Fox television on Tuesday pulled a recent episode of animated series “Family Guy” from television and Internet sites after unrelated clips that were edited together to depict a bombing at the Boston Marathon went viral on the Web.
“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane slammed the mash-up as “abhorrent.” It appeared a day after two bombs ripped through the crowd at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and wounding 176.
** After posting this, I found that Alex Jones has said this is proof that the Boston Massacre was a “False Flag”. I will leave the interpretation to the viewer individually, but would like to speak for myself, as the one who posted this on CDN. I do not believe this Family Guy episode proves a “False Flag”. The facts may prove me wrong, but I believe it is another terrorist attack by a Muslim Extremist. I do, however, find this very eerie. Life imitating art, if you will. But there are plenty of things that happen every day that are eerie. I had a “strange dream” last night, that quite honestly has left me with an “eerie” feeling all day today. I won’t go into the “gory” details here, but it has given me a strange, eerie feeling of “deja vu”. Just as with my dream, I believe this episode is simply an eerie occurrence. But, since we are addressing this, I believe that we have become too complacent in society with the “cartoons” of today. But this is just my humble opinion.
** Second update: After reading yet another article, it seems that the entire video has been edited. Since I do not watch the show, all I can do is rely on the reports I read. If there are some “Family Guy” fans out there, I would love to get your input. If indeed Alex Jones did edit this clip, that proves what kind of a person he really is!
It also appears that YouTube has removed one posting of the video, so I am sure it will not be long before this one is gone as well.
H/T The Daily Bail:
Season 11 Episode 16 | Aired on 03/17/2013
An episode of Family Guy, which was first aired less than a month ago, eerily predicted the Boston Marathon bombings, depicting the main character, Peter, detonating two bombs in addition to winning the marathon by killing the rest of the participants. It is important to note that the video shows two clips from different points of the show edited together, but they are from the same episode.