|Figures if he stuffs enough "research" under his arm, nobody will be able to figure out what's his and what's plagiarized. If it weren't for the confounded internet, his plan would have succeeded.|
Well, not full blame. He didn't want to be greedy. He let his "researcher" share in that glory.
In a phone interview Thursday evening, Williams pinned the blame on a researcher who he described as a “young man.”In other words, and according to his "logic" he asked the "researcher" to find data and when he gave him that data, he no longer thought it was data but his summaries of the data and so he copied it word for word as if it were his own work. Yep. Classic Lib tactic. If you can take enough steps away from the dog poop, you never stepped in it. Of course, only Libs fall for that nonsense.
“I was writing a column about the immigration debate and had my researcher look around to see what data existed to pump up this argument and he sent back what I thought were his words and summaries of the data,” Williams told Salon. “I had never seen the CAP report myself, so I didn’t know that the young man had in fact not summarized the data but had taken some of the language from the CAP report.”
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