MSNBC Security Assaults Alex Jones, Destroys Equipment

MSNBC Security Assaults Alex Jones, Destroys Equipment


Truth Movement takes over Chris Matthews at DNC

Truth Movement takes over Chris Matthews at DNC

9/11 Truthers march in Denver

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White House caught providing ’talking points’ to Fox News

White House caught violating anti-propaganda laws, provided ’talking points’ to Fox News

Blue Tidalwave
July 29, 2008

Last week former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan appeared on MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” and said the White House distributed “talking points” to friendly Fox journalists.

McClellan’s confirmation of an operation inside the White House of providing comprehensive talking points to Fox News and other Conservative talk show personalities to manipulate the media and control the message regarding the Iraq War and the “war on terror” is a violation of anti-propaganda laws. By law the government sources must be disclosed by the reporting news outlets.

Yesterday a report prepared by the Justice Department’s inspector general and its internal ethics office found that a few aides to Alberto Gonzales and White House officials were actively involved in hiring decisions for non political positions at the DOJ. Being a loyal Republican was the main criteria for being hired, not education or experience.

Read Full Article Here


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Ron Paul compared to a Terrorist on National Television

Ron Paul compared to a Terrorist on National Television
MSNBC Hack Describes Ron Paul As “The Al Qaeda Wing Of The Republican Party”

Steve Watson
January 18, 2008

MSNBC correspondent David Shuster today compared Ron Paul to a terrorist on live television commenting that the presidential candidate represents “the Al Qaeda wing of the Republican party”.

Shuster, a regular on Hardball with Chris Matthews and other MSNBC programs was responding to comments Matthews himself had made during an appearance on the Jay Leno show.

Matthews stated that the GOP candidates could be compared to tribal factions in Iraq, commenting that that that Mike Huckabee and Fred Thompson are like “the fanatics, the Shia wing” while Rudy Giuliani and John McCain are “the more moderate Sunnis”, with Romney as “the Kurd”.

To describe Rudy Giuliani as “more moderate” is a joke in itself but that is beside the point.

When this exchange was reviewed this morning on MSNBC with Joe Scarborough, Shuster waded in and blurted out “I think it’s a great analogy, I mean Ron Paul is the Al Qaeda wing of the Republican party”. Shuster then began to smirk and laugh as the two anchors attempted to wriggle their way out of the situation.

So there you have it, the mainstream media, in the form of GE owned MSNBC, literally saying Ron Paul is Al Qaeda.

Shuster goes even further than Glenn Beck did last November when he declared Ron Paul’s supporters to be terrorists. Beck and CNN were flooded with complaints, will this happen to MSNBC? (click here to politely complain and demand a retraction)

Despite the fact that Ron Paul is the only GOP candidate who advocates a complete withdrawal from Iraq, despite the fact that Ron Paul is the only candidate advancing a humble foreign policy, despite the fact that Ron Paul is the only candidate to denounce the concept of preemptive war, he is somehow compared to terrorists.

At the core of Ron Paul’s message lies the unimpeded freedom of the individual in America, the very aspect of life we are told on a daily basis by the same mainstream media is the reason “Al Qaeda” wants to kill us all.

Never mind, Ron Paul is Al Qaeda, just accept it. The sad thing is many people listening to Shuster’s idiocy will.

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Fox Accuses Ron Paul Campaign Of Using Botnets

Fox Accuses Ron Paul Campaign Of Using Botnets

Kurt Nimmo
Truth News
November 1, 2007

“Ron Paul supporters may be using e-mail spam and dirty tricks to gin up support for their presidential candidate on the Internet,” Fox News claims, and then drags out an expert to pour on the slime.

“This is clearly a criminal act in support of a campaign, which has been committed with or without [its] knowledge,” University of Alabama at Birmingham computer-forensics expert Gary Warner told Wired News. “Warner says his lab traced the e-mails back to servers in Asia, Africa, South America and Europe—signifying that whoever sent them may have used a botnet, or world-wide network of hijacked computers, to pump out massive volumes of e-mail.”

Of course, it is entirely possible over zealous Paul supporters are guilty of such tactics. As well, it is possible a neocon or “conservative” operative is guilty of attempting to heap dirt on the Ron Paul campaign, although Fox does not bother to reach this conclusion. No wonder they are considered “fair and balanced.”

