Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Ed Schultz gets busted editing the video of Rick Perry's speech in an attempt to brand Perry as a racist.

When will these kooky progressives clowns ever learn that they can't fool people who are smarter then them? I should have known that it wouldn't have taken forty eight hours before some mind flush over at MSNBC would try to smear Rick Perry as being some sort of racist. That is their only arsenal they have at their disposal as we all know. Progressives are scared to death of Perry's candidacy for some reason. Maybe they know deep down that under the right circumstances, Rick Perry will slaughter Obama if he wins the GOP nomination. Be that as it may, what Ed Schultz did was beyond scummy even for a person like him. On tonight's "The Ed Show" on MSNBC, Ed Schultz admitted he was in error in deceptively editing a clip of Gov. Rick Perry, removing the meaning and context of the governor's statement. The deception was first revealed at Breitbart.tv. The reason Ed admitted the "error" is, because HE GOT CALLED OUT FOR DOING IT, not because he knew what he did was wrong.



So why didn't Ed use the full clip the night before to put what Perry said into it's proper context? As I said before, Ed Schultz knew full well what he was trying to do. This isn't the first time that a host of an MSNBC show used an edited clip in an attempt to create a bogus narrative depicting conservatives attacking Obama because he's black. Contessa Brewer back in 2009 reported on the health care summit in Arizona where Obama spoke at. The cameraman for MSNBC filmed a man from the waist down who was carrying an AK 47 assault riffle with him. In Arizona it is legal to carry around guns in the open. Anyways, the race of the man with the riffle wasn't shown by the camera man. I did a video edit project shortly after to expose how fraudulent the reporting of MSNBC was. At the 52 second mark in the video I created, it will be clear to anyone watching why what Ed Schultz tried to do to Perry wasn't no accident, it was deliberate.



Even while giving a fake, half ass apology, Ed still manages to make a horses ass out of himself like only he can do it. Where's Media Matters?

12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr Perry is certainly no racist he is in favor of letting every illegal alien stay in this country he supports illegals how can he be a racist.

2:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"We are not a political operation, Fox is!"

You know how annoying that sounds, Rachel Maddow.

Hey, MSNBC...Has anyone told you that fabricating a story and false claims on a media outlet is grounds of losing your broadcasting license?

I don't know what Ed Schultz and MSNBC has against "pro-business". I don't know about you, but I love to have the economy booming again in the USA.

2:45 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "I don't know what Ed Schultz and MSNBC has against "pro-business". I don't know about you, but I love to have the economy booming again in the USA."

Ed Schultz is an obnoxious fraud. He puts out the spew that corporations are bad, but he would NEVER NEVER NEVER EVER say one ill word about parent company Comcast which owns MSNBC, and he had nothing to say about his former employer General Electric. I know Rachael Maddow is in the process of being sued. When Keith Olby Olbermann was still there, he had to issue multiple apologies for the crap he spewed. The day MSNBC becomes a legitimate news operation is the day I become liberal.

11:17 AM  
Anonymous Liz said...

You did that video? That is an excellent video. I hope to see more. Oh and Anonymous please show me how you know Perry is in favor of letting every illegal alien stay in this country.

3:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's strange how somebody would use a metaphor like "black cloud" when they are talking about a bad situation. Leave it to a liberal, to make assumptions of racism, when they refer a "black cloud" in reference to Pres. Obama.

Kind of like the time when Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, a black man who got upset over the term "black hole" when his white colleague was using it as a metaphor while discussing why parking tickets were disappearing.

What Obama hasn't done lately, was turn "red ink" into "black". MSNBC wouldn't report that because it would be racist.

And on a final note, since Ed Schultz is so much against pro-business, he should count his blessings, because General Electric, which owns NBC, is a big business that gave him his job.

Last I heard, GE is getting away by not owing taxes to the government and is outsourcing.

6:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Young Turks does stuff like this all of the time. Taking people and videos out of context. If only those young impressionable you tube kids would know the difference even though they should stay out of politics and just stay kids.

8:26 PM  
Blogger -FJ said...

Thanks for adding your voice to those condemning this faux racism charge. This is precisely "why" Perry didn't announce earlier. The moment any Republican "comes out", another target for elimination is added to the MSM's "hit list".

9:06 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Liz "You did that video? That is an excellent video. I hope to see more. Oh and Anonymous please show me how you know Perry is in favor of letting every illegal alien stay in this country.":

Yep, that video is the second editing video I did.

anon "It's strange how somebody would use a metaphor like "black cloud" when they are talking about a bad situation. Leave it to a liberal, to make assumptions of racism, when they refer a "black cloud" in reference to Pres. Obama.":

It's not really strange when you think about it, it's just how liberals/progressives think. Everything is about race to them. They couldn't give the average person a true reason they should have voted for Obama other then to just say that if a person didn't vote for Obama, it had to because Obama is black. I knew progressives were going to double down on Obama's race as soon as he won the nomination. It's their only defense against any criticism of his pathetic and dismal record, and deep down they know it.

anon "Kind of like the time when Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, a black man who got upset over the term "black hole" when his white colleague was using it as a metaphor while discussing why parking tickets were disappearing."

I still shake my head and sigh everytime I watch that video. They're blacks who are extremely oversensitive about race. I refer to them as "racial crybabies", because everything single thing is racist to them. The black guy thought for sure that he was in the right and believed the term black hole was a racist term used by the white Dallas Budget Director. It really on showed how intellectually stupid the black guy was. The problem with people who cry racism at every turn is that it dilutes people sensitivity to it because the term becomes so abused.

12:54 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

-FJ "Thanks for adding your voice to those condemning this faux racism charge. This is precisely "why" Perry didn't announce earlier. The moment any Republican "comes out", another target for elimination is added to the MSM's "hit list"."

Anytime I get to expose that obnoxious blowhard Ed Schultz for the human crap stain that he is, it's my pleasure. You're right FJ. The only way progressives know how to fight conservative candidates is to either label them as "religion zealots" or "racists". Their playbook is predictable at this point.

12:58 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "The Young Turks does stuff like this all of the time. Taking people and videos out of context. If only those young impressionable you tube kids would know the difference even though they should stay out of politics and just stay kids."

I seriously can't stand the ground the idiots walk on. The Young Jerks think they're so intelligent, when only the opposite truly applies to them. It is funny though that Al Sharpton's MSNBC show took the place of one of the guys who is apart of the Young Jerks.

1:02 AM  
Blogger Angie OPlasty said...

We are all chumps in MSNBC's eyes. they genuinely believe we are all blithering idiots.
In the final analysis, if Ed Schultz really cared about this country, he'd amputate himself just below the Adam's Apple and spare us from having to look at (poke fun at) that gruesome grill of his.

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I seriously can't stand the ground the idiots walk on. The Young Jerks think they're so intelligent, when only the opposite truly applies to them. It is funny though that Al Sharpton's MSNBC show took the place of one of the guys who is apart of the Young Jerks."

Indeed, i don't know who is worse. Cenk Ungar or Al Sharpton. Although there is something about Cenk that makes me want to punch him.

6:06 PM  

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