America's "fair & balanced" "news" network has been caught messing around with video in order to pimp propaganda. So is it any surprise that the Fox propagandists friends used a propaganda driven You Tube video to make yet another propaganda point about those very bad, no good people who don't like their friend Donald Trump?!
Last Wednesday, Brian Kilmeade immediately got the propaganda ball rolling with video of mostly African-Americans protesters at a Donald Trump rally. Kilmeade asserted that "lately, we've seen more and more Trump protests get out of control." (So - message set - anti-Trump protesters (read African-American) are no good and very bad!) To his own question of "so who are the real aggressors," he informed us that that a You Tube "social experiment" could have the answers.
He showed the aforementioned video, done by You Tube "social experimenter" "Joey Salads," which purported to show how people react when faced with a Trump or Sanders sign. The video began with a young man getting aggressive with another young man (the social experimenter) who was carrying a Trump sign. When the guy with the Trump sign switched to a Sanders sign, folks gave him a thumbs up.
The kids on the curvy couch then introduced us to this famous sociologist - nah, just kidding. The guy who did the video is "Joey Salads" who is famous for his 'social experiments" such as the one in which he fake kidnapped three kids at a public park in order to prove a point, based on bullshit stats, about child kidnapping and the one in which he lures drunk women into his car to show how easily they can be raped. Then there's the sexy cleavage vs. breast freeding.
Steve Doocy "explained" that all Joey was doing was "holding up a sign" and asked Joey to describe the reaction. A smirking Joey responded that "people freaked out" on him and, gasp, gave him the finger. (Note that there is no way of knowing if the aggressor is an actor or for real). He claimed that he was "assaulted" (any charges filed?) and accused of being a "racist, fascist, and bigot."
Poor, lil Ainsely Earhardt breathlessly said that when she watched the videos she said "oh, my gosh, you're putting yourself in a very dangerous situation." She asked if Joey was scared. Salads, naturally, said that he wasn't. Doocy reinforced the propaganda: "The footage tells a story. My analysis of it is, it's not the Trump supporters who are the agitators and the troublemakers at these events, it's the anti-Trump people who are causing the problems. Right, is that accurate?" (Guess Doocy didn't see the nice, whit man sucker-punch the black guy at the Trump rally.)
Salads, of course, agreed and claimed that his video was "random." He provided a litany of supposedly, bad behavior on the part of the anti-Trump protesters "and the Trump supporters get blamed for everything, it makes no sense." His message to Trump is "keep doing what he's doing."
When Earhardt said that the videos do show hatred of Trump, Salads came to the defense: "A lot of that hatred comes from twisted headlines and media warping whatever he said into something negative." (like how, if abortion becomes illegal, women should be punished?) He added that "there's a lot of, I don't want to say it, but there's a lot of dumb people out there who don't read past the headline, they don't like to create opinions for themselves and they'll just listen to the media." Salads dismissed those who called him a racist because "I've got plenty of black friends, so I'm no racist."
Doocy did the Foxsplaining: 'You were just holding up a couple of signs and we were able to gauge the reaction." (And as "Criswell" asked in the great "Plan 9 From Outer Space, "can you prove that it didn't happen?")
ROFLMAO - "Dumb people who don't like to create opinions for themselves" = FOX NEWS VIEWERS!!!!!!!!!!!