Stupidest Acts Of Journalistic Fraud Ever Attempted

#1 TV Station Lazily Edits Peaceful Protest, Makes Everyone Look Like Maniacs

While people were peacefully protesting and seeking for justice of Michael Brown  death  chanting “We won`t stop, we can`t stop, ‘til killer cops, are in cell blocks.”, fox news decided to make everyone a maniac and rephrase it as “We won’t stop, we can’t stop, so kill a cop”. https://youtu.be/ibeZCkHwb-I

#2 Reporter Fakes A Home Invasion To Launch A Pro-Gun Career

In 2010, Emily Miller, a reporter for another Fox affiliate – WTTG-TV in Washington, D.C. – was the victim of a terrifying home invasion. She returned to a house where she was staying to find a strange man walking out through the gate. He told her he was there to deliver firewood for the homeowners, but Miller became suspicious and followed him down the street, only to discover a gang of thieves loading stolen goods into the back of some trucks, like the Foot Clan from the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Indeed, it was only through sheer luck that she was unharmed. Understandably shaken, she obtained a gun carry permit and began speaking at pro-gun rallies, sharing her harrowing story to argue for the need to preserve every American’s right to bear arms.

The real thing is that she never followed him like a natural reporter, but found out lately her credit card was stolen.

#3 Reporter Claims She Was Thrown Out Of A Mosque, Security Cameras Reveal She Just Left

So, you still believe the Media?

Watch ➠ Angry Parents Stand Up To School Board Over Lessons On ‘Gay Marriage' ➠ Room Erupts

Watch ➠ Angry Parents Stand Up To School Board Over Lessons On ‘Gay Marriage’ ➠ Room Erupts

The school board in Fairfax County, Va., overwhelmingly passed a measure last week concerning the district’s sexual education curriculum. WTTG reported last Thursday that the board voted 10-2 to keep part of the Family Life Education (FLE) curriculum for K-10 students. This means students could learn about gender identity and sexual orientation in the seventh grade. Only members Patricia S. Reed…

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Navy Yard incident shows news travels fast, but rumors move faster

Facts are often the first casualty when news breaks. The confusion and speed of onrushing events can crimp the accuracy of the who, what and when of a story. But some news reports of a shooting at Washington’s Navy Yard on Thursday didn’t just blow the … [Read More]