— Matthew Elliot (@matttbastard) April 9, 2012
Seriously, dub tee eff?
Update: Yes, kids you too can be Warren Kinsella’s Next Idiot (after Dawg, that is).
Hey, remember when Faux News used to merely employ dog whistles in its race-baiting wingnut agit-prop?
Now they rock Les Paul Customs plugged into Marshall stacks that go to eleven (TO ELEVEN):
A Fox Orlando affiliate decribed Neo-Nazis as “a civil rights group” on a television broadcast and online. The group of Neo-Nazis, known as the National Socialist Movement, has been conducting armed patrols of the streets of Sanford, Florida, the town where Trayvon Marting was shot dead.
The Fox Orlando affiliate, WOFL, aired a shockingly uncritical report of the group’s activities. The Fox reporter introduced the group by saying, “There’s another civil rights group in town.” She also conducts an interview with the group’s leader, Jeff Schoep, without challenging any of his claims about the nature and mission of the group. Watch it (via Little Green Footballs):
Related: Pam Spaulding (h/t) has screen caps galore re: FAUX35’s wacky White Power jamboree (to ELEVEN).