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Dan Abrams is our new hero.

The Good Morning America host remained calm and reasonable in the face of Nancy Grace's condescending absurdity today, as he tried to get Grace to admit that she shouldn't have wondered about whether or not someone pushed Whitney Houston's body under water in her hotel room last Saturday.

What prompted Grace to hint at that possibility? Nothing in this case, merely her experience as an attorney overall, which gives her a unique view on what comes next.

"There is nothing delicate or nice about a murder, a death, an unexpected death, or an autopsy," Grace said. "What that means in the real world, not the ivory tower of Harvard Law School... an autopsy, of why her body was transported to the Coroner's Office, is to determine cause of death whether it be overdose, natural causes, accident, or homicide. It is not a homicide and I am thankful for that, but I still want the truth."

Okay. That makes her the same as about 100 million other Americans.

Why utter a word about anyone shoving Whitney's head under water? Abrams tried to get his guest to focus on this specific question.

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Let's all stop and give thanks for Nancy Grace, shall we?

Seriously, without this attention-starved egomaniac, we might not know just how low humanity can sink.

Earlier today, during an appearance on CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin, the blowhard evoked the instances of Anna Nicole Smith and Michael Jackson when talking about Whitney Houston, wondering whether someone else played a role in the singer's death.

"I’d like to know who was around her, who - if anyone - gave her drugs... following alcohol and drugs, and who let her slip, or pushed her, underneath that water?" Grace asked, referring to reports that Whitney's body was found in a hotel room bathtub. "Apparently, no signs of force or trauma to the body. Who let Whitney Houston go under her water?"

Forget the fact that initial reports indicate Houston did NOT die by drowning; and forget the fact that it seems perfectly reasonable someone could overdose on pills and pass out in a bathtub... Grace is on a role, folks!

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