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NBC “Edits” The Pledge Of Allegiance In U. S. Open Prelude! [VIDEO]

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A little creative editing has gotten the network into some hot water with their viewers, me and just about everyone else!

This weekend in an opening segment for the U. S. Open Golf Tournament; NBC ran video of some kids reciting the Pledge Of Allegiance.  Great idea, but they chose to leave a few words out.  Under God .. One Nation and Indivisible to be exact!!

See for yourself here at yahoo.com.

They make it seem like some sort of “accident”!  They didn’t “accidentally” cut out any of the commentary.  They didn’t “accidentally” cut out any of the commercials, or any of the tournament itself. 

Seems most people, including me, are mad about about this .. how about you?

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