Believe it or not the Industrial Legacy Media are selling this as an apology.
(Washington Examiner) — NBC’s Bob Costas admitted that he made a “mistake” by airing his thoughts on the the Jovan Belcher shooting during a broadcast of Sunday Night Football, though he suggested “the gun lobby” had “orchestrated” some of the backlash.
“What I was trying to say was, that if you want some perspective on this, there are a number of issues related to this that we could begin to talk about and think about,” Costas said on The Dan Patrick Show. “The problem was that I didn’t have enough time to get to many of them” in the short time available during that segment.
“Maybe I gave the audience too much credit, but I said, ‘if you’re looking for perspective, a bit of it can be found’ — and my implication there — with every second counting; I had maybe 50 seconds total for this — my implication was ‘a bit of perspective, here’s one aspect of it,” he also said. “My mistake there was that I left it open to too much misinterpretation.” (read more)
NO BOB – Your mistake was believing that people tune in to football games so they can listen to your liberal logic about social issues like gun control. We don’t, and quite frankly you are full of yourself, jackass. No one cares about your opinion – stuff it.