On Monday, during their coverage of the Trayvon Martin case, a local Fox news station reported "there's another civil rights group in town, the National Socialist Movement." Though it should be obvious by group's name: the National Socialist Movement, somehow local Fox 35 made the error that this racist white supremacy crew was a "white rights organization" or a "civil rights group." Fox's Jennifer Bisram who contributed to the report also added: "at least ten Florida-based members armed and dressed in all black will patrol the city of Sanford every day, everywhere."
The piece runs a little over two minutes, and even includes an interview with Jeff Schoep, a member of the racist Aryan organization, who said "blacks have Al Sharpton and the whites have the National Socialist Movement." Schoep's remarks did not raise any red flags from the Fox team, who gave him a platform to explain that "the white community...out of concern for their safety," brought in his group.
After noticing their mistake, yesterday Fox posted an update from their editors: "We intended to refer to them as a 'self-proclaimed' civil rights group.