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Reuters Attacks: Racism 'Often Displayed At Tea Party Rallies'

Diverting blame to conservatives. Shirley Sherrod may have told her story to show how she learned from her racism, but she was racist nonetheless, and she continued her racism in that speech.

The media is trying desperately to blame Fox News for the Shirley Sherrod controversy, even though Fox didn't even air the story until she was fired by Obama. That's the delicious part of this story: it was liberal NAACP and Obama who reacted to the video, not conservatives. Now liberals want to blame those ol' racist Tea Parties with hollow allegations.

Reuters falsely reports that the video was altered.

Reuters- ""When the right-wing noise machine starts promoting another alleged scandal, you shouldn't suspect that it's fake -- you should presume that it's fake, until further evidence becomes available," columnist Paul Krugman wrote in The New York Times...

It was later found that the tape had been altered to misrepresent Sherrod's remarks at a meeting of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the oldest black rights advocacy group. She had in fact been saying that race should not matter....

Images such as Obama with a bone through his nose and the White House with a lawn full of watermelons are often displayed at Tea Party rallies. Tea party leaders say the movement is not racist but concede there are racist fringe elements in its membership.

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