The following screen capture shows the caption, “President’s Distorted Reality? Claims there is no more terrorism” while the subject of Barack Obama’s Cairo speech was being discussed on Fox & Friends. Of course, this is hardly honest, or factual.

Fox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy stated, “War on terror must be over. In fact, terrorism no longer a problem because the president never, not once, mentioned war on terror.” Semantics aside, President Obama did address, at length, the topic of violent extremism in his speech at Cairo University. Just because he didn’t repeat the terror, terrorist, terrorism mantra like Bush did, ad naseum, doesn’t mean the topic wasn’t addressed, or that “there is no more terrorism. ”

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2 Responses to “Fox News Lies About Obama’s Stance on Terrorism”

  1. Terror, Terror, Terror….oh what? Oh yea, terror.

    -GW Bush.

  2. There really is nothing wrong with calling it what it is…terror. And I think semantics are important. The whole split in views is whether you take a stance and call a spade a spade or whether you play the pc game trying not to offend anyone and in the process become about nothing.

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