In case Jeff Lord didn’t give you enough examples in his excellent article yesterday about the DNC’s Bold Lies, we now have another example.
Yesterday, I heard DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz tell Shepard Smith of Fox News that she was deliberately misquoted by a “conservative newspaper” (by which she meant former Spectator columnist Phil Klein) as having said that Republican policies are dangerous for Israel.
Debbie said that she never said such a thing.
Debbie was lying.
Klein has responded by posting a recording of Debbie saying exactly what he originally said she said.
Rep. Wasserman Schultz is, and I realize this is a big statement, probably the biggest, most consistent liar among the many truth-stretchers in Democrat leadership. She is an embarrassment to the Party, and probably not at all effective at this point. I’m so glad they have her.
The Fox News interview and the original recording are both contained in the YouTube clip in Phil Klein’s update to his original story:
With friends like this, Israel sure doesn’t need the enemies that it has and whom Barack Obama seems to prefer, with the most recent evidence being yesterday’s news that the Democratic Party platform has been modified in ways which show much lessened support for Israel and greater support for Palestinians.
It remains slightly bewildering and extremely disappointing that any Jew, particularly an Orthodox Jew (as I saw in the DNC crowd on TV last night) would consider supporting this terrorist-tolerating, anti-Israel administration.
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