The fact-challenged publication's newly issued “Statement on Scott Thomas Beauchamp” fails to pass the smell test.
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so desperately wants to believe are both commonplace and accepted in its day to day operations — and it is a
p>It's also a bad thing that an admittedly terrible person like Scott Thomas Beauchamp might actually be facing
. You see, in the army that
would have representing America, not only is Beauchamp not an exception, but his admittedly atrocious actions are condoned and accepted, not investigated or punished. To go against that would be to break the template, and that is a cardinal sin to the leftist niche media in this time of war.
p>Here's a thought, to build on the one expressed above: “If further substantive information comes to light,” I, or JD Johannes, or Matt Sanchez, or David Beriain — not
— will share it with you.
p>We will be there in the next few weeks. Matt, in fact, is already there.
had its chance — more than once â€“ and they blew it. It may be time to leave it to the aforementioned professionals now, who have two major advantages on them: (1) We are all right with reporting honestly, regardless of what the effects are, and (2) we actually know what the heck it is that we are talking about.