1. Interview on CBS, not MSNBC where neither Bloomberg or Couric makes no mention of Tea Party, only presumed. Does link an MSNBC radio show however no mention of Tea Party. /fail
2. LA Times, not MSNBC. Actually mentions the Tea Party but only in the context of 'liberal commentators blaming the attack on the violent imagery evoked by some "tea party"'. MSNBC is actually mentioned in the article though, only through a quote from Giffords on MSNBC. /fail
3. ABC news, not MSNBC. /fail
4. reference to ABC news, not MSNBC. /fail
5. CNN interview with Barney Frank, not MSNBC. no mention of Tea Party. /fail
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Luckily for the NAACP office, the bomb turned out to be somewhat of a dud, and nobody was injured.An improvised explosive device was detonated against the exterior wall of a building housing the Colorado Springs chapter of the NAACP on Tuesday, officials said.
The explosion knocked items off the office walls but no one was injured.
Agents from the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives went to the scene after the blast to gather evidence and place markers.
The FBI said that a gasoline can was placed next to the device but the contents did not ignite.
Article is here.
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