According to Natural News, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams is in hot water with the public and with network executives after timidly admitting that an incident he said happened more than a decade ago during the early days of the U.S. invasion of Iraq was fabricated.
In an exclusive report by Stars and Stripes, a historic publication focused on coverage of the U.S. military, Williams admitted that he was not aboard a military helicopter that was struck by enemy fire and forced to land during the 2003 invasion, despite the fact that the phony claim has been made by the network — and Williams — for years.
Williams repeated the claim as recently as Jan. 30, when his network covered a public tribute at a New York Rangers hockey game for retired Army Command Sergeant Major Tim Terpack, who provided security for several Chinook helicopters that had been grounded by enemy fire and other conditions, a game to which Williams accompanied Terpack.
In his interview with Stars and Stripes, he apologized for the lie, saying he simply misremembered the events of that day.
The military news site provided additional details:
The admission came after crew members on the 159th Aviation Regiment’s Chinook that was hit by two rockets and small arms fire told Stars and Stripes that the NBC anchor was nowhere near that aircraft or two other Chinooks flying in the formation that took fire. Williams arrived in the area about an hour later on another helicopter after the other three had made an emergency landing, the crew members said.
“I would not have chosen to make this mistake,” Williams told the site. “I don’t know what screwed up in my mind that caused me to conflate one aircraft with another.”
Afterward, Williams ‘fessed up to his Nightly News audience, saying his erroneous claims were part of a “bungled attempt” to express thanks to American troops who helped protect him in Iraq in 2003.
“I made a mistake in recalling the events of 12 years ago,” Williams said. “I want to apologize.”
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The $50,000 donation was only disclosed after The Washington Free Beacon inquired about Clinton Foundation records. Realizing he couldn’t hide it forever, Stephanopoulos then disclosed the donation to Politico‘s Dylan Byers.
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