US News and World Report 911 hit piece backfires against the Propagandists

U.S. News and World Report ran an article on May 26th entitled “The Inner Worlds of Conspiracy Believers”. The intention was to demonize the truth/freedom movement by implying that anyone who doesn’t believe the official story of 911 or anyone who mistrusts the government all-together is mentally ill. But the real story isn’t the obvious moronic drivel concocted by this yellow-journalistic rag of disinformation, it is the collection of well-informed comments left on their site…. 147 so far, the overwhelming majority of which are critical of the official conspiracy theory and also of this collection of nonsense that tries to pass itself off as news. Here are the comments...

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I've been watching those comments for several days.

Thanks BoDeeDoe for getting them to a wider audience.

North Texans for 911 Truth
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I just read all the well stated comments [and a few dumb ones].

US News and World Report got its ass handed to it, in spades.

Maybe this will send a message. If they want to stay in business, they had better change their tune.

[and a few dumb ones]

But only a few

I estimate we have a ratio of about 6-1 maybe higher

Man! It makes me proud!

"It is you who are the torch-bearers with respect to that truth.... ...Steel your spines. Inspire your children. Then when the moment is right, rise again...." W PEPPER

US Fake News and Propaganda Report

The perpetrator's tentacles reach far and wide.

I went to the WIKI entry to find out who owns US News And World Report. All the article reveals is that it is owned by US News And World Report LP.

So the real owners are careful not to make their identities readily available. Could there be a conflict of interests?

From Wiki:

The editorial staff of U.S.News & World Report is based in Washington, D.C., but the magazine is owned by U.S.News & World Report, L.P., a privately held company based in the Daily News building in New York City.

Despite its lurid headlines, it conforms to the owner's political point of view, tends to be more conservative than its two primary competitors, Time and Newsweek. It also eschews sports, entertainment and celebrity news.[5]

The answer is in one of the comments

US News and World Report is owned by
Mort Zuckerman, who’s part of the Israel lobby.