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Desperate CNN: Hey, those Tea Party nuts aren’t so bad after all. Please, please tune in!

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 7, 2010 12:49 PM

They’re more than a year late and a dollar short. After incessant mockery, vulgar epithets, and condescension, desperate, ratings-starved CNN is now sending me e-mails touting the fact that one of their producers is saying nice things about Tea Party activists. From CNN’s publicity department:

Hi there,

I thought this might be an interesting post for you– a behind-the-scenes piece about the Tea Party and how the stereotypes don’t tell the full story. Let me know if you need anything else!

Reporter’s notebook: What really happens at Tea Party rallies

“Let me know if you need anything else!”

Yeah, I need an airsickness bag.

Don’t bother clicking on the link. The last place anyone should go to find out “what really happens at Tea Party rallies” is the network that sent out hysterical Susan Roesgen out last April to sneer at Tea Party activists in Chicago. Remember? Who can forget:

That is CNN.


Related: Mirabile dictu! The Associated Press discovers minority Tea Party members and the vitriol they face for straying from the liberal plantation.





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