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MSNBC Apologizes for Reporting Faulty Romney Klan Connection


MSNBC daytime anchor Thomas Roberts reported today on a blog post from the progressive site linking Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney to a campaign ad with the slogan “Keep America American.” As Roberts notes, the phrase was used as a rallying cry for the KKK during the 1920s:

However, it appears MSNBC and the progressive blog both missed the final 5 seconds of the “ad” which clearly reads “Mitt Romney does not actually support this ad.“ Not to mention the youtube channel that the blog reports the ”ad” to have originated from is not from the Romney campaign but kdipark, whoever that is.

The blog only presents two examples of Romn

Added: Dec-15-2011 Occurred On: Dec-15-2011
By: aranger45
Tags: MSNBC, Apologizes, for, Reporting, Faulty, Romney, Klan, Connection
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  • Interesting, isn't it, how all these irresponsible lapses in judgement occur at the expense of non-Democrats.

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  • Thats why MSNBC ratings suck compared to CNN and FOX

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  • No apology necessary. Romney's slogan was code word for bigotry.

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    • @_Deepthinker
      Lol, you "liberals."
      Racist remarks being in such short supply you now claim that other words are "code words" for that, or other things, meaning of course that you can claim anything means anything you want it to mean.
      It's called "stipulative definition," (A definition that assigns meaning to a word, sometimes without regard for common usage), and really isn't as clever as you think.
      At least not to intelligent people.
      Here, the "liberal perspe More..

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