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November 28, 2013

Ever wonder why liberals want to censor the Internet?

It's because of what you are reading at this very moment.

Liberals want to control the narrative of American history and alter it to the fit their agenda by revising it in real time. Those of us (and there are millions!) who have a passion for truth are able to draw straight lines that point to reality.

A case in point is the woman who accused members of the Duke Lacrosse team of rape. The story was sensationalized and puffed far beyond its actual reach by a media eager to firm up it's narrative a white, racist America. Team members were nearly imprisoned as the mainstream Marxist media, bloodthirsty for tales of racism, held their cameras high and the microphones close.

Turns out she was lying.

Cameras clicked off and newsroom predators laid in wait until the Trayvon episode emerged years later.

One would think that the conviction of the woman who made the false allegations against the Duke team members would be newsworthy. After all, she who hurled accusations of rape was convicted of murder. She gouged his boyfriend with a kitchen knife, they said.

Local media provided the gory details. The national media barely gave the story a nod. In the end, the false rape allegations garnered 160 nations news stories when mis-believed to be true. Yet, when the murder conviction was confirmed, the national media managed to churn out only three stories.

Duke Rape Accuser Got 160 TV News Stories on Accusation, 3 on Murder Conviction

By Michael W. Chapman /

( – When Crystal Mangum falsely accused several Duke lacrosse players of rape in 2006, there were 160 major television news stories in the first five days after the players were arrested, but in 2013, when Mangum was convicted of murder and sentenced to 14 years in prison, there were only 3 major television news stories, a difference in coverage of 5,233%.

When the Duke lacrosse-rape story broke in March/April 2006, it was huge news, garnering massive, widespread coverage by the networks ABC, CBS, and NBC, as well as by FOX, CNN and MSNBC, and the print press, such as USA Today, New York Times and Washington Post.

Basically, the story was that members of the Duke lacrosse team had  a party on March 13, 2006 at an off-campus house where two strippers had been hired to perform – one of them was Crystal Mangum, then 27 years old. At some point there were some verbal exchanges between Mangum and some persons at the party. Mangum left with the other stripper and later that evening/early morning Mangum told police she had been raped.

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