‘Shocka!’ Boston Globe misrepresents Brown statement on Tea Parties

by Ed Morrissey
January 14, 2010

Give Greg Sargent credit over at the Plum Line blog for a good catch here. Read the following exchange, for which Sargent will have audio shortly, and see what it means to you:

QUESTION: “Scott, what do you think about the Tea Party movement and what they are trying to do?”

SCOTT BROWN: “I am not quite sure what you are talking about, what are they trying to do?”

QUESTION: “The anti-smaller government, sort of anti-establishment organization that is trying to take over the country.”

SCOTT BROWN: “Taking over the country. I think that is a little bit of an exaggeration.”

QUESTION: “Well, they are all over the place and they are trying to take down moderate Republicans. . .”

SCOTT BROWN: “All I know is that. . . “

QUESTION: “Are you completely unaware of that organization?”

SCOTT BROWN: “I’m not quite sure what you are referring to…

Brown’s statement and the Boston Globe‘s report continues at HotAir.com

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