‘The Today Show’ certainly doesn’t make these kinds of statements, and I think the danger is if what Fox is propagating out there becomes embraced by media.”
David Plouffe, former Obama campaign manager
This was an indictment of Fox News and their dastardly habit of reporting the truth about the Obama administration.
This was the preceding sentence in his statement:
“The fact that they’re out there reporting that health care is going to cost a trillion-and-a-half dollars, the president is at war with the CIA, the president must not be serious about terrorism – they’re just out there,”
You have to love when the left gives us this kind of insight into the bias of the fringe media.
What Mr Plouffe is admitting, without saying so, is that Fox is reporting what other networks will not. What is most telling about these types of statements is that the person making them never seems to back themselves up with why Fox is wrong.
For instance, read the second quote above again. Which of these things Fox is reporting, according to Mr Plouffe, are actually false?
One could argue about how much health care reform is going to cost but they could not argue with any credibility at all that it will cost less than a trillion dollars.
President Obama, his staff, and key members of Congress are at war with the CIA.
Finally, has anyone reading this post seen any indication yet that Obama is serious about terrorism?
So Obama apologists like Mr Plouffe simply say Fox is wrong, they're anti-Obama, or, to borrow his phraseology, they are "out there". No reason as to why, no proof that Fox is wrong, no explanation, just 'they're wrong'
Why do they do this? Because they can. These types of statements are allowed to stand in the fringe media without any proof.
Truth doesn't matter to them. Neither the truth about Fox New's supposed bias or the truth about the Obama administration.