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'Malicious Virus' Scheme Plagues Conservative Blogs Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Fri, Jul 13, 2012, 10:00 PM

Four years ago when Barack Obama was campaigning for President, an odd statement, "clicking on this article can lead to a malicious virus," appeared on the Google search engine. It was intruiging, since the so-called "malicious virus" messages just appeared on news Websites that tended to post negative stories about Obama.

Guess what? The Obama stuxnet virus has re-appeared again at the very moment the President is hitting the campaign trail. Should one consider this form of censorship a sign of respect or a nuissance? What do readers think about this indirect form of censorship?

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written by Tammy , July 14, 2012

Amazing!

There are two ways to skin a cat. It appears the PDF versions of articles on Dallasblog though are not affected by this "Malicious Virus". Perhaps, all articles can post the PDF version. Any articles that had the PDF version posted are not affected. We enjoy reading this blog and would appreciate this gets resolved one way or another!



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written by Viktor Dirk Spencer , July 18, 2012

Tom, There have been unconfirmed reports (as in YouTube audio captured) of terrestrial talk radio broadcast hosts like Eric "Mancow" Muller getting JAMMED when they have conspiracy theorists and critics of FEMA and Homeland Security on their programs. Government-sponsored or blessed censorship is very real in America.



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