Wow, this AP spin on appeals court’s smackdown of Obama executive amnesty is something else

In February of this year, a federal judge in Texas ruled in favor Gov. Greg Abbott after Texas governor challenged President Obama’s executive amnesty.

On Monday the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the ruling that Obama’s amnesty push is unconstitutional, but here’s how the Associated Press framed it:

Well, that’s one way to put it.

The AP tweet sounds like it could have been written by Josh Earnest.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2015/11/09/wow-this-ap-spin-on-appeals-courts-smackdown-of-obama-executive-amnesty-is-something-else/

‘Missed chance’? AP headline just doesn’t do the EPA’s toxic incompetence justice

Remember this past Augustwhen the EPAreleased severalmillion yes,million gallons of toxic wastewater into theAnimas River?

Well, an investigation by the Interior Departmenthas concluded that the EPA was indeed responsible. Who’d’a thunk it?

Via Sen. Barrasso:

Literally and figuratively, the EPA blew it. The governments own report directly refutes the EPAs claim that a toxic spill that caused 3 million gallons of toxic wastewater from the Gold King Mine to poison rivers in three states was likely inevitable. Responsibility for this disaster lands directly on the EPAs doorstep. I want to know who at the EPA will be held accountable for this disaster.

From the Washington Examiner:

Government investigators say the spill at the King Gold Mine in Colorado was caused when a cleanup crew rushed its work, triggering the blowout it hoped to avoid, the Associated Press reported, which obtained a copy of the agency’s report on the investigation.

The probe by the Interior Department found the spill would have been avoided if the EPA had checked on the water levels before digging into the mine, according to AP.

And speaking of the AP, here’s how they reported the news:

“Missed chance”? Really?

That’s more like it.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2015/10/22/missed-chance-ap-headline-just-doesnt-do-the-epas-toxic-incompetence-justice/