MSNBC Slanders Ron Paul, Misquotes Him As Supporting Jim Crow Laws, Says He "Thinks Gays Should Be Executed"YouTube
Jan. 02, 2012
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In an interview this morning with CNN's Candy Crowley on State Of The Union, Ron Paul had mentioned the Jim Crow laws stating,
"The Jim Crow laws obviously
had to get rid of and we're all better off
for that and that is an important issue
so i strongly supported that"
The CNN interview can be found here
So how did MSNBC report on this? They misquoted him by saying
He said the country was "better off with Jim Crow laws,"
take a look yourself
So Doctor Paul said it was a very good thing America got rid of Jim Crow but MSNBC reported he said the country was better off with them, this is outrageous.
We supporters demand a retraction and an apology form MSNBC president him self Phil Griffin.After i had seen TPM's Josh Marshall say regarding Dr.Paul "He's
the candidate that thinks gays should be executed" my blood pressure had gone up high enough, but after seeing this it is clear MSNBC has a policy of slandering
Ron Paul and it should not be tolerated.
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