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FOX Anchor Tweets Birther Post Suggesting Obama Threatened To Kill Chelsea Clinton

Fox News anchor Heather Childers, who co-hosts Fox & Friends First and America’s News Headquarters, wants to know whether her Twitter followers think President Barack Obama threatened to kill Chelsea Clinton in order to cover up his illegitimate birth certificate…

Heather Childers conspiracy theory tweet

Heather Childers conspiracy theory tweet

The post claims that Obama’s 2008 campaign threatened people to keep the candidate’s birth records a secret, and suggests that Obama associates were involved in the murder of Arkansas Democratic Party chair Bill Gwatney, and told President Bill Clinton “that his daughter Chelsea would be next if he opened his mouth.”

“From that point on, the Clinton’s [sic] remained silent about Obama’s birth certificate or lack thereof,” the post said.

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Glenn Beck Demands Proof of Lies About George Soros

Forbes magazine rightfully stated that Fox News personality Glenn Beck had been “falsely vilifying” George Soros. Beck’s numerous conspiracy theories often include Soros, the financier, businessman and notable philanthropist. Beck didn’t agree with the statement about the false vilification and stated, “I’d like to know exactly what I lied about.”

Here you go:

BECK CLAIM: In 2004, Soros Called The Election “Not A Normal Election,” And Said That “In Periods Of Regime Change, Normal Rules Do Not Apply.” Accusing Soros of setting up a “shadow party” to interfere in the 2004 elections, Beck cited David Horowitz and Richard Poe’s The Shadow Party.

REALITY: Beck Used Comments From 1995 To Show That Soros “Didn’t Mince Words” In 2004. Those comments are actually from the 1995 book Soros on Soros: Staying Ahead of the Curve.

BECK CLAIM: Soros Advocated For “Globalization” By Saying, “The Main Obstacle Of A Stable And Just World Order Is The United States.” Citing Soros’ book, The Age of Fallibility: Consequences of the War on Terror.

REALITY: Soros Was Criticizing The Policies Of The Bush Administration And Said His Top Priority Was “[C]hanging The Attitude And Policies Of” The U.S.

BECK CLAIM: Soros Has “Waged A War Against Capitalism” Because He Said “It Poses Some Serious Threats.”

REALITY: Soros Was Explaining That Regulations Are Needed To Shield Individuals From Financial Bubbles.

BECK CLAIM: McCain-Feingold Legislation Was The Result Of 1994 Soros Speech.

REALITY: Feingold Campaigned On Campaign Finance Reform During His 1992 Election And Repeatedly Supported It In The Senate Prior To Soros’ Speech.

BECK CLAIM: Mccain-Feingold Bolstered 501(c)(3) Groups, “Which Can Advertise At Will.”

REALITY: 501(c)(3) Groups Are Banned From Political Advertising On Behalf Of Or In Opposition To Candidates.

BECK CLAIM: Kerry “Adopt[ed]” Soros’ Criticism Of The War On Terror.

REALITY: Beck Showed Kerry “Adopting” Position From Soros’ 2004 Book. The comment Beck attributed to Soros — “War is a false and misleading metaphor in the context of combating terrorism. Crimes require police work, not military action” — comes from Soros’ book that was published in 2004. [The Bubble of American Supremacy: Correcting the Misuse of American Power, Page 18]

REALITY: Beck’s Proof Of  Kerry “Adopting” That Position Included Comments Kerry Made In September 2003 — Before The Bubble Of American Supremacy Was Published.

BECK CLAIM: Soros “Set The Agenda” By Calling For “A Large Stimulus Package.”

REALITY: Obama, Congress, And Economists Had Already Called For Major Fiscal Stimulus. On November 5, 2008 — one day after Obama’s election and two-and-a-half weeks before Soros’ comments were published.

BECK CLAIM: Soros Manipulated Lawmakers To Pursue Cap And Trade. Discussing the Soros interview that was published on November 24, 2008

REALITY: Cap And Trade Has Been Debated In Congress For More Than 10 Years. Contrary to Beck’s claim that Soros manipulated Obama to introduce cap and trade legislation “days after” he was elected, Congress has been debating similar proposals for more than a decade. [The Washington Post, 8/19/01]

REALITY: Obama Supported A Cap And Trade Bill During The 2008 Election. In fact, then-Sen. Barack Obama supported legislation that would have created a cap-and-trade system while campaigning in 2008. [The Washington Post, 6/1/08]

BECK CLAIM: “Soros Was Asked If He Felt Guilt At All About Taking The Property From The Jews As A Teenager. He Responded, No.”

