Thursday, October 28, 2004


The MSM is Getting Desperate

With the missing weapons scandal, the mainstream media is pulling out all stops to get John Kerry into the White House.

AP ran a piece on how the IAEA warned the United States about the explosives at Al Qaqaa.

In the same vein, the New York Times ran a piece on how Al Qaqaa was looted shortly after the arrival of U.S. troops.

However, Ken Dixon, a former G.I. with the 101st Airborne Division, and one of the first Americans on the scene said there was no way there were 380 tons of weapons in Al Qaqaa.

The Washington Times reports of evidence that Russia may have helped moved the weapons out of Iraq and into Syria

Quite frankly, I would take the word of an American soldier over that of a New York Times writer any day.

On another note, ABC News has a video of a terrorist threat against the U.S. which they want to ensure is authentic. Somehow I think that if this was something helpful to Kerry, they would air the tape in two seconds. But they're taking a wait and see approach:

Ross and other ABC staffers say they believe that a Bush administration official leaked the story to Internet gossip Matt Drudge as a way of pressuring the network into airing the tape, which would heighten concerns about terrorism in the final week of the president's reelection campaign. They note that whoever gave the information to Drudge had a transcript of the tape

And finally, seems to be the only media outlet reporting the discovery of a third communist document linking John Kerry and his anti-war activities to Hanoi.

Go figure.


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