Jun 14, 2017

Tucker Carlson Continues With The Right Wing's War On Abortion Doctors (A Pattern That Is EXACTLY What You Would Expect From Domestic Terrorists!)

1. The Daily Show Proves That Fox News Is Fake News
2. GOP & Fox News Are Basically Terrorist Organizations (Based On Rhetoric & Effects Of That Rhetoric)
3. National Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month: As Bill O Reilly Gets Caught Up In Sex Scandals We Take A Look At Rape In The Military & Thier Republican Defenders

This post documents the latest warrior (i.e. domestic terrorist speaker) from Fox News using its traditional style of fake news and problematic documentaries to push violence on doctors in line with one of their wedge issues to create division amoungst the people to win elections.

Tucker Carlson ignores court order, hypes video that stokes harassment of abortion providers Carlson: “Some might think” that “if there was ever a time for civil disobedience,” sharing this footage “would be the time”

In reality, media experts have agreed that CMP’s work is not journalism -- despite right-wing media claims to the contrary. In fact, in Orrick’s February ruling, he detailed why CMP’s efforts “thus far have not been pieces of journalistic integrity,” noting that CMP founder David Daleiden did not “-- as Daleiden repeatedly asserts -- use widely accepted investigatory journalism techniques” (emphasis added):
The context of how defendants came into possession of the NAF materials cannot be ignored and directly supports preliminarily preventing the disclosure of these materials. Defendants engaged in repeated instances of fraud, including the manufacture of fake documents, the creation and registration with the state of California of a fake company, and repeated false statements to ... numerous NAF representatives and NAF members in order to infiltrate NAF and implement their Human Capital Project. The products of that Project – achieved in large part from the infiltration – thus far have not been pieces of journalistic integrity, but misleadingly edited videos and unfounded assertions (at least with respect to the NAF materials) of criminal misconduct. Defendants did not – as Daleiden repeatedly asserts – use widely accepted investigatory journalism techniques. Defendants provide no evidence to support that assertion and no cases on point.
During Carlson and Rose’s discussion, Carlson failed to mention anti-choice violence -- an omission that is not uncommon among prime-time cable news hosts. A recent Media Matters study found that during 12 months of coverage about abortion and reproductive rights, only four segments out of a total 354 on Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN even mentioned the topic.
Even before this latest example, Fox News has readily given a platform to CMP’s claims and ignored or downplayed the threat of anti-choice violence.
Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly (ousted earlier this year after public reports that he sexually harassedmultiple colleagues) spent years spreading misinformation about reproductive rights and openly bullyingabortion providers. A frequent target of O’Reilly’s invective was Dr. George Tiller, who was assassinated in 2009 by anti-choice extremist Scott Roeder. O’Reilly often referred to the doctor as “Tiller the baby killer” and insisted there was “a special place in hell for this guy.” May 31 marked the eighth anniversary of Tiller’s murder.
In April, Fox’s The Five co-host Greg Gutfeld -- who moved to prime time after O’Reilly’s departure -- encouraged anti-choice advocates to engage in violence to protect their views, saying, “If you are pro-life and you believe it is murder, you should be willing to fight” and “start a war” over the issue.
During the May 31 segment on Tonight with Tucker Carlson, Carlson claimed he was “proud” to elevate the barred footage and said people have the right to “say what you think is true.” Although he hedged on the issue somewhat, saying that he was not “advocating for this,” he strongly implied that the footage should be shared in spite of the court order because “if there was ever a time for civil disobedience, it seems like some might think this would be the time.”
Meanwhile, incidents of targeted harassment of abortion providers, patients, and clinics continue to rise. According to a recent report from NAF, in 2016, there was “an increase in a wide range of intimidation tactics meant to disrupt the provision of health care at facilities, including vandalism, picketing, obstruction, invasion, trespassing, burglary, stalking, assault and battery, and bomb threats” as well as “an escalation in hate speech and internet harassment, which intensified following the election in November.”
There is a real risk to circulating this footage. In 2015, Robert Lewis Dear opened fire inside a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic, killing three people and injuring nine more. After his arrest, Dear used the statement “no more baby parts” -- a phrase that Fox News and Fox Business had used more than any other network between the release of CMP’s first video and the Colorado attack. Furthermore, as the New Republic noted, “The narratives [Dear] learned from Rush Limbaugh and Alex Jones and Bill O’Reilly and countless far-right web sites meshed perfectly with his paranoid delusions, misogynist beliefs, and violent fantasies.”
Although Carlson, Rose, and many anti-choice outlets are protesting the removal of CMP’s latest video as “censorship,” Orrick has already refuted claims about the supposed public value of these videos and demonstrated why such a protective order was necessary in the first place. By not only elevating the barred footage, but also encouraging viewers to actively spread it themselves, Fox News is engaging in dangerous and irresponsible behavior.

