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"the Chavez Campaign Nervous Breakdown"
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Daniel at Venezuela News and Views reports on the abject intellectual failure of the chavismos and the ongoing student repression. Gateway Pundit has a round-up. Much more on the Venezuela-Colombia conflict from Bryan.

Further evidence of the Chavez nervous breakdown: The paranoid thug-o-crat is going after CNN for instigating his murder. Why? Because of a production glitch in lower graphics:

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Wednesday CNN may have been instigating his murder when the U.S. TV network showed a photograph of him with a label underneath that read “Who killed him?”

The caption appeared to be a production mistake — confusing a Chavez news item with one on the death of a football star. The anchor said “take the image down” when he realized.

But Chavez called for a probe in an interview on state television, where he repeatedly reviewed a tape of the broadcast, questioning why the unconnected photograph and wording were left on screen for several seconds.

“I want the state prosecutor to look into bringing a suit against CNN for instigating murder in Venezuela,” he said. “… undoubtedly it is part of the psychological warfare.”

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(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Hugo Chavez