Nolte: NBC News Caught Deceptively Editing Columbus Shooting Video and 911 Call

Far-left NBC News has once again been caught deceptively and dishonestly editing a 911 call to gin up racial tensions. Only this time, the racial arsonists took things a step further by also deceptively editing body-cam footage.The unedited audio and video of the 911 call and police shooting of a 16-year-old girl in Columbus, Ohio, makes two things clear: 1) the 911 call is from a terrified female desperate for help in a situation where someone is trying to stab someone else, and 2) the officer shot a 16-year-old black girl wielding a knife and who looked to be about a half-second away from plunging it into another young woman.Normally, I am pretty careful about announcing guilt or innocence in these situations, and while other facts might yet come out, the 911 call and the video seem to me to be the very definition of a righteous police shooting, of a police officer using deadly force to save another person’s life.In this case, a white police officer shot a young black woman to save the life of another young, black woman.Naturally, just like these fraudsters did with George Zimmerman’s 911 call eight years ago, NBC News has once again been caught maliciously and deceptively editing the Columbus 911 call and video to remove the desperate report of a stabbing and the near-stabbing just before the shooting.Here is what is believed to be the original and unedited audio and video. CONTENT WARNING: Very graphic:

Source: Nolte: NBC News Caught Deceptively Editing Columbus Shooting Video and 911 Call

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