January 12, 2008
Harry Smith Follows in Rosie O's Footsteps
Moonbats don't have to be rabid psychos blogging from their moms' basements for the Huffington Post to side with Iran in its propaganda war against the USA. Harry Smith of CBS apparently concurs that the thoroughly documented harassment of our Navy ships by Revolutionary Guard speedboats could have been faked.
On the Early Show, Smith mused that "There's something strange about the audio" the Navy recorded of the Iranians' threats. He proceeded to ask a security expert:
Iranian officials are calling this video a hoax, saying those voices sounded like they were recorded someplace else… As you have looked at this tape, listened to — especially the English coming from the Iranians, does it ring authentic to you? Does it seem real?
Smith's paranoid teenager style of journalism is not entirely original. When Iran kidnapped 15 British sailors last March, Rosie O'Donnell preached to her zombie followers that the whole incident had been staged so we would have an excuse to oppress the nice terrorists.
CBS propagandists can be grateful to Rosie for providing such a sterling example of patriotism and journalistic professionalism for them to emulate.
On a tip from Cheetah.
Posted by Van Helsing at January 12, 2008 10:49 AM
They do? Well, that's good enough for me!
Posted by: KHarn at January 12, 2008 7:22 PM
>>Iranian officials are calling this video a hoax,
THAT should have been at the top of my post.
Posted by: KHarn at January 12, 2008 7:23 PM
Hey, maybe we should believe CBS's assertion this video is a hoax. After all, CBS is expert when it comes to fabricated documents.
Posted by: Lyle at January 13, 2008 1:34 AM
Harry Smith should take off his necktie-he not a journalist, he's a useful idiot.
Posted by: Mockin'bird at January 13, 2008 7:32 AM