“Ron Paul spokesman Jesse Benton says the campaign has no knowledge of the scam. Warner himself says that he has no reason to believe that the Paul campaign had anything to do with these messages,” adds Wired News. “Some participants in the online political world have long suspected Paul’s technically sophisticated fan base of manipulating online tools and polls to boost the appearance of a wide base of support. But the UAB analysis is the first to document any internet shenanigans.”

Of course, any such “shenanigans”—real, imagined, or conducted by dirty tricksters tasked with taking out the libertarian candidate—pale in comparison to the concerted corporate media and big political machine effort to ignore Paul and lock him out of the election process.

“The finding is significant, because Paul’s online support—as gauged by blog mentions, friends on social-networking sites such as MySpace and popularity in online polls—has garnered him wide mainstream print and television coverage, despite his relatively poor performance in offline polling,” Wired continues.

Naturally, Ron Paul’s grassroots and ingenious viral campaign irks the heck out of his opponents because it is not a dog and pony show controlled by transnational “news” and “entertainment” corporations, determined to shove Bilderberg Hillary or Rudy the mob boss stand-in down the throats of voting Americans.

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Bush: Iran Missiles Could Strike U.S. By 2015

Bush: Iran Missiles Could Strike U.S. By 2015

October 23, 2007

WASHINGTON – President Bush said Tuesday that plans for a U.S.-led missle defense system in Europe are urgently needed to counter an emerging threat of attack by Iran.

“If (Iran) chooses to do so, and the international community does not take steps to prevent it, it is possible Iran could have this capability,” Bush said. “And we need to take it seriously — now.”

Bush’s latest warning about Iran’s nuclear ambitions came in a broad defense of his security policies at the National Defense University. He said intelligence estimates show that Iran could have the capability to strike the United States and many European allies by 2015.

“The need for missile defense in Europe is real, and I believe it’s urgent,” Bush said.


AEI’s Muravchik: ‘I Don’t Mind If We Bomb Iran Next Month Or The Month After’

Think Progress
October 23, 2007

AEI scholar Joshua Muravchik has consistently pushed for war with Iran. In Nov. 2006, for example, Muravchik wrote an LA Times op-ed called simply, “Bomb Iran.” But as his appearance on MSNBC’s Hardball yesterday demonstrated, Muravchik’s calls for war with Iran aren’t based on any real evidence.

When host Chris Matthews asked how long it will take the Iranians to develop a nuclear weapon “that could be transported by a terrorist group,” Muravchik admitted he didn’t “know how long it will take them.” Muravchik’s comments came on the same day that IAEA head Mohamed ElBaradei confirmed that it would take Iran three to eight years to build a nuclear weapon.

Nevertheless, Muravchik added, “I don’t mind if we bomb next month or the month after. I think we have to do it sometime in a short time frame.” Matthews then suggested that the real reason Muravchik is pushing for war so soon is not because of national security imperatives, but because Bush is the most likely president to follow through:

I respect you coming on and you’re a logical thinker. Let’s go to the logic of this. The one reason to bomb them now is you don’t trust the incoming presidency, the next president of the United States to do it. So you say let’s get Bush to do it. He’s the most likely guy to do it.

Watch it:

In the past, Muravchick has made clear that he wants war with Iran to happen before the 2008 elections. “Make no mistake, President Bush will need to bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities before leaving office,” he wrote in late 2006.

Muravchik has pushed for a targeted air strike because it “would not end Iran’s weapons program, but it would certainly delay it.” Yet as a recent study by the British-based Oxford Research Group reports, military strikes on Iran “could accelerate rather than halt Tehran’s production of atomic weapons.”

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Ron Paul in the Fox Florida Debate
October 24, 2007, 11:16 am
Filed under: Censorship, florida, Fox News, GOP, Hardball, Republican Debate, republican primaries, Ron Paul

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Ron Paul at the CNBC Economy Debate

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Matthews says Bush Admin. has “finally been caught in their criminality”

Matthews says Bush administration has “finally been caught in their criminality”

October 4, 2007

Chris Matthews had barely finished praising his colleagues at the 10th anniversary party for his “Hardball” show Thursday night in Washington, D.C. when his remarks turned political and pointed, even suggesting that the Bush administration had “finally been caught in their criminality.”

In front of an audience that included such notables as Alan Greenspan, Rep. Patrick Kennedy and Sen. Ted Kennedy, Matthews began his remarks by declaring that he wanted to “make some news” and he certainly didn’t disappoint. After praising the drafters of the First Amendment for allowing him to make a living, he outlined what he said was the fundamental difference between the Bush and Clinton administrations.

The Clinton camp, he said, never put pressure on his bosses to silence him.