REALITY: Soros Said He “Had No Role In Taking Away That Property.” In an interview with Kroft, Soros explained that he felt no guilt because he “had no role in taking away that property.”

REALITY: Biographer Reported Soros “Collaborated With No One.” In Soros: The Life and Times of a Messianic Billionaire — a book cited by Beck during the program — Michael T. Kaufman detailed Soros’ reaction during the interview, as well as Soros’ actions in Nazi-occupied Hungary.

BECK CLAIM: Soros “Attended The Fabian Socialist London School Of Economics.” Beck said, “In 1947, the Soros family relocated from Hungary to England, where George attended the Fabian Socialist London School of Economics.” [Fox News, Glenn Beck, 11/9/10]

REALITY: LSE Is A Mainstream University That Many Prominent Conservatives Have Attended. While it is true that LSE was founded by four members of the Fabian Society in 1895, Beck’s suggestion that the school is a socialist indoctrination center is ridiculous.

BECK CLAIM: Soros Is Dangerous Because He Called For “A Managed Decline” Of The Dollar.

REALITY: Soros Said That “An Orderly Decline Of The Dollar Is Actually Desirable” To Boost Exports And Compensate For Decreased Consumer Spending. The comments Beck cited come from a 2009 interview Soros gave to the Financial Times, where Soros discussed concerns about the dollar’s relative strength to the value of other international currencies.

REALITY: Economist Paul Krugman Has Said, “The Truth Is That The Falling Dollar Is Good News.” In a New York Times column, Nobel laureate Paul Krugman

REALITY: Economist Nouriel Roubini Has Said: “[E]verybody Wants A Weaker Currency.” During an interview with Bloomberg Radio’s Surveillance, economist Nouriel Roubini was asked about the need for international currency coordination. Roubini said, “We’re not going to get the meeting because the reality is that everybody wants a weaker currency. The U.S. needs a weaker dollar to grow its exports. The Europeans needs a weaker euro to grow their exports. The Japanese need a weaker yen to grow their exports. Even the Swiss are intervening to prevent the Swiss franc from appreciating.”

REALITY: Economist Mark Zandi Has Said, “The Falling Dollar Has “Been Positive” And Was “A Real Boon To U.S. Businesses.” In a 2007 NPR interview, economist Mark Zandi was asked, “[H]ow is the fall of the dollar affecting the U.S. economy?” Zandi said that “on net, it’s been positive,” adding, “It’s been a real boon to U.S. business.”

BECK CLAIM: Soros “Collapses Regimes,” And America Is “His Target Now.”

REALITY: Soros Backed Groups That Were Nonviolently Opposed To Communist, Authoritarian, Or Corrupt Governments.

BECK CLAIM: Tides Foundation Gets “A Lot Of Their Funding” From Soros. Beck said: “And where does the Tides Foundation get a lot of their funding? George Soros.” [Fox News, Glenn Beck, 11/9/10]

REALITY: Tides Founder Says Soros’ Charity Funds “Far Less Than 5 Percent” Of Tides’ Budget. From a Politico op-ed by Tides founder Drummond Pike.

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Glenn Beck Claims He’s “not into child pornography”

Glenn Beck suggests that he’s going to be set up and issues a strange disclaimer… Maybe it has something to do with his refusal to state publicly that he did not rape and murder a girl in 1990 (parody). Who knows…

From the November 12 edition of Premiere Radio Networks’ The Glenn Beck Program:

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Attempted Cop Killer is Glenn Beck Fan

In the early morning hours of July 19, 2010, 45-year-old ex-felon Byron Williams allegedly became an attempted cop killer. California Highway Patrol officers were able to apprehend Williams after a lengthy gun fight on an Oakland, CA freeway. Only two of the ten CHP officers on scene were injured.

AFFIDAVIT: [Williams] “stated that his intention was to start a revolution by traveling to San Francisco and killing people of importance at the Tides Foundation and the ACLU.”

What does this have to do with Fox News?

Byron Williams is a devoted follower of Glenn Beck.

WILLIAMS: I would have never started watching Fox News if it wasn’t for the fact that Beck was on there. And it was the things that he did, it was the things he exposed that blew my mind.

