Facts don’t matter to Maddow as her agenda entails mocking and ridiculing anyone who questions the government
May 23, 2013
Yesterday, Obama administration mouthpiece MSNBC had their liberal poster-child Rachel Maddow continue her jihad on Alex Jones, this time inventing false claims that Alex believed the tornadoes in Oklahoma were a conspiracy.
In a short segment aimed at demonizing the thriving liberty movement, Maddow saw no problem deceptively editing a portion of Jones’ broadcast to skew his perspective, attempting to make it seem as though he claimed the tornadoes were orchestrated by the government.
In fact, in the segment Jones was merely answering a caller who had asked if the tornadoes were possibly weather modification at work. In response, Jones simply mentioned that weather weapons and weather modification are no longer a thing of science fiction and have a factual basis in reality.
Evidently oblivious that the United Nations considered environmental modification techniques such a threat they found it necessary to draft a treaty preventing the use of weather warfare between countries, Maddow frames her argument by glossing over a few of the more questionable “terror” events of 2012, feigning incredulity at the notion that government could be even the slightest bit evil.
Her darling US government, who in her eyes could do no wrong, has also admitted electromagnetic manipulation of weather is a reality. “In 1996, during a Department of Defense news briefing, Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen said governments can ‘alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves,'” we wrote back in October.
According to Maddow, Jones and the multitudes of people undeterred in the belief that the events of 9/11 were an inside job are wrong because a piece of one of the hijacked airplanes was recently found in New York. She also claims Infowars denies 1995’s Oklahoma City bombing ever took place… period.
Additionally, she called the Department of Homeland Security’s active accumulation of copious amounts of ammunition a “conspiracy theory,” even though Infowars and others have profusely documented bullet purchases via the government’s own FedBizOpps website.
Infowars has also exhaustively covered the nationwide bullet shortage spurred by the DHS’s efforts, and the fact that gun stores are resorting to rationing bullets to satisfy customer demand. In response to the DHS’s underhanded efforts, we’ve also noted that local police and sheriff’s departments are being forced to barter and even borrow ammunition from the public.
But none of these issues matter to Maddow as she has an agenda to uphold, one which entails mocking and ridiculing anyone who questions the government.
Given the widening scandals facing the White House, it’s not surprising Maddow and her crew are bending over backwards in Obama’s defense. The fact she has to leech off Jones’ audience by frequently mentioning him as an attempt to increase her viewership is also laughable.