“Not so this crowd,” he added, explaining that Bush White House officials — especially those from Vice President Cheney‘s office — called MSNBC brass to complain about the content of his show and attempted to influence its editorial content. “They will not silence me!” Matthews declared.

“They’ve finally been caught in their criminality,” Matthews continued, although he did not specify the exact criminal behavior to which he referred. He then drew an obvious Bush-Nixon parallel by saying, “Spiro Agnew was not an American hero.”

Matthews left the throng of Washington A-listers with a parting shot at Cheney: “God help us if we had Cheney during the Cuban missile crisis. We’d all be under a parking lot.”

Following his remarks, a few network insiders and party goers wondered what kind of effect Matthews’ sharp criticism of the White House would have on Tuesday’s Republican debate in Dearborn, Michigan, which Matthews co-moderates alongside CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo.

“I find it hard to believe that Republican candidates will feel as if they’re being given a fair shot at Tuesday’s debate given the partisan pot-shots lobbed by Matthews this evening,” said one attendee.

When reached, the White House declined to comment and NBC refused requests to release video of the event. The event included such NBC/MSNBC brass as NBC Senior Vice President Phil Griffin (the former “Hardball” executive producer called “Hardball” the “best show on cable television”), “Meet the Press” host Tim Russert, “Today” show executive producer Jim Bell, NBC News Specials Executive Producer Phil Alongi, “Meet the Press” Executive Producer Betsy Fischer, NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell, MSNBC Vice President Tammy Haddad, “Hardball” correspondent David Shuster and Vice President for MSNBC Prime-Time Programming Bill Wolff.

On a side note: Matthews was overheard discussing his Tuesday appearance on “The Daily Show,” which featured a heated exchange with host Jon Stewart. According to one source, Matthews was steadfast in his belief that the debate left Stewart crestfallen, and Matthews victorious.


Ex-CIA Director Hints at Iraq War One Day After 9/11
August 17, 2007, 9:48 am
Filed under: 9/11, Draft, Hardball, Iraq, James Woolsey, military base, PNAC, Troops

White House Ally & Ex-CIA Director Hints At Iraq War & Occupation One Day After 9/11

Former CIA director and ‘Project For A New American Century’ member James Woolsey suggests a war with and occupation of Iraq within 24 hours of the 9/11 attacks.

The ‘Project For A New American Century’ one year earlier had cited the need for ‘a new Pearl Harbor’ in order to implement the growth of the U.S. military and its eventual penetration into the oil rich middle east.

Perhaps not coincidentally, 2 years after 9/11, the U.S. waged war with Iraq and 4 years after the start of this war the U.S. now militarily occupies Iraq.

Hardball: Pro-war vet says we invaded Iraq because we needed it as a base

Raw Story
August 16, 2007

Chris Matthews presented a debate Tuesday over reviving the draft between conservative Iraq War veteran Mark Finelli and veteran John Bruhns of Americans Against Escalation in Iraq.

Finelli started off by arguing that the war effort has been poorly planned and poorly equipped because the “elite of this country don’t have a vested personal interest in winning the war.” He stated his belief that if the middle class was subject to a draft, the excuse that “we don’t have enough money” for proper equipment would no longer be heard.

“George Bush took us into war on a fallacy,” Bruhns began. “He took us in there under-equipped — I totally agree with Mark on that — under-manned, no plan to win the peace. He managed the war with utter incompetence.” However, when asked if a draft might bring a quick end to the war, Bruhns replied, “Over 70% of the American people are against this war. I could not endorse trying to force people to go over and fight George Bush’s war against their will.”

“The reason why 70% of the American public is against the war is because we’re not winning decisively,” insisted Finelli. In seeming contradiction to his earlier argument in favor of a draft, he added, “The surge is working, and I could tell America this: If you don’t want a draft, let us finish the job there. … If we leave Iraq, the next terrorist attack in this country is going to be far more devastating than September 11th ever was.”

Bruhns pointed out that even Secretary of Defense Gates recently said that “the purpose of the surge was so that we could have a political reconciliation,” but that now seems “almost impossible.”

“What does victory look like?” Matthews then asked, setting off an extraordinary interchange between him and Finelli.

“After September 11th, we did have 20,000 troops in Saudi Arabia; we were asked to leave,” Finelli said. “Essentially, bin Laden was restoring the caliphate. He’s dictating to the American people where our troops can and cannot be. Operation Iraqi Freedom is essentially about that. So victory essentially is maintaining our geopolitical …”

“You mean we needed a country to base our troops in so we took over Iraq?” asked Matthews.

