Media Coordinates Romney Attack Based on Unsourced ‘Anglo-Saxon’ Quote – John Malcolm
July 26, 2012 13 Comments
Well apparently Romney never said it. Maybe he ought to put his big boy pants on and say it.
It’s absolutely, undeniably true that our founders designed this country based on our Anglo-Saxon heritage transmitted through the history of the rights of free Englishmen.
Don’t believe it? Read Magna Charta, read Edmund Burke, read the English Bill of Rights, read the works of the founders, Jefferson, Henry, Paine, Franklin, Washington and the rest.
There’s nothing racial about it, either. This country’s design wasn’t based on Chinese, Kenyan, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, or any other society, although many contributed pieces. This country was based on an Anglo-Saxon heritage period, full stop.
It’s a fact, Jack
Anything else is nothing but politically correct claptrap.
From Breitbart via John Malcolm
“Today, the race for the highest office in our land was diminished to a sad level when the Vice President of the United States used an anonymous and false quote from a foreign newspaper to prop up their flailing campaign. The President’s own press secretary has repeatedly discredited anonymous sources, yet his political advisors saw fit to advance a falsehood. We have very serious problems confronting our nation and American families are hurting, yet the Obama campaign continues to try to divert voters’ attention with specious shiny objects. We have more faith in American voters, and know they will see this latest desperate ploy for what it is.” – Ryan Williams, Romney Spokesman
Obama’s desperate Media Palace Guards don’t want to talk about the flood of bad economic news we’ve been hit with this week, and they surely don’t want to talk about Obama’s revealing “you didn’t build that” comment for another day. So, ever in search of a new distraction-narrative, what we are now witnessing before our very eyes is the media ginning up a coordinated attack against Romney based on an unsourced quote that the Romney campaign has already denied.
In an email the Romney campaign just told me: “Flat out. Wasn’t our campaign.”
Won’t matter though; the media has a failed president to save.
It all started last night in Britain’s Telegraph:
As the Republican presidential challenger accused Barack Obama of appeasing America’s enemies in his first foreign policy speech of the US general election campaign, advisers told The Daily Telegraph that he would abandon Mr Obama’s “Left-wing” coolness towards London.
In remarks that may prompt accusations of racial insensitivity, one suggested that Mr Romney was better placed to understand the depth of ties between the two countries than Mr Obama, whose father was from Africa.