February 17, 2012
Dubious things going on in the media world.
Buchanan Napolitano Colbert fired, suspended, threatened for being anti-war and pro-Ron Paul?
In the past 10 days:
- Pat Buchanan was sacked by MSNBC.
- Judge Napolitano’s show was canned by Fox.
- Stephen Colbert’s show was suspended.
It should be noted that Buchanan is stridently against the war racket, which is congruent with a major part of presidential candidate Ron Paul’s platform. Napolitano and Colbert, to differing degrees have very publicly and seriously endorsed Paul.
Also of note, Jon Stewart is a strong supporter of Ron Paul. Is his show next on the chopping block?
Then, yesterday, all Republican candidates except for Ron Paul declined CNN’s offer to appear in a debate. This would have been free national exposure for them. Why would these three candidates, two of whom are strapped for cash take a pass on such an opportunity?
Connecting the dots suggests that someone is going to a whole lot of trouble to keep Ron Paul’s message and the thoughts of his supporters off the mainstream airwaves.
It gives me chills.
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