According to Media Matters, Glenn Beck has attacked the Tides Foundation 29 times on his Fox News show.

Beck, it turned out, had attacked Tides 29 times on his Fox News show in the year-and-a-half leading up to the shooting.

Now, in exclusive interviews and written correspondence with journalist John Hamilton, Williams speaks for himself. He asks Hamilton to be his “media advocate” and repeatedly instructs him to watch specific broadcasts of Beck’s show for information on the conspiracy theory that drove him over the edge: an intricate plot involving Barack Obama, philanthropist George Soros, a Brazilian oil company, and the BP disaster.

Williams also points to other media figures — right-wing propagandist David Horowitz, and Internet conspiracist and repeated Fox News guest Alex Jones — as key sources of information to inspire his “revolution.”

In a separate exchange with Examiner.com’s Ed Walsh, Williams sought to defend Beck from “Obama and the liberals,” whom he said are afraid of Beck “because he often exposes things that are simply forbidden in news.” Williams said that Beck advocates non-violence and that he had already researched the conspiracy theories that informed his alleged plot — before seeing them “confirm[ed]” on Beck’s show.

In an interview at the Santa Rita Jail, Williams confirms his affinity for Beck and references, on numerous occasions, Beck’s conspiracy theory involving the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and connections to President Obama and George Soros.

WILLIAMS: I don’t think he’s a natural newscaster, you know what I mean? I look at it more like a schoolteacher on TV, you know? He’s got that big chalkboard and those little stickers, the decals. I like the way he does it.

Williams refers to those connected to this conspiracy theory (Obama, Soros, Petrobras, etc.) as Crime, Inc. So did Beck on June 21, 2010, in one of the videos Willaims repeatedly referenced.

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Video: Glenn Beck Attacks YOU!

Put yourself in a Glenn Beck video – you can now be the target of one of his crazy conspiracy theories. Of course, if you’re a liberal, belong to a union, or your sister’s ex-boyfriend’s mother’s dermatologist’s secretary once quoted Mao, you already are. The video is courtesy MoveOn.org Civic Action, Brave New Films, and the Service Employees International Union.

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FoxNews.com Tea Party Poll: ‘Racism, Conspiracy Theories’ Winning

FoxNews.com currently has a poll asking, “What Do You Think Tea Party Movement Is About?” At this moment, the leading response is “Fruitless mix of racism, conspiracy theories.” Classic!

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WorldNetDaily Attacks Glenn Beck on Birther Smear

Conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck recently had this to say about “birthers,” those other conspiracy theorists who question the validity (or existence) of President Obama’s birth certificate:

BECK: Today there is a concerted effort on all radio stations to get Birthers on the air. I have to tell you, are you working for the Barack Obama administration? I mean, that’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. [...]

BECK:If I were Barack Obama, I would say, no, now, wait a minute; why do that when these people are so discrediting themselves because if I can get them to discredit themselves…

WorldNetDaily, which is a source frequently used by Fox News, didn’t appear to appreciate Beck’s statements, relating Beck to “Obama’s apologists.”

The ongoing dialogue then spun off into ridicule as Beck caricatured those who question the sitting president’s eligibility with straw-man arguments reminiscent of jibes made by Obama’s apologists in other news outlets. [...]

“Birthers,” however, reflect a far greater diversity of opinion than is assumed by Beck’s characterization. … While other top radio hosts, including Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage, Mark Levin and Lou Dobbs, have all said unequivocally and publicly that the Obama eligibility issue is legitimate and worthy, a few – including Beck and fellow Fox TV host Bill O’Reilly – have taken the position that the issue is, in O’Reilly’s words, “bogus.” Both Beck and O’Reilly cite the contemporaneous appearance of birth announcements in two Honolulu newspapers as prima facie evidence Obama was born in Hawaii and “birthers” are conspiracy nuts.

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Another Glenn Beck Conspiracy Theory Including Rupert Murdoch

Glenn Beck has previously ranted about a Maoist conspiracy theory including the Entertainment Industry Foundation, EIF, of which News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch is on the “honorary board of governors.”

Beck has now criticized the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) workshop scheduled for December 1 & 2, 2009. He claims that they want to discuss how to “help journalists do their job.”