“Essentially, yes,” agreed Finelli.

“That’s a pretty frightening admission on the part of a warhawk!” exclaimed Matthews. “We went there because we wanted a country we could use as a base in a very imperial way!”

“I’m not going to debate that — but zero terrorist attacks in the country for five years,” said Finelli. “Zero. And this is a major reason why.”

Matthews then referred to a new CBS poll which showed that Americans “three to one, roughly, believe the more we fight in Iraq, the more terrorists we create. … There’s very few countries in that part of the world we don’t control. Can’t you imagine, from their perspective … don’t they see us coming?”

“They were coming after us anyway,” said Finelli.

“Who’s they?” asked Matthews, pointing out that the 9/11 hijackers all came from countries that are our allies, but “now we go attack the one country that they didn’t come from.”

Asked to offer a final observation, Bruhns said earnestly, “Chris, we’ve got to end this war. We’ve got to find a way out. … I want to bring our troops home.” However, Finelli couldn’t resist jumping in to get the last word, saying, “a draft is inevitable if you run.”

The following video is from MSNBC’s Hardball, broadcast on August 14.

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Chris Matthews Loves Ron Paul
August 13, 2007, 11:33 am
Filed under: 2008 Election, Hardball, Iowa Straw Poll, Ron Paul

Chris Matthews Loves Ron Paul

Ron Paul Supporter Parade


MSNBC Deletes Ron Paul’s Votes
August 10, 2007, 10:51 am
Filed under: 2008 Election, election fraud, fixed poll, Hardball, Ron Paul

MSNBC Deletes Ron Paul’s Votes
MSNBC’s Hardball Ad Challenge fixed! Ron Paul’s votes reset or switched from +3,000 votes to the very bottom

MSNBC’s show Hardball put out a contest for the upcoming Presidential election. They had viewers make promotional videos for each candidate & a poll for people to vote on which video they liked the best. The one that got the most votes was to be aired on Hardball, a major cable television show during primetime hours to millions of viewers which is extremely valuable free advertising. The videos that were made for Ron Paul had gotten the most votes and were ranked number one & number two, the number one having over 3000 votes. Earlier today, either due to a glitch or an intended conspiracy on MSNBC’s part, all of Ron Paul votes have been transfered to other candidates & Barack Obama’s video has his 3000+ votes. If you had voted for Ron Paul’s winning video prior to today your vote is now recorded as being for Obama.

The best way to handle this situation is to both contact MSNBC & notify them of their either accidental or deliberate mistake & demand that the 3000+ votes for Ron Paul’s video be returned to him, as well as to vote once again for both Ron Paul’s videos, & to get the word out to everyone you know who is a Ron Paul supporter to do both as well & spread the word on to others that they know. We don’t have much time as I’ve heard that the contest is ending in a day, & Paul is now down by over 2500 votes even though they were all casted for him. Contacting MSNBC is necessary because it will at the least potentially have the effect of preventing them from stealing Paul’s votes again if this has been a deliberate effort of cheating by those in the mainstream media who do not want Ron Paul to be successful, and at best it will have the effect of forcing MSNBC to correct this & return the votes to Ron Paul. But we should also not give up on the poll just because this has happened, & with the combined effort of contacting & complaining to MSNBC as a safeguard we should all vote for both Ron’s videos again & spread the word to do so. With a huge effort we can potentially take back this contest & get the Ron Paul promotional video played on mainstream primetime television.

Here is the link to the poll:

And these are the contacts for MSNBC & Hardball. For your message to be most effective be assertive but not overly profane:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Here are some more contacts for MSNBC, there may be some duplicates in here but these include phonelines:

MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC Programming Executive Producer Marc Rosenwasser (212) 664-3880 (201) 583-5512
MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC Media Relations Contact Alana Russo (201) 583-5013 (201) 583-5453
MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC President Neal Shapiro (212) 664-4444 (201) 583-5453
MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC Media Relations Director Paulette Song (201) 583-5010 (201) 583-5453
MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC President Erik Sorenson (201) 583-5050 (201) 583-5453
MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC Advertising Sales Senior Vice President Susan Epstein Sosnay (201) 583-5000 (201) 583-5453
MSNBC/Microsoft-NBC Operations Director Mel Weidner (201) 583-5000 (201) 583-5453

UPDATE: The votes have returned to their rightful owners, please stop emailing them as our voice was heard loud and clear.