MRC Blitzes Times Square With “Stop Censoring The News” Billboards

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Over Presidents’ Day weekend, the Media Research Center put up five massive billboards footsteps away from Times Square. The ad buy, worth 230,000, is the largest in their 26-year history, and will generate 1.4 million “eyes on impressions” during the several weeks the billboards will be towering over the intersection.

All five billboards direct viewers to, where they can sign a petition demanding the national news media stop spiking stories that might hurt the Obama Administration or slow down Obama’s agenda.MRC President Brent Bozell:

“During the 2012 election, the liberal media moved beyond bias. They actively and repeatedly censored any story that could have jeopardized Barack Obama’s re-election. Now in 2013, they’re censoring any story that could slow his administration’s second term agenda. Their behavior is as disgraceful as it is unprecedented. These billboards – located in the hub of the liberal media’s nerve center – put them on notice. The American people are sick and tired of the establishment media’s collusion with the Obama Administration, and won’t stand for a corrupt press willing to censor the news.

Some of us are also sick of establishment Republicans allowing themselves to get rolled by treacherous libs over and over and over again.

To wit: Duh!… Former RNC Chair Says it Was Mistake to Use Lib Crank Candy Crowley as Debate Moderator:

The geniuses at the Republican Party continue to impress.
Frank Fahrenkopf, a co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates, and former chairman of the RNC, admitted this week that using liberal crank Candy Crowley as a debate moderator was a mistake.

Thank you Captain Obvious. Next time, how about insisting on debate moderators who aren’t the committed lefties all of them were in 2012? Is that too much to ask of the STUPID party?

Last Sept, Bozell called the media rigging of the 2012 election, “the worst liberal bias in 25 years.”

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