MSNBC's Bashir Falls for Hoax, Reports Satanists to Rally for Rick Scott; Turns Out It's Part of Mockumentary

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While the mainstream media has been transfixed with the Manti Te'o fake
girlfriend story, it seems many outlets in the gullible liberal media
were biting on another hoax, this one involving Florida Gov. Rick Scott
and a band of Satanists supposedly set to stage a rally expressing their
support for the Florida Republican.</p>
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Among the journalists taken in by the fake story was MSNBC's Martin
Bashir, who could not wipe the devilish grin off his face as he reported
what he thought to be a legitimate news story on his January 14
program, in a segment entitled "Dread Scott."</p><p>Read more at <a href="http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-shepherd/2013/01/18/msnbcs-bashir-dupe…; target="_blank">NewsBusters</a>.</p>

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