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Thursday, July 26, 2012
ABC: Sorry There's No Tea Party Link to Shooter
Sometimes you can tell that someone really, really meant to do or say something. Not by their facial expression or tone of voice; instead, it's how fast they say they're sorry when you call them out on their behavior.
That's what I charge ABC News has done in apologizing for correspondent Brian Ross speculating as to a Tea Party connection between theater shooting suspect James Holmes and an Aurora, CO area Tea Party. As this news coverage shows -- and it links to my e-mail letter to ABC on behalf of Gotham Tea Party, and ABC's quick response back -- ABC is having difficulty getting past this controversy.
In reality, I believe ABC is only sorry...that there was no connection between the shooter and the Tea Party.
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