In her latest WorldNetDaily column, Janet Porter continues her crusade to expose what she says is Barack Obama’s ineligibility to be president he is “an impostor from another country” and that the media has “blocked any news of his birthplace and citizenship” and even censored “paid advertising that tried to expose it.”
Today WND reports that Porter was indeed shut down by various networks when she tried to buy advertising for a 60-second expose ahead of Congress’s certification of the Electoral College results:
WND columnist Janet Porter told WND she found that out when her organization, Faith2Action.org, tried to purchase airtime to publicize information about the eligibility concerns.
She told WND that national networks that refused to sell her time for a 60-second commercial included CNBC, MSNBC, Headline News, CNN and Fox. Washington, D.C., outlets for the same organizations did the same.
While we may not be able to see her commercial on television, we can at least see it via YouTube:
Apparently, the veracity and importance of this ad depends primarily on what you consider the meaning of the word “fact” to be.