Here's one comment that got axed. There were at least two others that I didn't get a screen shot of, since the censor was busy at work.
And here's part of the story:
Pranked: Press TV and Russia Today Burned on “Martial Law”But censoring comments that don't agree with His Royal Majesty Gordon Duff is to be expected from Veterans Today.
“No – this has nothing to do with Martial Law.” becomes "Yes" when Press TV and RT are pranked
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Today Russia Today and Press TV joined the ranks of blogger radio pundits in an effort to send thousands of mentally challenged Americans into their storm cellars, heads wrapped in cooking foil, hiding from black helicopters, “Fetzer” energy rays and impending martial law. As American humorist Jim W. Dean so often says, “You just can’t make this stuff up.”
This week, an Army spokesman addressed a terrified crowd in Texas, hoax victims of “yellow journalism.” Today, both Press TV and Russia Today published falsified quotes from that video taped meeting that they seem never to have watched.
Both press organizations falsely claim the US Army said it was training for martial law. They published this with no sources other than reading it off blogger sites.
Duff likes to puff himself up by claiming he served in a Marine combat unit during the Vietnam War, when he was actually a clerk-typist, 'in the rear, with the gear' and got a Purple Heart from a wound sustained by dropping a typewriter on his foot.
The one comment that got censored had the commenter taking Veterans Today to task for writing dubious articles themselves, ending with "Pot, Kettle Black."
The other left said, "What's a little yellow journalism between friends?"
My guess is that Veterans Today 'Grand Poo-Bah,' Gordon Duff, writer of the story, is the one playing God.
But when one adds in that the State Department and Congress were both going after 'RT' this past week for posting stories that didn't jibe with the official BS being peddled, one has to wonder if Duff is part of 'Operation Mocking Bird?'
Throw in the fact that VT has closed comments on this April 29 story and methinks that 'Gordo' has been catching what he never did during the Vietnam War...Flak.