Skip to comments.Following investigation, Houston Chronicle retracts eight stories
Posted on 11/09/2018 11:51:51 AM PST by DFG
On July 31, the Houston Chronicle published a front-page story with a provocative headline. "'We've moved on': Political anger after Harvey has eased," it declared, adding: "Experts believe disaster response is unlikely to be a factor in November."
It was a significant story by veteran reporter and Austin bureau chief Mike Ward. It asserted that Houston residents initially fed up with the uneven government response to Hurricane Harvey actually weren't going to blame politicians after all. The story began with West Houston resident Betsy Scheer, whose anger had faded. She was going to vote Republican.
"My friends are mostly the same way now," she was quoted as telling Ward.
(Excerpt) Read more at houstonchronicle.com ...
Proof that fake news is a real thing.
“Action follows external review of former staff reporter accused of fabricating sources”
Who knew they’d find fake stories in a demonrat stronghold?
I am shocked, I tell you........s-h-o-c-k-e-d (smirk).
Houston Comical taking the old saying, “You Can’t Make This $4!7 Up!” as a challenge.
Electing Democrats to run things is akin to inviting a perpetual disaster. Whatever faults occurred in response to an unpredictable natural events is nothing compared to Detroit or Baltimore or South Chicago.
New York and Los Angeles turned themselves around a bit - largely under Republican leadership, and largely due to so many billions in foreign money pouring in.
Old white dude-
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