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5 Years After: 7 Worst Media Attacks on Tea Party

Journalists call group ‘terrorists,’ ‘racist,’ murderers and more.
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ABC Uniquely Highlights Barack Obama's 'Betrayal' of Fort Hood Victims

ABC's Nightline on Tuesday night uniquely highlighted the "betrayal" of Fort Hood victims by Barack Obama, exposing how the President "used" survivors as props for the 2010 State of the Union ...
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Entertainment Tonight Whacks Pope Benedict and His 'Stained' Legacy

Tuesday's Entertainment Tonight ran quite the hit piece on Pope Benedict, promoting the distorted anti-Catholic documentary on the clerical abuse scandals and revisiting ABC reporter Brian ...
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There He Goes Again: Brian Ross Highlights Shooter's Neo-Nazi Links as 'Right-Wing'

ABC journalist Brian Ross, who on July 20 smeared the Tea Party as connected to a mass killing in Colorado, on Tuesday described the racist views of another shooter and his connection to Nazi, ...
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Another Tea Party Terrorist Smear

ABC's George Stephanopoulos and Brian Ross somehow linked a Colorado mass murderer to an innocent Tea Party protester with the same name. This was supposed to be a news studio, not a campaign war ...
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ABC Forced to Apologize for 'Incorrectly' Linking Tea Party to Mass Murder in Colorado

Hours after mass murder at a 12am showing of the new Batman film, ABC News reporter Brian Ross went on Good Morning America and recklessly speculated that the killer could be a Tea Party member. ...
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Brian Ross Just the Latest Liberal Reporter to Smear Conservatives After Tragic Shootings

ABC’s Brian Ross's disgusting attempt to link Friday morning’s tragic shooting to a Tea Party member is just the latest example of the liberal media’s knee jerk reaction to impugn ...

Networks Use Bridge Tragedy to Build Support for Higher Taxes

Minnesota disaster brings out media tendency to promote government, though they bash businesses under the same tragic circumstances.
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