Weird Video Pops Up On YouTube For “Fox Nation vs. Reality”

I swear I had nothing to do with this:

Yep, that’s my ebook “Fox Nation vs. Reality.” I’m not sure how that got posted to YouTube or who was responsible, but I am oddly drawn to the electronic, British narrator’s sultry recitation.

And speaking of my book … It is currently #4 in Media Studies, and #4 in Political Advocacy, on Amazon. If you haven’t picked up your copy yet, please consider doing so now. It’s a revealing and entertaining look into the blatant dishonesty practiced by Fox News at their bile-drenched community web site, Fox Nation.


3 thoughts on “Weird Video Pops Up On YouTube For “Fox Nation vs. Reality”

  1. I saw this same thing done on You Tube for Sam Harris’ book, which I had already read, Letter to a Christian Nation. It was read by a male British accented voice so you are in good company. Maybe Bill Maher will invite you on to his show?, wouldn’t that be great!

  2. That’s a text to speech engine, it has nothing to do with the British, it could have been with a French accent or whatever.

    • It sounds like news as read by my car’s Navi.

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