Luke Hellier Retracts His Apology to Senator Al Franken

Back on March 3rd, Luke Hellier penned a blog post at Minnesota Democrats Exposed that was so inaccurate that Luke actually got around to including a public apology for what he wrote. Hart Van Denburg covered Luke’s apology at CityPages where Luke admits to making a mistake and apologizes to Senator Al Franken for the screw-up:

Luke Hellier Retracts Al Franken Apology

However, as Ang pointed out here, sometime between March 3rd and today, Luke Hellier removed his apology to Senator Al Franken from his post:

Luke Hellier Retracts Al Franken Apology

Seriously. It’s gone. He actually apologized then sneakily retracted his own words. What is up with that?

Luke, I have to ask: What’s the shelf life on sincerity?

4 thoughts on “Luke Hellier Retracts His Apology to Senator Al Franken”

  1. Luke Hellier is a total slimeball. A complete disservice to actual political discourse in the state. It’s shameful.

  2. Calling that a “retraction” is inaccurate and overly kind. A retraction is where someone states that they got something wrong and regret the error. This guy just deleted the portion of his apology/original-retraction that apologized to Franken. Pathetic.

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