Morning Joe on MSNBC was caught doctoring footage of a recent Romney-Ryan rally in Ohio. Joe Scarborough says it wasn’t doctored and Jazz Shaw at Hot Air tends to back up Mr. Scarborough to a point.

John Nolte at Big Journalism is right though, Mr. Scarborough was very dishonest in his defense of the video and writes about Joe Scarborough’s lie of omission.

Joe Scarborough attempted to dig himself out of a hole this morning but only dug himself a bigger one.

In a dishonest and misleading attempt to defend yet another one of his unrelenting, arrogant, smug, anti-Romney attacks — but one that blew up in his face over the weekend — Scarborough claimed this morning that MSNBC did not doctor audio to make it sound as though a crowd chanting “Romney” was chanting “Ryan.” And what Scarborough committed in doing so was a lie of omission.

What Scarborough was referencing was a clip MSNBC broadcast all of last week that made it look as though an arrogant, hapless, and insecure Mitt Romney attempted to change a “Ryan” chant at a campaign rally into a chant that that included his name.

Because the media loves to use willing Republicans to undermine Romney, Scarborough’s reaction to the clip got the most media attention.

Read more at this link.

Exit question: Is ‘Sell Out’ Joe Scarborough purposely bashing Mitt Romney to position himself better in 2016??


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