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Didn't I feel completely unbiased fashion you're focusing on the NBA coverage of the Occupy Wall Street protests where I spend a good deal of this -- accident at.
Contrast with -- -- driven figures on live television here I'm here I'm -- and grabbed.
That that that the encryption that is with me and look at of the headline of the wash the front page the Washington Post -- -- Room.
Today yesterday got a couple is -- -- I've been saving it all this time.
Just to have -- here this is this is great TV let's.
The -- pay us at.
From digital visual of what I've not apologize.
It's not a lot of things going on -- that data failure this -- here I just.
Stigma hey if your gonna I think that's good candidate here is from digital is my -- of the Washington Post.
Is that they found the one American flag never ever seen it in his Occupy Wall Street thanks to put me put it there.
And I've been an act by what Washington.
Several times and it's not American flags this.
Communist why is much -- -- mutilated and -- -- -- patriots that's not right -- that is what makes -- in particular but to suggest that I've read on the and that's not that's all of this is back.
But I think I think it -- get it it it's when that wouldn't you know again -- more fast enough to operate on Paper -- -- that when I see this sort of thing when I see the kind of go glowing gushing coverage of Occupy Wall Street.
I am shocked.
That the mean the media now are actually doing the Democrats a disservice or so and fractured by the story.
Of protesters and trying to think that there are living with -- and you know the -- six -- on.
That and if you turn on MSNBC an entire day you know entire prime time is spent numerous -- thing about who that rested distaff the others are.
It's this is a case where.
That the enthusiasm for the ideology of it and the memory of it.
Has gotten better of the news judgment on the left and they I think they truly think that they are creating some paradise in terms of -- -- and you've been there you know different I've been the one in Washington there's two in Washington a bit of both of them.
There are no paradise is.
I think this misses.
It's their it's got some momentum now coverage I think it's if it's in state but it is based out of a false.
Premise and -- -- you -- you would assume would you would disagree I assume that the media coverage has been -- biased in favor of the user.
Groups this is what Allison Johnson a couple years ago when the Tea Party movement grew up there was a tendency among many in the media to try to marginalize.
-- try to ridicule to see ease on the craziest of wacky this person there and try to make that emblematic of a broader.
Movement and a broader sense out and America.
And and and I think frankly we've seen a lot of the same thing -- Which you sit there is a great feeling out in this country -- feeling the squeeze in frustration by middle class people.
That these protests around the country have given voice to him now of the messages perfect now.
Is the message perfectly clear no but that our Perreault.
We dismiss and ridicule and try to marginalize it because there's something very real about it it was a version that was expressed by those Tea Party folks over the past couple years essentially aiming their rhetorical -- government.
This is the same frustration with a rhetorical firepower is aimed at the excesses of of corporate America I think they they are both.
Very very real laughter.
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