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Media Matters Handbook
« on: April 21, 2017, 05:38:43 PM »
I am guessing that some here haven't had a chance to read this?

Interesting just doesn't cover it! :ohmy:




http://www.jimstone.is/mediawar/2.html
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Re: Media Matters Handbook
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2017, 06:31:44 PM »


"Hillary Clinton is one of the most ethical (and lied about) political leaders in America"
What a claim - but, why were her negatives SKYHIGH...?    I got to page 36, and my neck was getting tired from shaking my head.
The claims they make, demonstrate how out-of-touch the Progressives are with main stream Americans - no wonder why Trump rose so easily in the polls...

the booklet reads like a Democrat fund-raiser, making minor and insignificant 'accomplishments' sound like they climbed Mt. Everest and planted a planted a palm tree.   What's really sad - I used to believe that stuff...!

Oh, goodie - this is what we can expect, nothing factual, just emotional triggers.  Now that you know what's coming, just >yawn< at your TV & social media.



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My take-away.   Media Matters will continue the politics of division, as Obama did.   There are too many other news outlets for them to compete with, and as long as contributers waste their hard earned dollars supporting Media Matters - they'll be around like a yapping dog, eventually wearing our their welcome by crying "wolf" at political shadows.
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Re: Media Matters Handbook
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2017, 07:27:29 PM »
How is Media Matters/Shareblue any different from
CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, NYT, WashPost, etc.?

Looks like all Media Matters has done is
copy/recreate the left's existing playbook.
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Re: Media Matters Handbook
« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2017, 07:30:08 PM »
Worked well last November.
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Re: Media Matters Handbook
« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2017, 03:26:51 AM »
Worked well last November.

That and the globally beloved candidate they ran. The wife of old what's-his-name, Bubba Dropdrawers.

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Re: Media Matters Handbook
« Reply #5 on: April 22, 2017, 05:18:31 AM »
I took particular interest in their database of recorded conversations (like radio) and video - both searchable on demand.
If this is going to become the latest Democrat clearing house, it could get interesting.  Recently I heard the Soros Group started installing high speed links to network hubs in the DC area... not the stuff an average business uses, or broadcaster, data-center capacity links, big and expensive.   I'm guessing what the purpose is, probably for real time video capture & retrieval - they want to become THE Democrat clearing house, I suspect.


Since I usually enjoy NOVA - those science programs, sponsored by the DAVID KOCH FOUNDATION, naturally... I'd be against Media Matters, who brags about bitch-slapping the Koch Bros around, (ohhh... those evil capitalists, their against everything educational).   Yep, next time you watch a NOVA video, it'll probably say something like, "Major funding for NOVA provided by the David Koch Foundation for the Advancement of Science..."   

Perfectly logical, easy to make the connection:  Media Matters is against the Koch's, therefore they are against NOVA, and against Science and Education.   Always make a point to point that out to your kids, PBS programs like NOVA might not exist without the generosity of Capitalism, and wonderful, generous donors like the Koch Brothers (whom Media Matters irrationally HATES).  Also point out, the Koch Brothers, gainfully employ thousands of people with good paying jobs, they ought to be able to fund whomever they wish - but Media Matters wants to silence their (and our) First Amendment right of free speech in the public square.

Media Matters is probably funded by anti-American-constitutional globalists like George Soros "types" who curiously made a pile of money gambling in the stock market against the English Pound, while the rest of us "worked real jobs".
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Re: Media Matters Handbook
« Reply #6 on: April 22, 2017, 04:10:43 PM »
media matters is funded by George Soros

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Re: Media Matters Handbook
« Reply #7 on: April 22, 2017, 07:30:20 PM »
Perfectly logical, easy to make the connection:  Media Matters is against the Koch's, therefore they are against NOVA, and against Science and Education.   Always make a point to point that out to your kids, PBS programs like NOVA might not exist without the generosity of Capitalism, and wonderful, generous donors like the Koch Brothers (whom Media Matters irrationally HATES).  Also point out, the Koch Brothers, gainfully employ thousands of people with good paying jobs, they ought to be able to fund whomever they wish - but Media Matters wants to silence their (and our) First Amendment right of free speech in the public square.

I did some digging a few years ago.  What I found was that
the people who attend the Koch group meetings
(held in January and August each year
to discuss political strategy
and donate to supporters of their favored candidates)
most of those people own privately held companies
(stock is not publicly traded)
most of whose operations are in the USA.

Compare this to the Wall Street fat cats
who support the Democrats and RINOs:
They hold the top positions in global corporations
most of which are based in NYC
and most of whom are closing U.S. operations
and sending the jobs overseas.
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