May 15, 2013
What does the mainstream media do when they don’t want to discuss a
real issue that diverts away the topic from political theater? Simply
deem it a wild ‘conspiracy theory’ and pretend it doesn’t exist.
It’s a tried and true method. It has worked for a long line of
question-dodging politicians, with both Bush and Obama each speaking out
against ‘conspiracy theories’ and those who warn against corruption and
tyranny in government. As I detailed last week, in fact, Obama recently spoke to
the graduating class of Ohio State University and repeated such
warnings. He told the class to ignore and reject those warning of
government tyranny, and went on to praise the new United States
government system he called ‘brave’ and ‘unique’.
And anyone who decides to attack this ‘brave and unique’ government,
or anyone who even questions reports by the government? They must be
conspiracy nuts. I joined John B. Wells of Coast to Coast AM a couple weeks ago to discuss how this media tactic works and how I decided to turn to reality over media theater: