MSNBC gets caught again with their "selective editing". Part 2
Now, this is why MSNBC went out of their way to hide the identity of the man carrying the AR 15 assault riffle and the pistol. Let's just say that when progressives want smear conservatives as being racists, they kind of need to right race of person in order to create the narrative, and this wasn't that guy.
Shazam I know. The guy who went by the name of Chris was BLACK!! Like I said in part one, the media doesn't control the content anymore. To this day, Contessa and the gang over at MSNBC has yet to offer an apology or even an explanation to their few viewers why they deliberately hide the identity of the black man and then preceded to create a fake narrative that white anti Obama folks with guns were at the rally.Here's another example of MSNBC being fast and loose with their editing in order to paint people who are not in support of Obama as being white racists. Governor Rick Perry when he was running for the GOP nomination gave a speech to supporters about the "black cloud of debt" hanging over the nation. Ed Schultz had Perry's full speech before it aired on his show, but he thought that he would splice off Perry's main theme about the debt in order to present him as a racist. As with Contessa Brewer, Eddy didn't get away with it either.
Rachael Maddow must have been on crack, when she said that they were not a political operation but Fox News is. The proof is what it see. A few months ago, the race baiters at NBC News got caught airing a heavily edited 911 tape of George Zimmerman calling the 911 dispatch operator. This was no mistake on their part, and they also got caught.
The national media in our country really is no different then the state controlled news outlets in socialist and communist countries. A Gallup poll from last year showed that the majority of Americans do not trust what comes out of the national news and obviously that is for good reason. The left will never figure it out that their glory day of duping the American people is over.