Sheila Liaguminas constata en su anotación [Exposing media fraud (easy to do)] en torno al “fraude de los medios” en un caso concreto: en los medios presuntamente informativos Usa, cuando se trata de referir hechos asociados a la defensa de la vida humana, han desaparecido las “dos caras”, y sólo aparecen “cintas de Moebius” o el silencio mondo y lirondo.
Al menos, como dice, queda YouTube para mostrar algo de lo sucedido en la última “March for Life”.
The growing movement of pro-life advocates who flow into Washington each January on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade for events culminating in the March for Life have stopped expecting the media to actually notice their swelling numbers and hear their voices. They’re taking coverage of the event directly to the people.
After more than 200,000 mostly young people (the future faces of the abortion battle) gathered on the Mall of Washington, carried signs and chanted, sang, laughed and networked with hundreds of others, they saw either nothing about it on tv news or in the papers, or pathetically distorted attempts to derail the event.
“Fed up with what they call the “mind-boggling corruption” of media coverage of the march, a small production team has released a YouTube video revealing the truth about the enormous event and the skewed media reports that referenced it.