Earlier today we published the police report from Fall River documenting the desecration of a Jewish cemetery. The report contradicts reports from WBZ and the Boston Globe (Boston.com is the Boston Globe for people too stupid to figure that out on their own)
As you can see, the police submitted to evidence pictures of gravestones with the words “Oy vey, ethnic cleaning, Jew bastard, and Kike” written on them. Nowhere in this official police report, written by the responding officer who was called to the cemetery, does it mention the phrase, “This is MAGA country.” (If the Fall River police issue a report that adds This is MAGA country we will report on that update as well.) So then where did WBZ and the Globe get this from? According to WBZ’s David E. Wade, who has called our reporting “erroneous,” it was written on one of the gravestones.
@GerryCallahan Hey Gerry. Maybe you just quickly retweeted that completely erroneous tweet without really taking a closer look. But here's the picture from the story that is right there on our website. Figured your followers might want the facts. Take care. pic.twitter.com/qGndjcc2fz
— David Wade (@davidwade) March 20, 2019
So it appears as if WBZ is now accusing the Fall River Police of lying on the police report. What other conclusion can you reach? The cops say it wasn’t there but WBZ has video of it being there. Except read the rest of the report:
“Jeffrey said that maintenance was on the way to clean the headstones that were vandalized and to put the two headstones that were knocked over back up. Jeffrey stated that he just wanted to report the incident before maintenance came and fixed the damages.”
In other words, by the time the cops got there maintenance was already on the way to clean up the vandalism. WBZ got there hours later after this story became publicized. Hmmmm….
Notice the handwriting.
“This is MAGA country uses lower case letters that the other gravestones don’t (n, h), and was clearly written by a different person than the other two gravestones. I’m not going to hypothesize or draw any conclusions that can’t be backed up with proof. I’m just going to stick with the facts, and the fact is that the police did NOT report anything about “This is MAGA country,” which is clearly written by a different person.
Sorry David E. Wade, looks like the tweet wasn’t so erroneous after all. Keep in mind, David is still mad at us from another fake news story his station reported on in May, which we thoroughly debunked. He got mad about it and blocked us back when we were allowed on Twitter.
The story was about a kid from Framingham whose parents were whining that he was coming home hungry because he didn’t have money for school lunch. Meanwhile we found this on the kid’s Facebook page.
And he was flying all over the world with his parents, who clearly weren’t cutting corners anywhere.
David hates when we call his station out for reporting fake news. Sorry David, I don’t know how “This is MAGA country” got on that headstone, but it wasn’t there when the cops arrived. FACKS.
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