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originally posted by: truckdriver42
originally posted by: amazing
And why do people watch fox news again? LOL
Wow! It always just gets worse. Fox news is for dumb people.
Before anyone throws out the "..they are all the same." or "...just like MSNBC on the left." comments... NO Fox is way worse...it's not even close.
I would like to know how you justify that comment in the context of Al Sharlatan on PMSNBC.. With the help of go old Al, they fan the flames of hate more than any "news" network out there but CNN does come close.
Ebonics, also called African American Vernacular English (AAVE), formerly Black English Vernacular (BEV), dialect of American English spoken by a large proportion of African Americans. Many scholars hold that Ebonics, like several English creoles, developed from contacts between nonstandard varieties of colonial English and African languages.
originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: 8675309jenny
edit: to prepare (something written) to be published or used : to make changes, correct mistakes, etc., in (something written)
Edit doesn't always mean altered content. When producers select footage to be used in a broadcast they edit it show the relevant part to which the anchor/reporter comments on.
This particular video was edited to cut off 'are in cell blocks' so that the commentary could be, protesters chant for cops to be killed.
Baltimore Fox Affiliate Edits Protest Footage To Sound Like 'Kill A Cop'
originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
you can call me deaf or what ever you want, i have listened to both over and over again. they both sound the same to me.
i think what everybody is hearing, and i know that i'm gonna get flamed for this, is that the way she is pronouncing killer.
instead of er at the end it sounds like a, such as killer, killa.
now they did cut the chant after killa cop, so it does sound like that if you just heard the fox video.
that is not so much the net work as it is the local station.
originally posted by: FoJAk
Uummmm, I hear the same exact thing in both videos. Both are saying, "so kill a cop". The only difference that I hear is the second video has extra lines afterwards about a "cell block". I don't get what the FOX affiliate did wrong here?
originally posted by: everyone
a reply to: FoJAk
You have to be on the low end of the IQ ratings to make that out of the context and especially the context of the fact that fox cut the video of at the part that made it too clear.
originally posted by: intrepid
originally posted by: 8675309jenny
Just as easily could have been "so kill a cop, around the block"
But it wasn't. Already shown.
ETA: And Fox didn't do their due diligence. All on them.