Another Vox article is currently being relentlessly mocked.

What’s the latest embarrassment? Vox.com insinuated that demonstrators in Hong Kong using the “hands up” gesture were inspired by protesters in Ferguson, Mo.

The Washington Post’s Wesley Lowery helped Vox falsely link the two:

Nobody ever put their hands up and said “don’t shoot” before Ferguson?

Any claims that the “hands up” gesture from demonstrators in Hong Kong are inspired by Ferguson protesters aren’t true:

But after he was called on it, Lowery continued to defend the position:

It’s been “exported” to Hong Kong? Keep spinning.

It isn’t inaccurate reporting, it’s just that people are reading it wrong. Got that?

Amazing.

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