Jon Stewart points out the massive re-write over at Fox News. While all the other networks picked up on the fairly obvious body language between President Obama and Russian President Putin at the G20 summit. Most noting that it didn't look like the two were seeing eye to eye on Syria. Fox however pulls one of out it's typical bag of tricks and claims Obama looks like a frightened child.
Fox News has a long history of doing this. Turning virtually any headline into an anti-Obama slam. The amount of misinformation is at such a epic level that studies show people who watch no news are better informed that those that watch Fox News. Take this article for example:
From the LA Times:
A coalition of immigrant and human rights groups Friday urged Congress to investigate the Border Patrol's use of deadly force against rock throwers along the U.S.-Mexico border, saying the frequency of such confrontations is disturbing and inhumane.
The request came three days after an agent in San Diego fatally shot a 40-year-old Tijuana man suspected of injuring an agent by throwing rocks and a nail-studded wooden board.
|The story relayed in a factual manner by actual journalists.|
Now Fox's version....
|You would think this about a completely different story if you relied on Fox for your news.|