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Media Still Shills For (Un-Named) Code Pink

From the wire services:

Anti-Iraq war demonstrators listen to speakers during an event where Democratic Senate and House members rallied for a change of course in Iraq in Washington, July 17, 2007.

 

An anti-Iraq war demonstrator cheers on speakers during an event where Democratic Senate and House members rallied for a change of course in Iraq, in Washington July 17, 2007.

An anti-Iraq war sign lies on the grass with the U.S. Capitol in the background during an event where Democratic Senate and House members rallied for a change of course in Iraq, in Washington July 17, 2007.

An anti-Iraq war demonstrator is silhouetted while listening to speakers during an event where Democratic Senate and House members rallied for a change of course in Iraq, in Washington July 17, 2007.

Anti-Iraq war demonstrators listen to speakers during an event where Democratic Senate and House members rallied for a change of course in Iraq, in Washington, July 17, 2007.

As anyone who even casually follows the news should know, these people are the professional protestors of Code Pink.

They have rented a townhouse on Capitol Hill, using the money they have received from Hugo Chavez and other highly suspicious sources.

They send their paid protestors out to Congress, the White House or elsewhere in Washington every day. Anywhere there are photographers.

Surely by now the photographers who took these photos know each one these "protestors" by name.

And yet, day after day, our watchdog media report upon them as if they are new, grassroots protestors.

Why is that?

(Of course that is a rhetorical question.)

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, July 20th, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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