You Take The Pictures, I’ll Create The War: ABC News Uses 2017 Footage From Kentucky Military Show to Depict Current Fighting in Syria
The Deep State/Government controlled media can no longer pass off the lies that they could in the past.
ABC News has been flat out BUSTED trying to pass off footage from a 2017 Kentucky Military Show as current fighting in Syria.
Mark Dice responded to ABC’s admission ‘mistakenly’ of using fake footage with a classic line.
“ABC: Always Broadcasting Crap.”
To ABC’s credit, they do “regret the error.”
This is just another case of a major network getting caught with their hands in the cookie jar and trying to pass it off as an “error” when we all know this was intentional.
— Gizmodo (@Gizmodo) October 14, 2019
Here’s more from our good friend Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge:
Update: ABC News has admitted to using the fake footage and has removed it. While not apologizing, they ‘regret the error.’
CORRECTION: We’ve taken down video that aired on “World News Tonight" Sunday and “Good Morning America” this morning that appeared to be from the Syrian border immediately after questions were raised about its accuracy. ABC News regrets the error.
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) October 14, 2019
This is horrible horrible …what was ABC News thinking? If we in the media want credibility, we have to stop doing stupid things like this.. https://t.co/R2bshdTKbq
— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) October 14, 2019
ABC News was just busted using two year old gun range footage while reporting on Turkey ‘slaughtering’ the kurds in the wake of a US withdrawal from the region.
This video right here appearing to show Turkey’s military bombing Kurd civilians in a Syrian border town. The Kurds, who fought alongside the US against ISIS now horrific reports of atrocities committed by Turkish-backed fighters on those very allies” -ABC News
Wow! ABC News is trying to pass gun range videos as combat footage from Syria pic.twitter.com/zfTWtwwSfZ
— Absolute Loser (@PolishPatriotTM) October 14, 2019
here’s the ABC News report Update: different embed, as ABC News pulled the original.
And here’s the footage they used – from the Knob Creek gun range in West Point, Kentucky in 2017.
That video never “appeared to be from the Syrian border,” as the audience at the Kentucky gun show where the video was shot is clearly visible. ABC News deliberately edited that out and is now pretending this is all some honest mistake. Nonsense.
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) October 14, 2019
Just a simple editing room oversight, we’re sure.
If any of those videos/tweets disappear, and there is a good chance they will, please check in at ZeroHedge, because they are more likely to update before I can.
We’ve seen fake news from the networks many times over the years.
Want some more examples?
- FAKE NEWS!!! CNN and NBC Caught Faking Photo of Baby with Measles
- Fake News Becomes Fake History: New Pearson history book claims President Trump is mentally ill and his supporters are racists
- Top 10 FAKE NEWS stories of 2018 Courtesy of Mainstream Media
- The biggest medical fake news ever? NY Times claims that last year’s flu killed 80,000 Americans
- WATCH: CNN Cuts Off Bernie Sanders on LIVE TV for Calling CNN Fake News
- CNN Caught Creating Fake News Again: Adding Words To Syrian Witness’ Statement To Fit Western Narrative
- Former CNN Reporter Explains How They Fake The News
- CNN is Not the Only Network That Faked Syria Footage
- CNN Caught Faking War Footage AGAIN, This Time in Syria
Some of the above articles are fairly old and may have bad links, missing photos and deleted videos.
YouTube won’t let the truth stand for long.
The point is that people are on to the big network scam now.
To think these networks still believe they can “Always Broadcast Crap” and get by with it seems ridiculous, until you think of it this way…
Some of it actually gets through and even when it doesn’t there are people who won’t bother to read articles like this.
Most Americans are too lazy to research and learn to think for themselves.
The left knows this and takes full advantage.
Article posted with permission from Dean Garrison