislabeled as journalists is one of them.? that these thugs did all they could to railroad Zimmerman into a kangaroo court conviction is sad but the fact that he was acquitted has preserved the tiniest bits of faith in humanity in me.? These are very scary times.

  2. bien-pensant
    bien-pensant says:

    Yes! I and many others would welcome a “justice department” probe of Mr. Zimmerman and Mr, Martin. The content of their character would be (maybe) exposed. Martin’s own history, texts and pics would reveal to some people that he was violent, criminal, drug-involved and predatory. He was living large as the hip-hop culture defines it.
    With absolute certainty, the main media outlets have sought to vilify Zimmerman and glorify Martin. They still are. Facts contrary to that narrative are inconsequential to them. For the democrats and Obama, the narrative has to be carefully crafted that a “poor black child was gunned down by a vile white man.” No further inquiry is allowed. The sad story has to fit the “guns are evil” agenda and the ever present back beat that all white people are racists.
    In this war the leftists are continually waging against any perceived opposition, truth and facts are the first causalities. The story the media, leftists, democrats and Obama want everyone to understand and remember is: if there was no gun, Martin would be alive. Zimmerman would still be cast as evil.
    Who is the racist here?

    • stinkfoot
      stinkfoot says:

      If there was no gun Martin would indeed be alive but Zimmerman would be dead and the whole thing would not have caught any national attention.? The government is at war against the population and its weapon of choice is propaganda.? Sadly the media has sided with the enemy of the people.? The first thing folks need to begin doing is shutting off their televisions.? Unfortunately it would be easier to get a thousand heroin addicts to successfully go clean for a year.

      • bien-pensant
        bien-pensant says:

        Done dude. Shut the cable off in 2008. DO NOT miss the droning drivel.
        This whole sad Zimmerman/Martin travesty is episode has been latched upon by the media. To keep attention off of, what? Benghazi, IRS scandals, etc, etc?
        That only helps the regime of Obama. Sick.
        I am Zimmed out. The jury ruled. I can only say, “YO! Obama! The jury acquitted Zimmerman. Deal with it. Call off your DOJ dogs. Tell the MSM to take a holiday and chill with the Z/M interest. Done, dude. How about being presidential, instead of being topical, black and political?”

  3. Zipedeedoo
    Zipedeedoo says:

    Here’s another good article of the evidence that was presented at the trial.
    Complete with maps and location of both men and the paths/movements they made along with dialog each man was having with police or friend at the time. These are the facts, not what some want to believe happened that night. I wish this would go away already. We should be focusing on the IRS and Benghazzi. But isn’t this why the media has this in our faces but to distract from the important things?

    • Steve McGough
      Steve McGough says:

      I’m going to call out your provided link as not credible. The author uses a specific quote in there that was NOT in the 911 transcript.

      The operator said, ?Can you get to somewhere that you can see him?? Zimmerman said that he could, so he backed out of the clubhouse and turned right onto Twin Trees.

      That was never said by the 911 dispatcher. I’m not certain how truthful the rest of that blog post is, but it lost all credibility because of that quote in my opinion.

      This was your first comment here, so don’t take this the wrong way … I just needed to point out that quote is totally false.

  4. Gary J
    Gary J says:

    So where is the standard media on these facts? not for the trial fut for the aftershock stories that followed after the trial and the protests.

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