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Why ABC Tried to Blame the Tea Party for Aurora

BonnyB Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 3:34 PM
In 2001 Brain Ross reported that Iraq and Saddam Hussein may have been responsible for anthrax attacks on the United States, citing four anonymous high-level sources who claimed there was bentonite in the anthrax. The White House later stated that "no tests ever found or even suggested the presence of bentonite" and that "the claim was concocted from the start."
The Original King Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 6:01 PM
Bonny..........assuming that you are correct and that, in 2001, Ross was tying Saddam and Iraq into anthrax attacks doesn't that tend to prove that, if anything, ross is just a krappy reporter, NOT that he has a left wing agenda, which (no surprise) Prager believes.
BonnyB Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 3:38 PM
In 2007, Brain Ross reported that a defect in Toyota cars was responsible for "unintended acceleration." As part of his report, he showed video footage of the Toyota's tachometer going from 1,000 RPM's to 6,000 RPM's in a single second.

But the same footage revealed that the car was actually parked with the doors open when Ross claimed it was moving. ABC news confirmed that the staged footage had been spliced into Ross's video.
BonnyB Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 3:44 PM
There's more..............`!`
BonnyB Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 4:21 PM
newt do you see me as evil??
Seventeen76 Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 4:58 PM
"In 2007, Brain Ross reported that a defect in Toyota cars was responsible for "unintended acceleration."

I'm as susceptible to spelling errors as is anyone else, but when you misspell Brian Ross's first name and call him, "Brain," I almost find that offensive.

:-)
BonnyB Wrote: Jul 24, 2012 5:14 PM
LOL !! I was wondering how long it would take someone to catch on. ;-)

hwaet2 Wrote: Jul 25, 2012 11:42 AM
What has that got to do with Ross?

James Holmes is a human earthquake. We are as ill-equipped to predict the eruptions of such human beings as we are to predict the eruptions of the earth.

But that doesn't mean that nothing meaningful came out of the Aurora tragedy.

Something quite important did, though few Americans are aware of it because it has already entered the mainstream media's memory hole.

On ABC's "Good Morning America" on Friday morning, Brian Ross, chief investigative reporter for ABC News, announced to George Stephanopoulos and millions of viewers that there's "a Jim Holmes of Aurora, Colorado page on the...