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Faux News up to another dirty lie: Fox News aired a 2011 photo of a Japanese convenient store to bash 'bare shelves Biden'
Jan 14, 2022 17:48:03   #
rumitoid
 
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Sophia Ankel
Thu, January 13, 2022, 6:53 AM

"Fox News Primetime" appeared to have aired a 2011 photo of an empty Japanese convenience store to bash President Joe Biden over inflation.

In its Wednesday segment, the show at one point superimposed an image of Biden over a picture of empty shelves at a store, as can be seen in a clip published by Mediaite.

That photo was actually taken by the Associated Press photographer Shizuo Kambayashi on March 15, 2011, shortly after the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami.

As that image appeared on the Fox News segment, the guest host Rachel Campos Duffy said: "Throughout the country supermarket shelves remain barren. From New York to Virginia, all the way to Alaska, people are left without groceries and can't put dinner on the table," as can be seen in the Mediaite clip.

"And they are upset. No surprise, #BareShelvesBiden was trending on Twitter. But, perhaps, what is most troubling is this might only be the beginning," she said.

Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

The report comes as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual inflation hit 7% in December — the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Some grocery shelves across the country have been left bare this week following persistent supply-chain issues, which have largely been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, DailyMail.com reported.

In response to the inflation figures, Biden said that had been some progress in slowing the rate of inflation, but acknowledged there was "more work to do with price increases still too high," Reuters reported.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-aired-2011-photo-135347483.html

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Jan 14, 2022 17:54:21   #
Liberty Tree
 
rumitoid wrote:
Insider
Sophia Ankel
Thu, January 13, 2022, 6:53 AM

"Fox News Primetime" appeared to have aired a 2011 photo of an empty Japanese convenience store to bash President Joe Biden over inflation.

In its Wednesday segment, the show at one point superimposed an image of Biden over a picture of empty shelves at a store, as can be seen in a clip published by Mediaite.

That photo was actually taken by the Associated Press photographer Shizuo Kambayashi on March 15, 2011, shortly after the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami.

As that image appeared on the Fox News segment, the guest host Rachel Campos Duffy said: "Throughout the country supermarket shelves remain barren. From New York to Virginia, all the way to Alaska, people are left without groceries and can't put dinner on the table," as can be seen in the Mediaite clip.

"And they are upset. No surprise, #BareShelvesBiden was trending on Twitter. But, perhaps, what is most troubling is this might only be the beginning," she said.

Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

The report comes as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual inflation hit 7% in December — the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Some grocery shelves across the country have been left bare this week following persistent supply-chain issues, which have largely been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, DailyMail.com reported.

In response to the inflation figures, Biden said that had been some progress in slowing the rate of inflation, but acknowledged there was "more work to do with price increases still too high," Reuters reported.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-aired-2011-photo-135347483.html
Insider br Sophia Ankel br Thu, January 13, 2022, ... (show quote)


You have no problem with all the fake stories your leftwing sources run. Still the hypocrit.

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Jan 14, 2022 18:06:41   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
rumitoid wrote:
Insider
Sophia Ankel
Thu, January 13, 2022, 6:53 AM

"Fox News Primetime" appeared to have aired a 2011 photo of an empty Japanese convenience store to bash President Joe Biden over inflation.

In its Wednesday segment, the show at one point superimposed an image of Biden over a picture of empty shelves at a store, as can be seen in a clip published by Mediaite.

That photo was actually taken by the Associated Press photographer Shizuo Kambayashi on March 15, 2011, shortly after the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami.

As that image appeared on the Fox News segment, the guest host Rachel Campos Duffy said: "Throughout the country supermarket shelves remain barren. From New York to Virginia, all the way to Alaska, people are left without groceries and can't put dinner on the table," as can be seen in the Mediaite clip.

"And they are upset. No surprise, #BareShelvesBiden was trending on Twitter. But, perhaps, what is most troubling is this might only be the beginning," she said.

Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

The report comes as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual inflation hit 7% in December — the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Some grocery shelves across the country have been left bare this week following persistent supply-chain issues, which have largely been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, DailyMail.com reported.

In response to the inflation figures, Biden said that had been some progress in slowing the rate of inflation, but acknowledged there was "more work to do with price increases still too high," Reuters reported.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-aired-2011-photo-135347483.html
Insider br Sophia Ankel br Thu, January 13, 2022, ... (show quote)


It's not fake or superimposed ..... it's a reality in Biden's America today......

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Jan 14, 2022 18:27:10   #
vernon
 
rumitoid wrote:
Insider
Sophia Ankel
Thu, January 13, 2022, 6:53 AM

"Fox News Primetime" appeared to have aired a 2011 photo of an empty Japanese convenience store to bash President Joe Biden over inflation.

In its Wednesday segment, the show at one point superimposed an image of Biden over a picture of empty shelves at a store, as can be seen in a clip published by Mediaite.

That photo was actually taken by the Associated Press photographer Shizuo Kambayashi on March 15, 2011, shortly after the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami.

As that image appeared on the Fox News segment, the guest host Rachel Campos Duffy said: "Throughout the country supermarket shelves remain barren. From New York to Virginia, all the way to Alaska, people are left without groceries and can't put dinner on the table," as can be seen in the Mediaite clip.

