May 29, 2011, - 9:13 pm
Right now, many of you might be watching PBS’ annual Memorial Day special, hosted by Gary Sinise and Joe Montegna. But as I’ve noted for the past several years, while it’s a touching show, it’s also hypocritical. That’s because PBS a/k/a Palestinian Broadcasting Service is anti-American and spends 363 days of the year showing far-left biased reports and programs against our troops as they risk their lives and some make the ultimate sacrifice that we remember tomorrow on Memorial Day. This year, it will be 362 days, as not only will PBS host its regular Independence Day broadcast, but tomorrow night, it will do a special featuring the letters American soldiers have sent home from the battlefield during various American wars.
Still, the rest of the year, when PBS is not showing its rare non-political show (“Antiques Roadshow”), the tax-funded television channel is preaching against our soldiers and the wars they are fighting. But when it comes to Muslims–especially Palestinians and those out to kill our soldiers–PBS is always the advocate, bending over backward, for example, to tell us, during Black History month, that Black slaves were Muslim princes. (Few, if any, Black slaves in America were actually Muslim, but almost all Black slaves were sold into slavery BY Muslims, a fact PBS will never tell you.)
And, once again, joining Sinise and Montegna tonight, is Colin Powell, the man who took money from Hezbollah back billionaires to make a speech in Lebanon. Oh, and the man who endorsed Barack Hussein Obama for President, after years of pandering Republicans in the Bush family propping Powell up, despite his leftist foreign policy leanings. He is all over the stage of tonight’s Memorial Day “celebration” on PBS.
The fact is that the typical viewer of PBS is the aging hippie, a 67-year-old cat lady who protested against our soldiers who fought–and many who died–in Vietnam. That’s the real “patriotism” of PBS–its programming executives, donors (if you don’t count American taxpayers who are held hostage), and viewers. They are patriots to the haters of America, not to America itself. And like many of the antique furniture you’ll see on PBS’ “Antiques Roadshow,” you shouldn’t be fooled by the thin veneer of patriotism coated on this fake.
On the other nights of the year, you can see “specials” such as PBS’ “Behind the Lens,” which shows us sympathetic portrayals of extremist Palestinian Muslims in Jordan lying on immigration forms to get visas to the U.S., and HAMASniks from Chicago, like Hatem Abudayyeh, now the subject of federal investigations into funding for Palestinian terrorist groups, including HAMAS. But on PBS, just a few years ago, he was portrayed as a “nice American boy” who goes back to the old country to find a wife. . . and who tells his Muslim friends who long to go to America that America is a bad place, that we are horrible people.
Yup, the same America our soldiers died for, the soldiers we remember tomorrow–the same soldiers PBS pretends to care about, tonight. G-d Bless Their Souls and May They Rest In Peace. And may we never rest until PBS is defunded. As I always say, PBS stands for Pure Bull S–t or Pan-Islamic BS. Take your pick.
We remember our soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice for America tomorrow. PBS only pretends to remember them tonight so that you will sacrifice the contents of your wallet to the continuation of its anti-American programming.
Is that really what our soldiers died for? Not exactly.
Tags: anti-American, Anti-War, Colin Powell, Gary Sinise, Joe Montegna, left-wing, Memorial Day, Memorial Day Special, Palestinian Broadcasting Service, Pan-Islamic BS, PBS, Public television, Pure Bull S-it, twice a year patriotism