Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Liz Cheney Responsible For Egyptian Revolution According to Fox Reporter Juan Williams Who Was Having Brain Seizure

Foxy Lady Cheney National Hero

by Winsip Custer CPW News Service

Appearing with Chris Wallace on Fox News on Sunday, February 13, was Juan Williams, who became one of the highest paid African American reporters following his firing from NPR for comments made on Fox News' O'Reilly Factor.  Hired by Fox after his split from NPR, Williams said that the success of the Egyptian Revolution was owed to Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice-President Dick Cheney and wife Lynn.  

Moderator Chris Wallace quickly cued up a recording of Mr. Cheney to verify what Mr. Williams had just said, but instead, a tape of Vice President Joseph Biden asking the government of Iran to prepare for a similar revolution, appeared.  "That's not the right one," said Wallace, "but we are obviously focusing on the Cheneys today."

Obviously, and phone calls from all over the world bombarded the Fox News switchboard as those sympathetic to the Egyptian Revolutionaries called to thank Liz Cheney for being the hero of their revolution and encouraging Mr. Mubarak to return his ill gotten gains just as Liz Cheney promised she would do with the Cheney fortunes from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...Vietnam and Central American.

"We know that Mubarak was in power for thirty years, but  Cheney is such a persuasive personality that she was able to do in a single speech what others could not do in decades and against all kinds of American interference with progress over time until the crap pile was so deep that you couldn't see the camel," said one caller.  "Under Mubarak, Egypt was an American secret renditioning site, but Ms. Cheney was able in her speech to help us to forget about all that," the caller continued.

Juan William of Fox News
It was anticipated that Juan Williams would join the Cheney's for dinner at the home of Donald Rumsfeld, Mount Misery Plantation.  Mount Misery is also where abolitionist Frederick Douglas was renditioned before being returned to his slave owner in the South before the Civil War.  "I'm especially looking forward to seeing that dungeon where Douglas was tortured.  I'm a real history buff," said Williams who was asked if the box of Depends he was unloading from the back of the black limo was for Mr. Rumsfeld or Mr. Cheney.
"Either. Both," he said.

For a video of Mr. William's comments on Ms. Cheney's speech which Williams credits with changing the culture in Egypt see.....at 05:00.....

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