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National Center's Steven Crowder on Occupy Wall Street's Leftist Folly

Speaking about the Occupy Wall Street protesters, National Center media fellow Steven Crowder says that “the media wants to act as though they’re actually accomplishing something when they aren’t” — as opposed to how the media is so negative when it comes to coverage of the Tea Party Movement.  Steven notes these leftist occupiers and conservatives can agree on things such as not wanting to bail out failing banks, but that “bailing out failed business models?  That’s socialism to a T.”  Steven appeared on this edition of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends” program with co-host Clayton Morris on 10/22/11.

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