"And they are upset. No surprise, #BareShelvesBiden was trending on Twitter. But, perhaps, what is most troubling is this might only be the beginning," she said.

Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

The report comes as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual inflation hit 7% in December — the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Some grocery shelves across the country have been left bare this week following persistent supply-chain issues, which have largely been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, DailyMail.com reported.

In response to the inflation figures, Biden said that had been some progress in slowing the rate of inflation, but acknowledged there was "more work to do with price increases still too high," Reuters reported.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-aired-2011-photo-135347483.html
Insider br Sophia Ankel br Thu, January 13, 2022, ... (show quote)


The only thing I can say is you don't go to the stores in your neighbor hood.

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Jan 14, 2022 20:50:23   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
rumitoid wrote:
Insider
Sophia Ankel
Thu, January 13, 2022, 6:53 AM

"Fox News Primetime" appeared to have aired a 2011 photo of an empty Japanese convenience store to bash President Joe Biden over inflation.

In its Wednesday segment, the show at one point superimposed an image of Biden over a picture of empty shelves at a store, as can be seen in a clip published by Mediaite.

That photo was actually taken by the Associated Press photographer Shizuo Kambayashi on March 15, 2011, shortly after the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami.

As that image appeared on the Fox News segment, the guest host Rachel Campos Duffy said: "Throughout the country supermarket shelves remain barren. From New York to Virginia, all the way to Alaska, people are left without groceries and can't put dinner on the table," as can be seen in the Mediaite clip.

"And they are upset. No surprise, #BareShelvesBiden was trending on Twitter. But, perhaps, what is most troubling is this might only be the beginning," she said.

Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

The report comes as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual inflation hit 7% in December — the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Some grocery shelves across the country have been left bare this week following persistent supply-chain issues, which have largely been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, DailyMail.com reported.

In response to the inflation figures, Biden said that had been some progress in slowing the rate of inflation, but acknowledged there was "more work to do with price increases still too high," Reuters reported.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-aired-2011-photo-135347483.html
Insider br Sophia Ankel br Thu, January 13, 2022, ... (show quote)


Tell you what. I'm off Sunday, and Monday, so I'll go to the two grocery stores nearest me, take pictures, and post them for you.
I'm in Amarillo, TX. with two major grocery warehouses here. Affiliated Foods, and Ben E Keith. As well as having multiple beef, and pork processing plants within 70 miles of here. Our shelves are getting emptier by the day.
Did you ever imagine you would have a hard time finding a box of Saltine crackers? Huh? Well, me neither, but it's here.

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Jan 14, 2022 21:49:02   #
RobertV2
 
archie bunker wrote:
Tell you what. I'm off Sunday, and Monday, so I'll go to the two grocery stores nearest me, take pictures, and post them for you.
I'm in Amarillo, TX. with two major grocery warehouses here. Affiliated Foods, and Ben E Keith. As well as having multiple beef, and pork processing plants within 70 miles of here. Our shelves are getting emptier by the day.
Did you ever imagine you would have a hard time finding a box of Saltine crackers? Huh? Well, me neither, but it's here.


Picture-taking _now_ is, in a way, relevant to the issue of what's happening during the Biden administration.

But it wouldn't address whether or why Fox used a 2011 photo to try to show something derogatory about the Biden administration. Is it just because Fox is that careless? Is it because Fox doesn't care what's true or not? Is it because Fox doesn't know the difference between "2022" and "2011"?

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Jan 14, 2022 22:45:39   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
RobertV2 wrote:
Picture-taking _now_ is, in a way, relevant to the issue of what's happening during the Biden administration.

But it wouldn't address whether or why Fox used a 2011 photo to try to show something derogatory about the Biden administration. Is it just because Fox is that careless? Is it because Fox doesn't care what's true or not? Is it because Fox doesn't know the difference between "2022" and "2011"?


Don't really care, Robert. Could just be laziness. Fox ain't the only "news" network caught doing this stuff.
In my opinion, all news networks have an agenda, and twist, and edit to fit their narrative. I go by what I see with what you will tell me are my own lying eyes.
I watch local weather in the morning so I know how to dress, and prepare for work, and even they lie. So............

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Jan 14, 2022 23:14:38   #
Rose42
 
RobertV2 wrote:
Picture-taking _now_ is, in a way, relevant to the issue of what's happening during the Biden administration.

But it wouldn't address whether or why Fox used a 2011 photo to try to show something derogatory about the Biden administration. Is it just because Fox is that careless? Is it because Fox doesn't care what's true or not? Is it because Fox doesn't know the difference between "2022" and "2011"?


Like the way ABC news did trying to pass off video from a gun range as an attack on Syria? Is it because they don’t care whats true or not? There are CNN examples too but some of you only care about Fox.

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Jan 15, 2022 19:47:45   #
son of witless
 
rumitoid wrote:
Insider
Sophia Ankel
Thu, January 13, 2022, 6:53 AM

"Fox News Primetime" appeared to have aired a 2011 photo of an empty Japanese convenience store to bash President Joe Biden over inflation.

