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Friday, March 10, 2017

Liberal Makes Apology And Contribution After Slamming Kid With Cancer. At Least They Stepped Up!

Liberal Pundit Mocks Conservative 

Teen with Brain Cancer

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Liberal comedy show Full Frontal with Samantha Bee mocked a young 
conservative man for his hair—and was forced to apologize after it was
 revealed that he has incurable Stage 4 brain cancer.

Bee aired a video showing young conservatives at annual conference 
CPAC last month, as Full Frontal correspondent Mike Rubens mocked
 them for having “Nazi hair” in a voiceover.

“Just last year, CPAC was dominated by Ted Cruz supporters and chirpy
 little [expletive] with bow ties,” explained Rubens.
He added: “This year, the bow ties were gone and replaced by Nazi hair. 
Nazi hair. Nazi hair. And CPAC was definitely Trump country.”
But one of the attendees Full Frontal accused of having “Nazi hair” turned
 out to be Kyle Coddington, a 20-year-old man who was diagnosed with an 
aggressive, incurable brain cancer. He finished his first round of 
chemotherapy the day before CPAC.

Coddington’s sister, Megan, was the first to draw attention to Full Frontal’s 
horrible error—tweeting: "When @iamsambee makes fun of your brother 
for having 'Nazi hair.' He actually has stage 4 brain cancer, but whatever
 floats your boat.”

Kyle later took to Twitter himself—showing good humor about the whole 
situation, asking Bee to take down the clip because he “look[ed] like a
 balding potato.”

Full Frontal quickly removed the video from the internet, and issued a
 statement explaining that they had already called Kyle and his family 
to apologize. "We wish him all the best in his fight against cancer and
 sincerely, deeply regret offending him and his family,” they said.

Bee also personally apologized via Twitter, explaining that she and her
 colleagues had only learned of Kyle’s condition after the segment aired.

To their credit, Full Frontal didn’t stop there, taking it a step further by
 donating $1,000 to Kyle through his GoFundMe page, to assist with
 his treatment—along with the note, “We wish you the best, Kyle!"
 Source: American Action News