Sally Kohn hasn’t retracted her Michael Brown lie; Update: She doubles down
After Twitchy pointed out this morning that Sally Kohn was completely, ridiculously wrong about the Michael Brown shooting, she could have admitted her error. She could have posted a retraction. She could have tweeted an apology to her readers.
Guess what? She didn’t do any of those things. Instead, about an hour and a half after our article was published, she posted this:
Why would Kohn suddenly post a week-old article about the Ferguson shooting? Probably it was her way of responding to Twitchy’s post. The article she linked to, however, offers no support whatsoever for her still-unretracted claim that Brown was shot while “fleeing” a police officer.
We’re still waiting, Sally.
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Kohn doubles down:
Here’s video of Belmar’s August 10th news conference in which he briefly discussed the circumstances in which Michael Brown was shot:
At no point in the video does he state that Brown was shot while fleeing the police. We’ll believe he said it if and when we see it on video. #surefacts.