The Pardu

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Thursday, December 5, 2013

According To Fox News ObamaCare Does Not Cover Babies!!!


It will surprise no one Fox News continues to offer on camera appearances to people who literally seek an opportunity to add their face (On the star worshiping tube  [55" flat screen for all Fox News viewers] like reality TV) to tell outright lies. Since, the implementation of the Affordable Care Act Fox has scheduled quite a few unscrupulous robots to bash the Affordable Care Act. 

It is amazing the network continues to broadcast stories that within hours are moved to the file marked 'Fox News Lies.'

The latest version was a real heart breaker stretch.  A family's newborn was denied coverage because ObamaCare does not coverage babies under the age of two.  Wow!  Now, that would be an ObamaCare death knell if Fox could get that message to people of child-bearing and child-reading age.  

Another notable fact related to Fox News anti-ACA propaganda,  the faux interviews seem to appear most on Sean Hannity's Comedy show.

Hannity and coverage for "low Information" voters (LIVs).

Lest we forget Fox has a new face to add to the gallery of faux news and entertainment stories. We offer a second linked version.

Elizabeth Hasselbeck

Chris Hayes, MSNBC, ALL IN coverage for people who demand more credible reporting. The segment is 12 minutes plus, but at a point in the segment Hayes reveals the aggrieved father may have a past that could explain his efforts to provide an ObamaCare "bad story." How easy would it be to claim, "Oh I made a mistake and forgot to add the baby."  

Do you believe Fox will come back and retract the false claims?

Answer: Did they do so after this episode?

Salon Dot Com writer, Eric Stern, performs very basic journalism that rendered "non-truth tellers."  One Fox guest eventually stopped all conversation with Stern.  

See video mid-page to view the Hannity spectacle.

We have read about intentional attacks against the ACA website. We know of GOP obstruction to the law that literally cost the nation $24 billion dollars against GDP. We know 26 state governors have denied possible lief-savings benefits to their constituents via refusing to expand Medicaid (at federal expense for three years). We really should not be surprised at Fox News faux testimonials. Finally, should we really be surprised most of the faux testimonials broadcast on the Hannity Show?

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