I’m not going argue over my characterization of his quote. I was not trying to change his quote. You are just arguing semantics again. His quote is really immaterial to the point. He could have said anything. If you are paying attention, my point is the AP published quotes from the mayor and the choir director. Whether one or both were accurate descriptions has NOT been determined at this time. Regardless of who is right or wrong, the AP is not at fault for a thing. They reported the facts and included quotes from several parties. I’m not even sure what you nuts are even arguing about.No, that is not true, no matter how hard you try to dress it up.
- you said the mayor "suggested" the collision was deliberate. I have already shown you mischaracterized of the mayor's comments. Again, he did not suggest. He flat-out declared it was deliberate.
- you said I had an issue with the AP. Again, I said nothing about the AP or any other news organization.
Now you want to obfuscate your mistakes by throwing in detritus about the choir leader (which I have NOT mentioned), and some challenge about where I have a problem with the AP - again, implying I said anything about the AP, which I have not. I addressed only the mayor's comments.
Want to try again? I'm trying to have your best interests at heart and take the high road here. You really need to stop digging this hole. It's not a good look.