The other side of the Russia-Georgia conflict, cut off

I’ve been more than annoyed lately by the way the US has stuck its nose into the affairs of Russia vs. Georgia.  We’ve made a big enough mess with invading smaller countries, we  don’t have room to talk.

The amount of biased coverage in the US press makes all this seem a little shady – I have nothing against Georgia and hope to visit it someday, but our media here has plastered them as the innocent victims on headlines everywhere.  A one sided opinion is never valid, and I hope people will recognize this.

If you want to see a prime example, here you go.  Russian trying to tell their side of the story and abruptly getting cut off.  Obviously this is not what Fox wanted to hear…

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  1. AK

    One of the Republican nominee’s campaign managers was on the payroll for Georgia. Fox news operates solely off Republican talking points. Can you say “conflict of interest?”

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