Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that him saying to his audience "I don't know if what she said on that tape was true"? According to my understanding of the English language, that's not only exactly what he conveyed to his audience, but there is no possibility that it could have been interpreted any other way.
So tell me then... How can Media Matters possibly claim that Beck reported what that woman said on that video tape as factual to his audience? I really want to understand the logic here.
So far, not one person who says the Media Matters story is true, has been able to explain how:
"Beck telling his audience he didn't know if what she said was factual" = "Beck reported the woman's story as factual"