MRC-TV: Motley Discusses Anti-Free Speech Push by Liberals in the FCC

<div style="float: right"><object width="240" height="194"><param name="movie" value="http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/eyeblast.swf?v=GdSUuz8z8z&amp;c1=0x2A3F9C&... name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><embed src="http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/eyeblast.swf?v=GdSUuz8z8z&amp;c1=0x2A3F9C&... allowfullscreen="true" width="240" height="194"></embed></object></div>Media Research Center Communications Director and NewsBusters.org contributing editor appeared live in studio with Glenn Beck on his Fox News program yesterday where he discussed more damning information he's unearthed about FCC diversity czar Mark Lloyd: his ties to Marxist Hugo Chavez defender Robert McChesney. [MP3 audio <a href="http://media.eyeblast.org/newsbusters/static/2009/10/2009-10-07-FNC-Motl... target="_blank">available here</a>]<br /><p>McChesney's leftist group, ironically styled Free Press, co-authored with Lloyd and the liberal Center for American Progress a paper exploring &quot;The Structural Imbalance of Political Talk Radio,&quot; which essentially serves as a treastise to justify &quot;balancing&quot; political talk radio via government regulation. </p><!--break--><p>America's free market capitalist system is antithetical to real free speech, McChesney believes. What's more, McChesney has openly defended Venezuelan despot Hugo Chavez, insisting political dissent is more vibrant in his country than in the United States. </p><p>&quot;Aggressive unqualified political dissent is alive and well in the Venezuelan mainstream media, in a manner few other democratic nations have ever known, including our own,&quot; Beck quoted McChesney. </p><p>&quot;Yes, he is totally in the Marxist tank,&quot; Motley responded, adding that in McChesney's mind, &quot;Chavez can do no wrong.&quot; </p>

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