Sep 28, 2010

Factcheck proves Democrat slanders opponent by manipulating video

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"We thought Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson of Florida reached a low point when he falsely accused his opponent of being a draft dodger during the Vietnam War, and of not loving his country. But now Grayson has lowered the bar even further. He’s using edited video to make his rival appear to be saying the opposite of what he really said.

In a new ad, Grayson accuses his Republican opponent Daniel Webster of being a religious fanatic and dubs him "Taliban Dan." But to make his case, Grayson manipulates a video clip to make it appear Webster was commanding wives to submit to their husbands, quoting a passage in the Bible. Four times, the ad shows Webster saying wives should submit to their husbands. In fact, Webster was cautioning husbands to avoid taking that passage as their own. The unedited quote is: "Don’t pick the ones [Bible verses] that say, ‘She should submit to me.’"

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H/T to  Creative Minority Report

1 comment:

Subvet said...

This is currently making the rounds of talk radio. IMO Grayson is a walking piece of human filth, for these antics and others before them. Five gets you ten he's looking for new work come the 3rd of November.

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