Originally posted at News Corpse.com
What do you do when you are the national mouthpiece for vile propaganda against a political party and a president that you were created to destroy, but all of your efforts have collapsed into a pile of bullshit due to the complete lack of evidence or even common sense? Well, just ask Fox News who have seen their every attempt to manufacture scandal blow up in their lying faces.
From Benghazi to the IRS, Fox News has struck out in their efforts to hang a juicy controversy around President Obama's neck. So their answer to the question above is to trot out a brand new conspiracy theory that they invented from scratch: ObamaCars.
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Fox Nation vs. Reality
The Fox News Community's Assault On Truth.
On Fox & Friends, the curvy couch potatoes were joined by radio shrew Laura Ingraham, Bush's former press secretary, Dana Perino, and Rupert Murdoch's personal lawyer, Peter Johnson, Jr. (the man with three names that are all synonyms for penis). In the course of their conversation they introduced a budding scandalette that they clearly believe will rip the heart out of their beastly foe in the White House.
What the Foxies are alleging is that, in the words of Steve Doocy, "there's a provision in the Immigration bill that could be used to give free cars, motorcycles, scooters, and other vehicles, to young people." Oh my. That would troubling - if there were even a scintilla of truth to it which, of course, there is not. This laughably ridiculous claim seems to have originated at the Official Birthplace of Laughably Ridiculous Claims, Breitbart News, where they extrapolated a nonsensical analysis of an amendment attached to the bill to allocate funding for youth job programs. The language that Breitbart and Fox found so offensive simply described that the funds were to be used...
"...to provide summer employment opportunities for low-income youth, with direct linkages to academic and occupational learning, and may be used to provide supportive services, such as transportation or child care, that is necessary to enable the participation of such youth in the opportunities.""Supportive services," as regards transportation, are nothing more ominous than bus fare. They are certainly not promises to purchase vehicles for kids looking for work. Yet that is precisely what the conspiracy theorists at Fox have alleged. This delusion was directly refuted by Sen. Bernie Sanders, the author of the amendment, who said that...
"...the program has the option of providing funding for bus fare or subway tickets or other means of transportation. It is only the wild imagination that we have come to expect from Fox TV that would come up with this preposterous idea that we are buying automobiles for young people."This Fox fantasy was also refuted by Tea-publican Sen. Marco Rubio and was given a "Pants-on-Fire" designation as a lie by PolitiFact.
Where does the dementia end with these people? It would be one thing if this were a fringe newsletter published by radicals in robes and hoods, pretending to defend liberty from their wilderness camp in Idaho. But is this Fox News, the most-watched cable news network, and their leading anchors and contributors. The next thing we can expect to hear from Fox is that Obama supporters were found to be using their ObamaPhones while driving their ObamaCars which led to their need for emergency ObamaCare. Don't laugh. I'm sure they are working on this story right now.