Left falls for fake Romney quote: ‘I can relate to black people, my ancestors once owned slaves’

Twitchy
9/9/2012

…Did Romney really say that? A lot of people on Twitter think so. The quote originally appeared in the Free Wood Post and was re-published at GhanaNation.com. So it must be true!…

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…Apparently none of these people read the Free Wood Post’s disclaimer:

All news articles contained within FreeWoodPost.com are fiction, and presumably fake news.

It isn’t the first time the Left has disseminated fake quotes to make the Romneys look bad. With 58 days left to Election Day, we can be pretty sure it won’t be the last.

Read the entire post at Twitchy.

Update: But wait! There’s more! Another Twitter lie: Left falsely claims Romney wants to get rid of Martin Luther King holiday

…If any of these folks had taken the trouble to do a straightforward Google search, they would have come to the same conclusion that Twitchy did, i.e., that the alleged Romney quotes are fabricated.

When a presidential candidate has said something negative about Martin Luther King Jr. or Martin Luther King Day, mainstream mediaoutletswrite about it.

Read the whole thing.

Geniuses. Pray for our country…

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3 comments to Left falls for fake Romney quote: ‘I can relate to black people, my ancestors once owned slaves’

  • dogzilla

    I take issue with the way you have used my blog erroneously. It appears you do not realize we are each making exactly the same point.