American citizens hold the media accountable
This morning I kicked off a campaign to hold the American media accountable. I requested all citizens contact their local newspaper, TV stations as well as national media such as Hannity and Colmes on Fox. The media has given Barack Obama a free ride and has not covered many of the important stories about him. I decided to keep things simple and ask the media why they have not covered perhaps the biggest story of the century, the Philip J Berg lawsuit that states that Obama is ineligible to be
president. Mr. Berg states primarily that irrespective of where Obama
was born, that he is still an Indonesian citizen. Obama, instead of providing a vault copy of his birth certificate or pledge of allegiance to the US, has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit. John McCain provided a vault copy to congress.
First some encouragement. An Ohio Fox affiliate interviewed Mr. Berg.
Watch the video:
Since I try to practice what I preach, I have been contacting media in NC.
For my first effort in this project, I am going to concentrate on the
largest city in NC, Charlotte.
Good news and bad news in Charlotte, NC:
First the good news. WBT radio has done a pretty good job of exposing
the real Obama. Jeff Katz has done the best job at WBT and has covered
the Philip J Berg lawsuit.
I salute WBT radio and Jeff Katz for informing the public.
Now for the bad news in Charlotte, NC:
Not only has the Charlotte Observer not covered Obama, they, in a
disgusting show of uncaring partisan politics, endorsed Obama months
ago. The bias of the Chalotte Observer is evident every day.
So, call or write the Charlotte Observer and ask why they endorsed
Obama without checking him out and why they have not covered important
news about Obama, especially the Philip J Berg lawsuit. If the
answer you receive does not impress you, reconsider your subscription
to the Observer. Also, contact the advertisers of the Observer. Explain
your concerns and that you will boycott their product if the Charlotte
Observer continues their agenda.
The Charlotte Observer has gone through waves of layoffs in the past few
years. Apparently they do not understand what their job is and who they
are supposed to serve.
Although the NC Board of Elections is not the media, I contacted them
recently regarding the Philip J Berg lawsuit. I emailed them several
times and spoke to them once over the phone. I received no response
to my emails. The gentleman I spoke to had been aware of the lawsuit
for several months. He was hesitant to let me talk and instead of
really listening, mentioned the John McCain lawsuit that challenged
his citizenship. That lawsuit was dismissed.
I am putting the NC Board of Elections on notice that the people of NC
are watching. The Berg lawsuit has merit and also we are not going
to tolerate voter fraud.
Contact the media in your area and nationally and voice your concerns.