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    Angry MSNBC edits their news to favor Bush cabal

    This, along with the other incident mentioned, are the things the major news groups do to prop Bush up.

    Still think the media has a liberal bias? Think again. They're GOP mouthpieces.

    Brew(ing) scandal in Cheney case: "A beer or two"? Why did MSNBC try to hide that?
    by Joe in DC - 2/15/2006 01:20:00 PM


    Were they boozing it up on the Armstrong ranch when Cheney shot the 78 year old guy? Hat tip to Thought Crimes, which we found via Atrios:

    When first posted, NBC news quoted Katharine Armstrong as saying:

    "There may be a beer or two in there," she said, "but remember not everyone in the party was shooting.".

    About an hour later, the quote was deleted from the story.

    The original text was captured by Google and you can see it here.


    The MSNBC web site scrubbed the quote. Why? Who is hiding what here? This sure raises more questions.

    MSNBC has a history of "editing" stories. They deleted Andrea Mithchell's question asking if reporter Christiane Amanpour had been caught up in the domestic spying sweep. Funny how those deletions always seem to benefit the Bush crowd.
    Last edited by Grimmlok; February 15th, 2006 at 02:47 PM.
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