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NBC News Covers Up Andrea Mitchell's Misleading (Romney) Edit

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posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 04:57 AM
story from Breitbart
by John Nolte

NBC News Covers Up Andrea Mitchell's Misleading Edit

The controversy here is that NBC (and reporter Andrea Mitchell) apparently doctored up a video of Mitt Romney and made him look "dumb" !!

Well it seems NBC is playing tag with it.

And, NBC has been caught doing this before.

Not that Breitbart is a saint or anything, but this NBC boondoggle is yet another example of dozens lately that seem to be campaigning against Obama !!!

The only votes Obama gets with this one is zero (again !)

follow the links to get the whole picture

In today's "Andrea Mitchell Reports," the NBC cover-up was in full gear. Rather than own up to or apologize for yesterday's attempt to create a Romney gaffe out of what was later discovered by just a blogger to be a wildly misleading edit, Ms. Mitchell only said this:

"We ran clips of Mitt Romney in Cornwall, Pennsylvania, talking about his trip to WaWa. Well, the RNC and the campaign both reached out to us saying that Romney had more to say about that visit -- about federal bureaucracy and innovation in the private sector. We didn't get a chance to play that, so here it is now."

"We didn’t get a chance to play it" is a lie.

On its website, NBC News is even lying with this false headline: "Mitchell addresses criticism of Romney clip edit"

Uhm, no she didn't. If you weren't familiar with the controversy, you would think Mitchell was merely doing the Romney camp a favor by playing the clip. ......

Romney gets more votes from this !!!

I am convinced that many Obama supporters are campaigning for Romney !!

It starts January 2013, and ends January 2021 !!!!!

Get ready for a two-term Romney !!

Not surprisingly, out-of-touch is a narrative Obama would like to create around his rival, Mitt Romney.

Not surprisingly, NBC News would love to help Obama out with that.

And not surprisingly, the same NBC News that time and again has been caught using misleading edits to aid and abet Obama's reelection campaign has been caught doing so again.

In the past, NBC News would at least own up to these fabrications.

This story from Fox has the video --> NBC edits Romney rally speech to portray candidate as out of touch

Here is a side by side comparison:
(Andrea is so sweet isn't she ?)

edit on Jun-20-2012 by xuenchen because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 09:21 AM
reply to post by xuenchen

Andrea Mitchell - NBC EditGate 2.0

NBC got caught.....again.

NBC EditGate 1.0 was when they knowingly edited the Zimmerman 911 tape.

They got caught.

Now here is NBC editing more tape.

Unfortunately for NBC there are just too many iPhone 4s out there.

Andrea Mitchell has zero credibility.

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 05:17 PM
They had to doctor a video for that?

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 05:22 PM
reply to post by xuenchen

I knew about this yesterday, but the liberal news media is so devious so dishonest, I can't keep up.

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 05:26 PM
No editing is required to make Romney look dumb. Or Obama for that matter.

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 05:29 PM

Originally posted by Wookiep
No editing is required to make Romney look dumb. Or Obama for that matter.

I should be so dumb.

posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 05:42 PM
reply to post by xuenchen

Is anyone surprised that MSNBC does this??? I wonder who they want to win????

Lets see, in 2008 Obama's slogan was "Change" and MSNBC election slogan was "The Power of Change".

Now Obama's new election slogan is "Forward" and MSNBC is using the "Lean Forward" tagline........ hmmmmmm.

It's funny how much they ridicule Fox for their bias and MSNBC does it even more....hypocrites.

Just wait till the election really heats up and the President gets into election trouble. Get your mud gear on.

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