That is an awesome example and that's precisely what they do. They tell enough to change the entire context of a story. Which clearly = propaganda.<quoted text>
I'll go with you on WWW, but faux is a propaganda mill. They may not always tell a lie, but you'll find they are hard pressed to tell the WHOLE truth. I'll give a prime example. I have a friend that had some kittens on her roof. She climbed a ladder onto the roof, went over the the kittens, grabbed them by their back legs and slug them in the air as far as she could. When the kittens hit the ground, they were dead! What a gal! That's a faux news type story. Now, what I told you about the kittens was true, 100% true. But, it wasn't the WHOLE truth. Actually she didn't know the kittens were on the roof when she went up there, and the kittens were already dead, already dried up dead,, before she slung them off the roof! So, what sounded like a one thing, was quite another. That is typical of you Faux wingnut extremist propaganda mills.
Prosecute the bush cartel/crime family!
The Charles Manson cult stood alone....and so does Fox. There's no other station that would stoop to it's level, such as Murdoch's reporters tapping the phone of a missing teenage girl, impeding investigation and later, the girl turned up dead. It's no different than them tapping the phones of fallen soldier's families. This type of information gathering cost Murdoch's News Corp alot of money. It caused suicides and imprisonments.
An extensive study showed that Fox viewers had a low score for comprehension.