BECK: Yesterday, we had two stories that seemed like no big deal if you didn’t know what was behind them. The first story was about the government getting into Internet regulation. Remember, protect you from the shady Internet blogger trying to scam you into buying the perfect pancake maker. Oh, the government is here just trying to help you. Remember that?

Also, the other story was the FTC — not the FCC, but the FTC — they’re just getting together for a little lunch, you know, a conference in December, the 1st and 2nd of December. They just want to talk about how they can help journalists do their job.

Oh, I’d like to have a little speech there, too. They want to know, should there be extra funding for journalists? Should there be tax credits for certain news organizations?

Rupert, gravy train is about to come, I’m sure. Should the government be more involved? OK. Remember those two stories here.

Rupert Murdoch gave his speech this morning, as scheduled, at the FTC workshop titled “From Town Criers to Bloggers: How will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?” So, once again, Beck has linked his boss to another conspiracy theory…

The purpose of the workshop was not to find ways to “help journalists do their job.” Here’s what the FTC press release had to say:

The workshop will consider a wide range of issues, including: the economics of journalism in print and online; the wide variety of new business and non-profit models for journalism online; factors relevant to the new economic realities for news organizations, such as behavioral and other targeted online advertising, online news aggregators, and bloggers; and the ways in which the costs of journalism could be reduced without reducing quality.

Beck even intertwined this latest conspiracy theory with his idea that net neutrality is the government wanting to censor the Internet, the group Free Press is Marxist and that free speech is at risk.

Nowhere does the FTC press release state that the government wants to tell journalists how to do their jobs, regulate or censor what is published, or conspire against people like Beck in any way. Beck made that connection and included Rupert Murdoch, the CEO of FNC parent company, News Corp.

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Anti-Defamation League on Glenn Beck’s Conspiracy Theories

The Anti-Defamation League has released a special report titled, “Rage Grows in America: Anti-Government Conspiracies.” The focus of the report is on Glenn Beck, including his participation and furthering of anti-government conspiracy theories.

The most important mainstream media figure who has repeatedly helped to stoke the fires of anti-government anger is right-wing media host Glenn Beck, who has a TV show on FOX News and a popular syndicated radio show. While other conservative media hosts, such as Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, routinely attack Obama and his administration, typically on partisan grounds, they have usually dismissed or refused to give a platform to the conspiracy theorists and anti-government extremists. This has not been the case with Glenn Beck. Beck and his guests have made a habit of demonizing President Obama and promoting conspiracy theories about his administration.

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These kinds of claims from Beck create an intersection between the mainstream and the extreme. They play an important role in drawing people further out of the mainstream, making them more receptive to the more extreme notions and conspiracy theories.

The article lists examples including Beck encouraging his audience to read Hitler’s Mein Kampf, comparing Obama to Hitler, claiming Obama wants to create a “civilian national security force,” calling Obama “dangerous,” and promoting the idea of FEMA consentration camps.

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Glenn Beck Falsehood on Net Neutrality

Glenn Beck, apparently, doesn’t understand Net Neutrality, but attempts to spread fear about it using statements like, “You have a freedom of speech or the government. You can’t really have both.”

Here he is talking with Phil Kerpen, chairman of the Internet Freedom Coalition (an alliance of conservative groups that opposes all taxes and regulations related to the Internet), who has taken credit for providing Beck with past comments made by Van Jones. Now, he’s feeding Beck information about Net Neutrality, but as you watch, or read the transcript, it’s easy to see that Beck has passed more misinformation onto his viewers…

KERPEN: It is a very big week because the FCC on Thursday is going to decide what the future of the Internet looks like, if it looks much like the past 10 years where you have private competition and pretty much people can do what they want on the Internet or whether we have a much, much heavier government hand. And they’re going to take the first step on that Thursday.

BECK: OK. I want to start just real quick – Net neutrality, because it happens on Thursday. This is that everybody should have free Internet, right?

KERPEN: Well, essentially. You know, they dress it up the way they dress up a lot of their things. They turn it upside-down by saying that evil corporations, phone and cable corporations are going to block what we can do block or we can say.

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Companies, such as Comcast, are now able to degrade or block service for things such as P2P communications. Net Neutrality is a solution to that problem, not a conspiracy to control the Internet and censor our free speech.