Here is an example of Bill O Reilly getting a doctor killed and then pretending he had nothing to do with it 
• O'Reilly Repeatedly Referred To Tiller As "The Baby Killer." [6/2/09]
• In 2006, O'Reilly Sent His Producer To "Confront" The "Doctor Known As Tiller The Baby Killer." [11/8/06]
• In 2007, O'Reilly Again Sent A Producer To Ambush The "Doctor Known As Tiller The Baby Killer." [Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, 6/12/07]
• After Tiller Was Murdered, O'Reilly Repeatedly Falsely Claimed He Had Only Reported What Other Groups Called Tiller. [6/2/09]
• O'Reilly Subsequently Accused Joan Walsh Of Having "Blood On Her Hands" For Defending Tiller. [Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, 6/12/09]
• In 2012, O'Reilly Was Still Claiming That "What Tiller Was Doing Was Murder."[Fox News, The O'Reilly Factor, 3/1/12]

O'Reilly Repeatedly Demonized Abortion Provider Dr. George Tiller And Then Lied About It After Tiller Was Murdered
(would the Secret Service have let Bill O Reilly get away with this if these words were directed at the President? I don't think so. Regular citizens should also get such protections from Traitor Networks. It's not fair that you have to make it all the way to President before you get protection form the words of the rich and powerful.)

The above the planned parenthood shooting happened, clearly, inspired by another Fox News personality, Carly Fiorina...


Media Matters Commentary: Chris Cuomo: It "Seems As Though" The CO Shooter "Was Influenced By Some Of The Rhetoric ... That Painted A Very Ugly Picture, An Unfair One, About Planned Parenthood" - CNN's Cuomo To Carly Fiorina: The Planned Parenthood Smear Videos "Were Edited. You Know That" 
CHRIS CUOMO: Now, when we're looking with what happened here in Colorado, very often you've said Ttrump has to watch what he says, it has implications. Do you feel any sense of regret about how you characterized what was going on at Planned Parenthood after the attack in Colorado? Because of what the man said, which seems as though he was influenced by some of the rhetoric that was coming out of you and others that painted a very ugly picture, an unfair one, about Planned Parenthood? 
CARLY FIORINA: Oh, please, really, Chris? Look, nine videotapes have come out about Planned Parenthood. It is very clear what they have been doing. And in fact, Planned Parenthood several weeks ago made a quiet little announcement that they would no longer accept compensation for the sale of what they call fetal tissue. That's about as close to an admission as you can get. In fact, it is an admission.
CUOMO: That's not what they say. 
FIORINA: Look what happened in Colorado -- what happened in Colorado is a terrible thing. This guy is a deranged murderer, and I hope he is put away for life. It may be that we should be classifying that as domestic terrorism, as well. But that has nothing to do with the truth of what is going on in Planned Parenthood. And this is a typical left wing tactic, to try and shut down the truth by silencing people. This has happened over and over and over again. 
CUOMO: Miss Fiorina -- 
FIORINA: Let's focus on -- yes? 
CUOMO:  The question doesn't go away. The videos were edited. You know that. The scenes that were depicted-
FIORINA: I actually, I don't know that. There has been forensic evidence of those nine videotapes over and over again. There have been reports that say they are not edited. 
CUOMO: Of course they were edited. 
FIORINA: It's amazing to me that we're still having this conversation. 

Now here is a list of the killings/murders/acts-of-terror clearly taking place by the Republican Party's Presidential Candidate;

Oregon white supremacist mowed down black teenager with his Jeep: Larnell Malik Bruce had been running home after a brutal beating (This one - & others - could also be a result of what the Republican Governor Of Main Said: BBC: The governor of Maine has said that people of colour were enemies of his state, and appeared to suggest they should be shot.)

60-Year-Old Aunt of NYPD Transit Cop Stabbed to Death Feet From Queens Home

Muslim lawmaker blames Trump’s rhetoric for death threat

A modest proposal: Trump has it all wrong — to prevent crime, we need to do some “exteme vetting” of men - If we need a police state to stop crime, the target shouldn't be immigrants but those commiting most crimes: men

the definition of Domestic Terrorism as defined by the FBI;

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