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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Video: DNC Chair says Romney's Mormonism "Off Limits" (you can trust Debbie)

There comes a point with liars when their affliction becomes so chronic that you can actually get the truth out of them by believing exactly the opposite of what they say. Whenever such people emphatically deny or assert something, it even further bolsters your odds if you bet the other way.

Enter DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. In an exchange with MSNBC's Chris Jansing, Wasserman-Schultz responds to the anchor's question about Senator Orrin Hatch's charge that Obama's apparatchiks are going to go after Romney's Mormonism "like you can't believe."

Notice how Wasserman-Schultz calls the notion "preposterous" and "nonsense" while rolling her eyes. That can be translated thusly: Obama's apparatchiks will go after Romney's Mormonism like you won't believe.

Liars always tip their hands by over-dramatizing their denials; they have to. After all, they're liars.

The proof is found in the state-controlled media, MSNBC in particular. Lawrence O'Donnell has already done multiple stories on Romney's Mormonism. If you accept the premise that MSNBC is influenced by the administration - there are countless examples that demonstrate they are - Wasserman-Schultz is officially busted in another lie.

Via MSNBC, h/t The Blaze (fast forward to the 4:30 mark):

Just to make sure that I'm not accused of calling Wasserman-Schultz a liar without providing any examples...

h/t Michelle Malkin

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