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FAUX News Reports On Occupy Wall Street In Typical Yellow Journalistic Manner: “It smelled of patchouli and urine”

Even though we can’t seem to drag CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, or ABC to downtown Manhattan to cover “Occupy Wall Street” an ongoing demonstration opposing negative corporate influence over U.S. politics and a lack of legal repercussions over the global financial crisis which is currently in its tenth day in New York and as of last night has had over 800 arrests.   FOX New’s Bill O’Rielly and Sean Hannity had absolutely no qualms about sending news crews down to not only show the worst of whats going on but to make fun of them also.

Hannity brought Bill Schulz in, along with Kimberly Guilfoyle, ex-wife of hottie California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom. (and we can see why she’s “ex”, because she’s a total BITCH.)  seemed genuinely revolted by the protesters and called them as “people with absolutely no purpose or focus in life.” Schulz, meanwhile, noted that the smell of the place was “equal parts patchouli, body odor, and urine.” – via Mediate

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  1. WHAT???

    Hey, fucktards, it’s hard to have direction or purpose in life if it’s damn near impossible to get a job, let alone one that pays enough for a house and family, haha let ALONE one that isn’t a soul-squeezing corporate rat-maze. Their “purpose” is to get purpose back. And hold the ones who destroyed it accountable.

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