In its Wednesday segment, the show at one point superimposed an image of Biden over a picture of empty shelves at a store, as can be seen in a clip published by Mediaite.

That photo was actually taken by the Associated Press photographer Shizuo Kambayashi on March 15, 2011, shortly after the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami.

As that image appeared on the Fox News segment, the guest host Rachel Campos Duffy said: "Throughout the country supermarket shelves remain barren. From New York to Virginia, all the way to Alaska, people are left without groceries and can't put dinner on the table," as can be seen in the Mediaite clip.

"And they are upset. No surprise, #BareShelvesBiden was trending on Twitter. But, perhaps, what is most troubling is this might only be the beginning," she said.

Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

The report comes as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual inflation hit 7% in December — the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Some grocery shelves across the country have been left bare this week following persistent supply-chain issues, which have largely been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, DailyMail.com reported.

In response to the inflation figures, Biden said that had been some progress in slowing the rate of inflation, but acknowledged there was "more work to do with price increases still too high," Reuters reported.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-aired-2011-photo-135347483.html
Insider br Sophia Ankel br Thu, January 13, 2022, ... (show quote)


If what you said is true then shame on Fox news. It is extremely easy to find empty shelves in today's supermarkets. I fail to see why they couldn't ask some Jimmy Olsen Cub Reporter to go get a real picture of a row of empty store shelves. Shame on Fox News for being lazy.

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Jan 16, 2022 02:21:07   #
Smedley_buzkill
 
rumitoid wrote:
Insider
Sophia Ankel
Thu, January 13, 2022, 6:53 AM

"Fox News Primetime" appeared to have aired a 2011 photo of an empty Japanese convenience store to bash President Joe Biden over inflation.

In its Wednesday segment, the show at one point superimposed an image of Biden over a picture of empty shelves at a store, as can be seen in a clip published by Mediaite.

That photo was actually taken by the Associated Press photographer Shizuo Kambayashi on March 15, 2011, shortly after the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami.

As that image appeared on the Fox News segment, the guest host Rachel Campos Duffy said: "Throughout the country supermarket shelves remain barren. From New York to Virginia, all the way to Alaska, people are left without groceries and can't put dinner on the table," as can be seen in the Mediaite clip.

"And they are upset. No surprise, #BareShelvesBiden was trending on Twitter. But, perhaps, what is most troubling is this might only be the beginning," she said.

Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

The report comes as the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that annual inflation hit 7% in December — the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Some grocery shelves across the country have been left bare this week following persistent supply-chain issues, which have largely been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, DailyMail.com reported.

In response to the inflation figures, Biden said that had been some progress in slowing the rate of inflation, but acknowledged there was "more work to do with price increases still too high," Reuters reported.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/fox-news-aired-2011-photo-135347483.html
Insider br Sophia Ankel br Thu, January 13, 2022, ... (show quote)


Is that anything like those "kids in cages" pics that the lamestream ran? You know, the ones that had pictures of kids in cages, blaming it on Trump when the pics were taken in 2012? I notice you were completely silent then. Oh, that's right! Your boy the Halfrican was president then, so it doesn't count.
In case you haven't looked, thanks to your boy the Senile Sock Puppet, gas prices are up more than fifty percent. The propane I heat my home with is up a little over thirty percent. Groceries up more than ten percent, the worst inflation in forty years and the idiot you voted for says there's "still more work to do." Who'da thunk it?

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Jan 16, 2022 02:21:33   #
nonalien1 Loc: Mojave Desert
 
son of witless wrote:
If what you said is true then shame on Fox news. It is extremely easy to find empty shelves in today's supermarkets. I fail to see why they couldn't ask some Jimmy Olsen Cub Reporter to go get a real picture of a row of empty store shelves. Shame on Fox News for being lazy.


They used a file photo to get a message across. Big deal. I remember when Hillary was running for senator of New York she gave a speech and everyone booed her. NBC added a soundtrack of cheering people . Now that is wrong in my opinion. Fox should have used a current photo but they didn't change history

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Jan 16, 2022 08:40:06   #
son of witless
 
nonalien1 wrote:
They used a file photo to get a message across. Big deal. I remember when Hillary was running for senator of New York she gave a speech and everyone booed her. NBC added a soundtrack of cheering people . Now that is wrong in my opinion. Fox should have used a current photo but they didn't change history


Fox would slam the left for doing this if the shoe was on the other foot. We can't act like brain dead leftists when Fox makes a mistake and defend them no matter what. I would guess that some assistant vice producer was given a deadline to get a picture and took a shortcut, but I don't know.

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Jan 21, 2022 20:01:27   #
nonalien1 Loc: Mojave Desert
 
son of witless wrote:
Fox would slam the left for doing this if the shoe was on the other foot. We can't act like brain dead leftists when Fox makes a mistake and defend them no matter what. I would guess that some assistant vice producer was given a deadline to get a picture and took a shortcut, but I don't know.


I said they should have used a current photo but the whole thing is a non issue . A smart store manager rearranges things on the shelves to make them look fuller so someone like Rumi wouldn't notice anyway.

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