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Fox Nation & WND Parrot Kinder's False MIAC Attacks... Eleven Months Late

 You may have thought the controversy surrounding last year's "Modern Militia" report from the state highway patrol had died down, seeing how it wasn't nearly as evil as Peter Kinder and GOP state legislators were alleging.  If so, you'd be wrong.

Today, Media Matters catches the ridiculous Fox Nation website cribbing an article from World Net Daily, and alleging that Jay Nixon "links Christians with violence." 

If this absurd attack sounds familiar, it's because Kinder tried it (unsuccessfully) last March.  The report in question actually talked about the radical Christian Identity sect, not "Christians." And, much to the Republicans chagrin, the report was actually developed when Matt Blunt was governor. 

Try to keep up, Fox Nation.

 

 

 

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