Unreal… NBC Reporter Brian Williams Claims Pre-Obama US Presidents Were Evil (Video)

Unreal– Not just biased but crazy…

Far Left NBC Nightly News anchor and Obama supporter Brian Williams told David Letterman yesterday that the inauguration was so special because America didn’t have its usual “evil choice” heading to the White House:

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Boy, now there’s a non-biased reporter.

Expect only fair and balanced reporting from that one.

NewsBusters reported:

DAVID LETTERMAN: Paint for us the word picture about the inauguration. It was something for the ages.

BRIAN WILLIAMS: It was stunning. I happen to think it was the largest crowd ever assembled in Washington.

LETTERMAN: We’re talking about three million people in the streets there at the mall.

WILLIAMS: For a public event. It was absolutely stunning. People with tears in their eyes. Dave, people lining up, and this is something I just can’t wrap my arms around, to buy merchandise with any depiction — this is a guy we just elected President. It’s not a rock star or an athlete or an actor. This is our President. To see people, whatever your politics, that excited about our new chief executive after a line of what the ordinary voter would maybe describe as bad choices or choices of evils, for years, generations. [audience laughter] It is unbelievable to me. And, again, this is absent politics. This has to do with history and excitement. As events go, it was a stunner.

It looked like Brian Williams was referring to the “evil” George W. Bush in the segment but caught himself in time to include the other “evil” presidents.

Regardless, it was shameful.

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