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Agriculture Department / Sherrod Resignation / Jealous Interview #970767

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 20, 2010
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) The controversy over what Agriculture Department rural development director Shirley Sherrod said at an NAACP speech that led to her forced resignation continued. [On CNN, BigGovernment.com publisher Andrew BREITBART†- says the NAACP agreed with him & rebuked her.] [In interview, NAACP president/CEO Benjamin JEALOUS†- says we have a zero tolerance policy on racism & we acted un a version of her speech statement: that we did not realize a hidden story of a beautiful transformation was there; comments on the politics & extremists of the Tea Party & the new Black Panther Party; reiterates it was Sherrod "testifying" in the full video & the audience reaction to it.]
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