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Morning Oopsy: The CBS Edition

AP has an unusual story out on Kountze High School, which banned cheerleaders from putting bible verses on their banners cheering on the football players. The Texas school previously allowed the young ladies to use scripture to say things like, “”I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me.” Several news outlets have picked up the story and, while crediting AP, have written their own headlines.

This morning’s Oopsie comes from CBS. They picked up the story and wrote their own headline. It says, “Texas high school cheerleaders barred from using Bible versus on football banners” Bible versus? Bible versus WHO? Obviously, they meant to use “Bible verses.” We caught a screen grab of the gaffe.

We can only pray that whoever wrote this begs for forgiveness from a higher power. No, not from God..  But, from their editor.

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