The hoax was that the US Chamber of Commerce had caved and come onside with the whole "climate change" big lie.The other day there were Tea Parties outside Big Media outlets all over America. Right outside the outlets' headquarters! Yet they ignored them, arrogantly deeming them "not news", even though the news was that the Tea Partiers were daring the Big Media to tell the People what they were saying about the Big Media.
On the other hand, should someone perpetuate an elaborate hoax such that it'd be something the Far Left and the Big Media want to happen, well, the Big Media goes nuts and immediately, excitedly, breathlessly tells the People about it.
Just look at how nutty they get, using CNBC as an example. Not that I even know what the hell CNBC is, anyway. They're so insanely excited they call it "BREAKING NEWS!!!", as if it were the next 9/11, just happened a minute ago...
Oh, my... they're also conspiracy theorists. Blaming the White House for a hoax!
A CNBC anchor interrupted herself mid-sentence Monday morning to announce that the network had “breaking news,” then cut away to reporter Hampton Pearson, who read from the fake press release.
Pearson quickly followed up with a second report saying the “so-called bulletin” was an “absolute hoax.” Smelling a rat, CNBC’s Larry Kudlow demanded to know whether the White House had been involved.
And we learn of the existence of yet another Far-Left extremist group...
The Yes Men, a left-leaning activist group that often impersonates officials from organizations they oppose, took responsibility for the hoax.The extremist group, for its efforts, gets its propaganda statement reported by the Big Media...
Hmm... this crazy-asshole nonsense requires funding. They blew a cool $500 on a special room for the purpose of impersonating a Chamber official in a phony press conference.
Andy Bichlbaum—an alias the activist uses for Yes Men demonstrations—told POLITICO that his group is targeting the Chamber for what he considers “retrograde” positions on climate change.
“Clearly, there is a question of who is hoaxing who,” Bichlbaum said. “I think the Chamber is hoaxing the American public at this point.”
Who'd be stupid and crazy enough to give such fringe-element extremists any money at all? I smell... George Soros! Who else? Soros, we know, funds such crap all the time.