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Today’s “Walter Cronkite” Award Winner is Steve Doocy of Fox News

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Steve Doocy of Fox News
Today’s Walter Cronkite Award Winner
During the heyday of CBS News, Walter Cronkite was often cited as “the most trusted man in America” after being so named in an opinion poll.
In keeping with Cronkite’s exalted position as America’s ultimate truth-teller in reporting the real news in an unbiased manner, I’m proud to announce that Steve Doocy has again proven that Fox News’ mantra of “unfair reporting by unbalanced reporters” is the gospel in reporting the news.
Shortly after the Wisconsin State Senate voted to basically abolish the right of public employees to be represented by unions, Steve “The Comedian” Doocey reported the event by saying, If the Wisconsin Democrats don’t like what happened in Wisconsin, “Too Bad.”
The comedian’s comment is in keeping with the dispassionate and unbiased reporting of the news, right?
In fact it’s somewhat similar to Walter Cronkite’s reporting of the bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese on Dec 7, 1941 when he said, “If the American GIs stationed at Pearl Harbor don’t like what happened, that’s “Too Bad.”
Congrats Stevie; keep up the good work! We should let everyone know of your amazing record as a Delusional Comedian; you are far too modest.

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