Here is a clip from Countdown on msnbc discussing Fox News’ obsession with what FNC personalities are calling “indoctrination” of our youth. The video shows singing children from February (Black History Month), seven months ago! Keep in mind that the children brought home notices and no outrage was shown before, during, or after, until now, seven months later from Fox News. Then, of course, you have O’Reilly, Hannity, et al claiming this never happened with Bush. msnbc provides the video showing that it did, in fact, happen with Bush too. At about 4:40 into the video, Eric Burns from Media Matters, points out the legal issues surrounding the fact that the original video shown by Fox News did not have the children’s faces blurred.

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2 Responses to “Fox News Uses Children In Anti-Obama Propaganda”

  1. I don’t think we should be praising any President. Respect the office,but don’t give opinions.It’s wrong with Obama,it was worse with Bush. Of course,Bush dropped the ball on Katrina.

  2. FoxNewsBoycott says:

    Keep in mind that this wasn’t a recent event – The video was shot during Black History Month. History was made and if Obama wasn’t elected they would have sung about someone else, but there wouldn’t be the faux outrage.

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