LIES FROM BRIAN WILLIAMS - ARMY CHOPPER
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There's a great book out there called STOLEN VALOR and it exposes sickos and wannabes who try to deceive others into believing they are "war heroes," former Navy Seals, or highly-decorated Green Berets.
People like that deserve our contempt. They should be shunned by genuine combat veterans and disabled soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen.
Some of our comrades-in-arms, like retired Army SFC John Lilyea, who runs an excellent web site called http://thisainthell.us (there's a link to them on our home page) have done a great job exposing these fakes, phonies and frauds.
Now, Army air crew members have called out NBC News anchorman Brian Williams. In an interview with STARS and STRIPES they vented their displeasure with the fact he's been telling lies about him being in a helicopter that was hit by enemy ground fire over Iraq in 2003.
That never happened.
WASN'T THERE UNTIL AN HOUR LATER
The truth is, it was another Chinook chopper that was struck, and prima donna Williams didn't come along in a different aircraft until at least an hour later.
But that didn't stop the mainstream media pretty boy from spreading his lies about false valor during the 12 years since that flight took place.
MilitaryCorruption.com has obtained tapes of a broadcast of the David Letterman Show in which Williams unequivocally states he was in a helicopter hit by RPG fire. Bullshit!
Now, our MCC sleuths have uncovered more lies by the "face of NBC," the most leftist, Obama-loving American network on the air.
MORE LIES FROM NBC'S ANCHORMAN
So you can see what a BS artist Williams is, we are going to quote some of the unlikely and improbable things he claimed he experienced and did during his coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
We have confirmed that Williams and his NBC crew stayed at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the French Quarter and that that part of the city, the highest elevation in New Orleans, had wind damage to buildings but absolutely no "flooding."
Another lie Williams told was related to fellow NBC broadcaster Tom Brokaw:
In his dreams.
Brian Williams is such a congenital liar one thinks he might have watched too much of NBC's Saturday Night Live. Remember the character on that show played by comedian John Lovitz? He was the pathological liar who always topped one falsehood with another bigger one and then proclaimed "Yeah, that's the ticket."
NBC ought to - at a minimum - suspend Williams without pay for a reasonable period, or outright fire him. Politicians are expected to embellish and exaggerate. News anchormen, however, who lose their credibility by spouting falsehoods over a period of many years, need to be fired and sent to a facility where they can get some help.
Chet Huntley, David Brinkley and John Chancellor must be spinning in their graves.