WOW! WaPo Hack Cat Zakrzewski Selectively Edits Joe Biden’s Gaffes — Then Accuses Trump Campaign of Selectively Editing Joe Biden’s Gaffes
You just can’t make this up!
On Saturday in Kansas City, Missouri Joe Biden completely tripped over his own tongue — while reading a teleprompter.
This was one of his worst gaffe’s yet.
Biden told the audience: “Turn this primary into a campaign that’s about negative attacks into one about what we’re for. Because we cannot, get reelect. We cannot win this reelection. Excuse me, we can only reelect Donald Trump.”
Dan Scavino posted this embarrassing clip from the rally and President Trump retweeted it.
Sleepy Joe💤in St. Louis, Missouri today:
— Dan Scavino (@DanScavino) March 8, 2020
Here is Joe’s full statement from the KC rally.
Biden told the audience: “Turn this primary into a campaign that’s about negative attacks into one about what we’re for. Because we cannot, get reelect. We cannot win this reelection. Excuse me, we can only reelect Donald Trump if in fact we get engaged in this circular firing squad. It’s gotta be a positive campaign.”
Again Biden told the audience:
1.) Because we cannot, get reelect.
2.) We cannot win this reelection.
3.) Excuse me, we can only reelect Donald Trump – if in fact we get engaged in this circular firing squad.
Joe Biden is out to lunch.
Later on Sunday Washington Post tech policy reporter Cat Zakrzewski published an article where she accused the Trump administration of posting a “deceptively edited video” that was shared by President Trump and Dan Scavino.
Cat Zakrzewski (pictured) at The Washington Post then goes on to selectively edit Joe Biden’s gaffe in her article.
This is the BS the liberal media pulls on the American public every day.
Via the Washington Post:
Twitter applied its new “manipulated media” label for the first time on Sunday to a deceptively edited video of former vice president Joe Biden. The video was shared by White House social media director Dan Scavino and retweeted by President Trump.
The video was the first test of a new policy the social media company implemented on March 5 to label tweets that contain manipulated or synthetic media, ranging from edited videos to more sophisticated examples known as “deepfakes” that can fabricate events that never happened.
In this case, the altered video of Biden — who has surged to the front of the Democratic race to oust Trump in November — is based on a speech he gave in Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday. It was then shared on Twitter by Scavino, only edited to make it appear as if Biden inadvertently endorsed Trump for reelection.
The version of the video shared by Scavino showed Biden stumbling on a line during a speech, then saying, “Excuse me. We can only re-elect Donald Trump.”
But the edited video deleted the second part of the former vice president’s sentence. The whole thing said: “Excuse me. We can only reelect Donald Trump if in fact we get engaged in this circular firing squad here. It’s gotta be a positive campaign.”