CNN Anchor Who Suggested Using Water Hoses in Ferguson is Replaced

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The CNN anchor who had the mitigating gall, the intestinal fortitude, to suggest that police use water cannons as an alternative to smoke bombs and rubber bullets has suddenly gotten ghost from her chair yesterday.
Rosemary Church incited a Twitter inferno — and a death glare from her cohost Errol Barnett — after she suggested that police break out the water hoses on protestors in Ferguson like they did on the demonstrators during the Civil Rights Movement.
CNN acted quickly on the Church, who hails from Ireland and Australia, and obviously knows little to nothing about the social implications of police using water cannons on protestors.
Barnett introduced his temporary replacement:

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