HOW CONVENIENT: GMA Edits Racist Comments from #EricGarner Berkeley Riot Report

Published on December 7, 2014

Typical behavior from the mainstream media. Check it out…

ABC’s Good Morning America edited out racist comments made by a Radio Shack employee in Berkeley, California from an ABC News report on the violent protests there Saturday night.

The protests were supposedly in support of Eric Garner, the Black petty criminal who died as he resisted arrest last July in New York City.

The ABC News report was syndicated to stations around the country. Bright House cable NewsChannel 13 in Orlando aired the unedited video on Sunday report but does not have the video online as of this writing.

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ABC affiliate KGO-TV in San Francisco, the originator of the report, has the unedited video on their website, along with a different text report packaged for affiliates that has the racist remarks. The racist Radio Shack employee is shown from 2:00 to 2:25 in the video.

Sergio Quintana was the reporter on the scene and author of the text report.

WLS-TV in Chicago is carrying the text report that has the unedited racist remarks.

“”Kid with a hammer comes in, throws brake fluid like he was going to light the store on fire,” said employee Joseph Reindl. “Guy with a crowbar comes in and starts stealing stuff.”

Read more: Gateway Pundit


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