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ABC News Forced To Apologize For Blaming Tea Party (As Usual)

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Last Edited: July 23, 2012, 9:41 am

As usual, ABC News rushed to the airwaves with the news that the murderer in Colorado was a Tea Party member, because their Obama Cheerleading staff was hoping and praying that he was.

But again, and as usual, they were wrong, and had to apologize after rushing to accuse another man without double-checking (Job One in Journalism 101).

This orange-haired, weirdo-looking, mass murderer is so obviously much more likely to be an Occupier type than a staid, stable, Conservative Tea Party Member, you have to wonder why they didn't rush to see if he was an Occupier.

But no, they didn't, and we all know why. Because they WANTED him to be a Tea Party Member. They PRAYED that he was a Tea Party Member. It would be SO GOOD for their Obama cheerleading agenda if they could just find ONE Tea Party Member doing something heinous to mention in defense of Occupiers every time there are mass arrests of them for crimes of violence and sex crimes in the streets which they are loathe to report.

And it was a half-assed apology on top of it.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/07/20/abc-news-brian-ross-apologize-for-report-suggesting-shooting-suspect-tied-to/

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Comments

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rcbbuckeyeComment by rcbbuckeye - July 23, 2012, 9:54 am
I had a journalism teacher in high school 1971-1972 that would be rolling in her grave right now with how these idiots "report" the news. She would have flunked me in a New York minute if I pulled the s**t these so called reporters pull. That's why I don't watch any TV news. It's all lies and manipulation.
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sully16Comment by sully16 - July 23, 2012, 6:26 pm
y are not journalist, just a bunch of rag wannabees.

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