Soledad O'Brien Loses The Narrative

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CNN Anchor's Implosion Rocks Lamestreams
The Daily Caller reports that Wikipedia has frozen its entry on Critical Race Theory, reverting to the version of the page that existed before her on-air implosion in debate with Breitbart.com's Joel Pollak.

At the time, O'Brien--evidently citing the first line of the Wikipedia entry--claimed that Critical Race Theory had nothing to do with white supremacy. However, the same entry she relied upon--or which producers provided via her earpiece--mentions white supremacy twice.

The Daily Caller quotes a senior Wikipedia editor as saying that the entry is being frozen for a short time because of attempts to cover for O'Brien--and competing attempts to uncover the cover-up: "Given the flurry of reverts by and of anons yesterday I’m semi-protecting the article for a week."

As for O'Brien, she has yet to correct the record, and attacked Pollak for an entire segment in her Monday show, leading even sympathetic media critics to mock her attempted "do-over." She has asked angry viewers to "stop tweeting" her about the subject.
(from breitbart.com)

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