Science Progress defines Net Neutrality as this:

At the most basic level, net neutrality is the principle that Internet users should be in control of what content they view and what applications they use on the Internet; all content on the Internet is equally accessible, and once a person pays for access to the Internet, they alone get to choose how they use it. This means that providers should not be allowed to block access to certain sites or applications, or charge different customers different amounts for services.

Here is the definition on Wikipedia:

A neutral broadband network is one that is free of restrictions on content, sites, or platforms, on the kinds of equipment that may be attached, and on the modes of communication allowed, as well as one where communication is not unreasonably degraded by other communication streams.

The principle states that if a given user pays for a certain level of internet access, and another user pays for a given level of access, that the two users should be able to connect to each other at that given rate of access.

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Glenn Beck / Dwight Schrute Conspiracy Theory

Apparently, Glenn Beck is feeding his sheep another conspiracy theory, this time regarding OnStar. Here’s a video comparing the hilariously paranoid Glenn Beck to the hilariously paranoid Dwight Schrute from NBC’s The Office. The difference is that, one is a fictional show starring a moron who is the butt of countless jokes and the other is The Office.

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Glenn Beck on White House Controlling Media

White House communications director, Anita Dunn, made a comment prior to working with the White House that the Obama campaign wanted to control their message in regards to their direct video method, not the media itself. Unfortunately, Glenn Beck didn’t see it that way. Instead, he turns it into a “hands around your throat” conspiracy theory.

BECK: OK. So this one has come out this weekend, that we controlled the press. And what people are saying about this is that, see? They’re controlling the press. Well, let’s be honest here. Isn’t that what every candidate tries to do? If you don’t control the press, if you don’t get your hands around the press, they’re going to have their hands around your throat. It is a struggle to the death — not for Obama. I mean, they would have their hands all over you stroking your smooth pecs and saying, “Oh, you are just so hot.” So it’s never been that problem for Barack Obama, but that’s what you do.

Here are Anita Dunn’s exact words:

DUNN: A huge part of our press strategy was focused on making the media cover what Obama was actually saying as opposed to, you know, why the campaign was saying it, what the tactic was, that we — we had a huge premium both on message discipline, on people in the campaign not leaking to reporters and people in the campaign not discussing our strategy, and also on making the press cover what we were saying.

So we, you know, one of the reasons we did so many of the David Plouffe videos was not just for our supporters, but also because it was a way for us to get our message out without having to actually talk to reporters; we just put that out there and make them write what Plouffe had said as opposed to Plouffe doing an interview with a reporter. So it was very much we controlled it, as opposed to the press controlled it.

It’s nothing new for campaigns and administrations to release videos. In their case it was a winning strategy to stay focused on the message, not a commentator’s version of it.

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Fox News Warns Democrats About Patriotic Music

Various Fox News personalities have been fixating on what they call an attempt to “kill” their patriotic music. Here is what they had to say, then check the whole truth below.

BRET BAIER: “[T]he House of Representatives today faced the music and reversed a decision to kill the patriotic tunes callers hear when they’re put on hold.”

SEAN HANNITY: “Now, up until now, you probably have been enjoying lovely patriotic tunes. Well, that is until Nancy Pelosi had anything to say about it. Under the current Democratic leadership, patriotic music was replaced with smooth jazz elevator music.”

STEVE DOOCY: “[I]n what has got to go down as one of the most boneheaded moves of the summer, which is now concluding as we approach Labor Day, apparently Nancy Pelosi and the House leadership had said … we’re going to have a test project where, for three weeks, we’re going to get rid of the patriotic music.”

So, what’s really going on? There is no conspiracy to eliminate patriotic music. House Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Daniel Beard’s spokesman Jeff Ventura had this to say:

The music was changed during recess as a pilot program in an attempt to offer offices a choice of hold music. [...]

This had nothing to do with the leadership — not in the beginning or the final outcome.

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This Modern World on Glenn Beck’s Conspiracy Theories

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Fox News Rehashes Obama Birth Certificate Fallacy

Just when you think the Barack Obama birth certificate conspiracy nuts have put away their tin foil hats, Fox News brings the non-issue back to the forefront with an above-the-fold mention and graphic on their FoxNation web site.

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This issue has been repeatedly debunked and dismissed. But for those of you “truthers” who still don’t get it, this probably won’t convince you… FactCheck.org, Politifact.com and FightTheSmears.com all provide evidence fo the Certification of Live birth, which has been validated by the State of Hawaii and is as good as the “long form birth certificate.”

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