Skip to comments.Ask FOX News to Cover the March for Life
Posted on 01/23/2013 8:23:15 PM PST by ColeusEdited on 01/23/2013 8:41:00 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Ask the so-called Fair and Balanced news organization to cover the largest pro-life demonstration in America. So far the only network that has covered the march is the Eternal World Television Network (EWTN) which is not a news network. I'm very disappointed with FOX News, the MSM won't cover it and neither will FOX. Contact FOX and tell them to cover the 40th-Annual, March for Life
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Everytime I ping my list, it gets posted 3 times, something that just started to happen about 6 months ago. Sorry for the multiple pings.
The “conservatives” at FNC represent the pro-abortion fringe of the GOP establishment. You won’t get any support for life from them. After all, they’re the ones who took Matt Drudge off the air for even wanting to being up the subject of abortion.
The media skipped the 40th anniversary of Bill Ayers’ terrorist bombing of the Pentagon as well. Hmm. Wonder why.
bttt, A good try but Fox will not do it. I will still e-mail.
If they won’t protect the babies, all of them, you can’t trust them to protect anything or anybody else.
It’s the bright line of distinction.
Thanks for reminding us about Matt Drudge. I think Drudge only wanted to show a picture of a preborn baby holding on to a doctor’s finger. Matt got mad and quit FOX.
Thanks for doing this. I haven’t been on my computer for awhile. My local tv stations showed the March for Life. Maybe we all need to contact our local stations next year, as well as FOX, et al.
Somebody estimated that a good majority of the participants at the March for Life were under 30!
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