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Well what do ya know? More liberal hypocrisy from CNN’s Rick Sanchez as he slams Bill O’reilly and the conservative gang at FOX NEWS for the recent outbreaks of violence on “Main Street America” . Sanchez blames Fox News for conjuring thoughts of fear and violence within the weak minds of its viewers.
Sanchez claims that the Pittsburgh shooter of three policemen “no doubt” listened to Fox News and “Right Wing” Radio.
Sanchez then has a discussion with a 2nd Amendment supporter . I don’t have to tell you how it turns out but you be the judge.
Watching this is actually quite hilarious.
Sanchez berates O’Reilly, Beck, and Hannity for overly dramatic reporting and being hard right loons yet this interview, particularly his tone makes him look like a Fox wannabe.
Besides what makes Rick Sanchez think he can fairly judge those who support 2nd Amendment rights?
Isn’t this the same Rick Sanchez that murdered a man with his car while driving under the influence in 1991?
February 12, 1991, Tuesday
TEST: SANCHEZ DROVE DRUNK
BYLINE: BY DON VAN NATTA JR
Blood tests reveal that WSVN-Channel 7 television news anchor Rick Sanchez’s blood level exceeded Florida intoxication levels when his car struck and critically injured Jeffrey Smuzinick in mid-December 1990; Sanchez insists test’s results are mistaken; Smuzinick remains in coma
BUT WAIT IT GETS WORSE:
February 16, 1991, Saturday
SANCHEZ CHARGED, WILL STAY ON AIR
BYLINE: BY DON VAN NATTA JR
Miami (Fla) WSVN-Channel 7 news anchor Rick Sanchez will maintain regular on-air work schedule, despite recent charge of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident; station says it ‘stands behind him’; Sanchez declines comment
17 February 1991
St. Petersburg Times
A Miami television anchorman has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol in a December accident in which police say he left the scene after hitting a man and returned later.
Rick Sanchez, anchor for WSVN, was charged Friday with one count of DUI, a first-degree misdemeanor in the Dec. 10 accident outside Joe Robbie Stadium, prosecutor Kathleen Hoague said.
If convicted, Sanchez faces a maximum of six months in prison and a $500 fine.
A blood test showed Sanchez had a blood-alcohol level that night of .15 percent. A person with a .10 level is considered legally drunk in Florida.
The man Sanchez hit was critically injured and remains in a coma at North Shore Hospital.
Ms. Hoague said Friday that she thinks Sanchez was driving drunk at the time of the accident, but prosecutors decided not to charge him with causing bodily injury while driving drunk, a third-degree felony.
NOW ACCORDING TO WIKIPEDIA:
On December 10, 1990, Sanchez struck a pedestrian, Jeffrey Smuzinick, with his car while driving drunk on a residential street near Dolphin Stadium. Smuzinick was paralyzed and eventually died from his injuries in 1995. Sanchez, who had just left an NFL football game with his father (and left the scene of the accident), was not charged with causing the accident, but was charged with and pleaded no contest to DUI.
Sorry about my redundant quoting but after reading what Rick Sanchez did to poor Jeffrey Smuzinick who died from his injuries after Rick Sanchez struck him with his car while driving DRUNK makes me want to scream H Y P O C R I S Y. And he got off!!!!
How dare Sanchez point fingers at O’Reilly. Hannity. Beck or any 2nd Amendment supporter after he killed someone with his car while driving drunk?
That is all. I have nothing more to say but what a hypocritical DICK.
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