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Memphis reporter mocks Mormon beliefs

July 08, 2011
source: ABC 4 News

Photo from ABC 4 News.

MR says: Talk about a biased news reporter with an agenda. So unprofessional.

A local Fox television news reporter in Memphis recently mocked the beliefs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during a "man on the street" segment.

The segment is part of a series of reports on the Mormon faith which aired on WHBQ-TV (My Fox Memphis) in the past week.

During one report, conservative talk radio show host Ben Ferguson goes out to interview random people on the street to jokingly ask if they could identify the presidential candidate who believes good people will "get their own planet."

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vjickie said...

09:39 AM
on Jul 13, 2011

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I can't wait until someone asks me about "getting my own plsnet"! That will be the perfect intro to teach them a full blown discussion on the Plan of Salvation! I already have the circles ready! Mocking is out of ignorance, but we can teach them the truth!

wharf54 said...

08:25 AM
on Oct 12, 2011

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Our church is called The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.It is so funny that people running for president has to use religion to get a vote.

bhornab said...

12:06 AM
on Apr 08, 2012

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Well said wharf.

bridget said...

12:45 PM
on Oct 09, 2012

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Sounds like Ferguson himself is in the running for his own planet. It's called hell.
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