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Fake Liberal Bias Story On Hannity&Colmes

Reported by Deborah - May 21, 2005

On May 19th, Wells College student Nicole Krogman appeared on H&C charging that she was suspended before graduation because of her conservative political beliefs. Krogman claimed that she did not turn in her independant study assignment on time because the due date was changed without informing her. She added that she was unfairly accused of plagiarism because of her political leanings because she had actually taken quotes from her own previously written articles.
Hannity concentrated on questions surrounding Krogman's unfair treatment by Wells leading her to clearly declare that she was being victimized because she was a conservative. He made sure that viewers knew that the article in question was about Dan Rather sending the red flag alert out to the faithful to feel sorry for this innocent student who had been targeted by Dan Rather loving liberal academia.

Here's the part of the story that Hannity conveniently forgot to mention.

Nicole Krogman's article in The Cornell American, a conservative publication at Cornell University was titled Why CBS is Rather Awful.The Syracuse Post Standard claimed that only a small portion of the article was in Krogman's own words. The article was rerun in The Onyx verbatim. So Krogman's claim that she was quoting herself is a major distortion. Also one of our readers did some research on Krogman's articles and came up was some compelling evidence that only a few sentences were original.

After months of attacking Dan Rather for the National Guard story, Hannity proves again that he will do anything, no matter how dishonest, to advance his hate campaign. The fact that Fox News continues this atrocious behavior is unforgivable.

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