People on Twitter are accusing CNN’s Wolf Blitzer of making an on-air connection between the Tea Party and the Boston Marathon explosions.
Here we go â€“ CNN Wolf Blitzer blames anti-tax group or tea party for Boston Marathon explosion http://t.co/JN3rodhC3E— Surfingmurph
@pbsgwen @pourmecoffee Wolf Blitzer already blaming Tea Party.— DDCain
RT @emzanotti: And it starts… RT @joebrooks: CNN’s Wolf Blitzer just speculated if anti-tax groups were behind the bombing WITH ZERO EVIDENCE.— Nance_e
@kkay711 “Wolf Blitzer speculating that the anti-tax Tea Party members could be involved, unbelievable for him to say such a thing.”— Scott
Looks like I’m off to workout and then punch the Fu*k outta the first liberal asstard I run across. He can thank Wolf f***ing Blitzer.— Jeremy Michael
So it just just 3 hours to lay blame on conservatives. Way to Wolf Blitzer! Pathetic.— Shayne Zucker
CNN Wolf Blitzer blames anti-tax group or tea party for Boston Marathon explosion— Sidney Reilly
So fucking predictable: Here we go â€“CNN Wolf Blitzer blames anti-tax group or tea party for Boston Marathon explosion http://t.co/h9N8iMOzmv— Karen
Wolf Blitzer is REALLY blaming the #TeaParty for the Boston explosions? What a partisan douchebag.— Joe Wermter
Asbolutely disgusting that @wolfblitzer speculates there is a link between #Bostonmarathonbombing and Patriots Day? http://t.co/bL0XdL6B3z— Nick Hawatmeh
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer just speculated if anti-tax groups (otherwise known as Tea Party) were behind the bombing WITH ZERO EVIDENCE— Justin Carley
“It is a state holiday in Massachusetts today called Patriots’ Day and, uh, who knows if that had anything at all to do with these explosions.” —Wolf Blitzer, CNN
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