CBS6 reporter Alix Bryan doesn’t like when people lend a hand to a business destroyed  by the “diversity” mob under false pretenses, so she does what every supposedly “non-biased” media hack does, try and get it shut down on bogus fraud charges.

Her now deleted tweet:

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Two more sent down the memory hole.

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Dana Loesch reached out to reporter’s employer, WTVR CBS 6, to report the employee’s actions, as she was tweeting from what seemed to be an official blue-checked account:
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The CBS station responded that the employee was tweeting from her personal account:
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Alix Bryan apparently got taken to the woodshed by her employers:

Of course, the ‘apology’ is less than honest; it’s pretty clear from her tweets that she was celebrating the attacks on the pizzeria, that her purpose was not to honestly look for whether it was a fraud or not.

Not to mention it takes 15 seconds for someone of normal intelligence to discover that Dana Loesch and the Blaze folks were behind the fund.

Moreover, as we noted above, it wasn’t exactly her “personal account”.


Ms. Bryan offered a ‘clarification’ of what she was trying to do. Let’s look back at more of her tweets where she calls the pizzeria folks “weirdos” and bigoted, and asks “why do they need this money?”, and draw your own conclusions…

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Denouement for Alix Bryan?

The local CBS station has removed the twitter account listing of reporters that it had on its main twitter account:
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Bryan’s twitter profile which had listed her employer, now no longer does.
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