Video of the piece has now surfaced on youtube.
Watch as the reporter sardonically states "you don't do that
because that's when the secret service steps in", while his
yes people, including Joe Scarborough himself, who seem to be
having their own conversations in the background, start braying
"Tase him, tase him bro" like automated robots:
Evidently in the new America sign waving and enjoying
your first amendment right is now considered a matter for the
After the comments, which are reportedly a year
old, were hyped by the mainstream media, it quickly became apparent
that a manufactured frenzy was in full swing when some newspapers
wrote false reports claiming Cotillard had retracted her comments
It is clear that this move was designed to foster
a default position media response when it comes to any future
story involving 9/11 truth.
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With Oscar winning Hollywood actresses, legendary
musical performers and a whole host of other notable public figures
joining the hundreds of professors, scholars, former congressman,
former intelligence agents and ex government officials that have
questioned the official story of the attacks, together with the
thousands of independent researchers, there is no longer any doubt
that the 9/11 truth movement has gone mainstream.
In response there has been an increased backlash,
driven primarily by a mainstream media in its realization that
its archaic role and very existence is under direct threat from
the huge awakening and independent search for the truth that is
bubbling up to the surface of mainstream culture.
In its transformation from an underground phenomenon
to a predominant cultural movement, 9/11 truth, as with any movement
of significance that has come before it, has inevitably evolved
and broadened, forging a truth movement per se.
This is something of which the establishment media
is frightened to death.
There are, of course, those who will stick with
the establishment, those who refuse to accept this cultural change,
those who find it less appealing and more of a tiresome struggle
to think for themselves.
The kind of people who will agree with Bill O'Reilly
when he threatens
any "truther", his definition of which
is a person who does not agree with every uninformed thing he
Those people who, when we write an article detailing
the building of concentration camps in America, will simultaneously
deny the existence of those camps while calling
for us to be incarcerated and tortured within them.
We keep coming back to the following quote but there
is no other that better describes the awakening and the resultant
backlash we are currently witnessing:
"First they ignore you, then they ridicule
you, then they fight you, then you win."