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The Hill Earns Community Notes for Harrison Butker Headline

Fuzzy Chimp

As Twitchy reported Friday, Mollie Z. Hemingway had just two words for The Hill after it published its headline: "You lie." The Hill was anxious to keep the train rolling on the story of Kansas City Chiefs placekicker Harrison Butker, a Catholic who gave a Catholic commencement address at a Catholic college, noting that Fox News pundit Laura Ingraham had backed Butker.

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The Hill's headline remains up, but is now accompanied by a Community Note:

Readers added context they thought people might want to know

Butker did not tell women their place is in the kitchen. He said, "[A]ll of my success is made possible because a girl I met in band class back in middle school would convert to the faith, become my wife, and embrace one of the most important titles of all: homemaker."

The Hill apparently thought it could take a shot at Ingraham while it was at it and turn it into a story about Fox News.

Community Notes simply quoted the speech, which most of its critics seem not to have watched. Nowhere did he say women's "rightful place is in the kitchen."

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Why is Ingraham a cable news anchor and not at home in the kitchen if she backs him up?

It's almost as good as a satire headline that The Onion would come up with these days.

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