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Establishment Media Protecting Obama And Helping Iran Get Nukes?

Iran Nukes Telegraph

There’s an interesting pattern developing in the establishment media coverage, or should we say non-coverage of the debate over Obama’s planned deal to allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon. The big dinosaur TV networks have persistently refused to cover or have given the absolute minimum coverage to anyone opposed to Obama’s dangerous deal with the radical Muslim state.

The networks refused to cover Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress wherein he laid-out in frightening detail the Iranians’ culture of terrorism and violence against Israel and the West and their regular announcements that they plan to wipe Israel off the face of the Earth with nuclear weapons.

The networks claimed this was strictly a business decision since Netanyahu’s speech came during their prime morning programing of talk, soap operas and other uplifting cultural contributions, but fair enough – their dollar, their choice.

But what if someone wanted to BUY  time to explain why the Iran deal is bad for America and the West and the networks refused to sell it – in essence censoring the debate?

Three former U.S. Senators have developed a new 501(c)(4) organization, known simply as the American Security Initiative. The mission of the organization is centered around the Iranian nuclear negotiations in an effort to address the “potential threat posed to America by Iranian nuclear proliferation.”

The group was founded by former Sens. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), Norm Coleman (R-MN), and Evan Bayh (D-IN), who are by no means limited government constitutional conservatives or the kind of “right-wingers” the media loves to hate, planned a $500,000 ad buy to show that growing threat of an attack on American soil. Coleman has been a strong critic of the Iran nuclear talks.

The 30-second commercial features a van making its way through the city, while the radio plays various quotes about the ever-growing national security complications. At the end, a bomb is seen in the van and it subsequently explodes, followed by a brief statement urging viewers to pressure Congress into passing the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act.

The major networks’ specific reasoning for turning down a-half-million dollars in advertising revenue by not running the commercial is unclear. Meanwhile, the cable giant Comcast is running the commercial in local markets. Comcast owns NBC, which is refusing to run the ad.

To see the ad that the networks won’t show you click here and then we urge you to contact your Senators and Representative (the Capitol Switchboard is 1-866-220-0044) and urge them to see the ad and vote YES on the “Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act.”

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