A clueless TV station angered many with a tweet about the Ferguson decision's impact on "Dancing With The Stars."

A clueless TV station angered many with a tweet about the Ferguson decision's impact on "Dancing With The Stars."
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I do not think that hashtag means what you think it means. (screengrab via @knifesex)

Tensions were running high last night all over the country. After the Ferguson verdict came in, and a grand jury revealed they would not indict Darren Wilson, a lot of people were looking for somewhere to direct their anger.

Luckily, they had ABC affiliate WTVC out of Chattanooga, Tennessee. At 9:15pm, the station tweeted "Don't worry, Dancing with the Stars will be back on after the special report. #Ferguson." Some people set fire to buildings; other people tweeted at WTVC.

The station apologized a bunch of times:

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But the damage was done, and annoyed viewers were not feeling very forgiving. Whoever coordinates the station's social media feeds definitely had a rough night. On the plus side:

(by Shira Rachel Danan)

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