National Public Radio’s “On The Media” gave conservative provocateur James O’Keefe a taste of his own medicine by employing the “black arts of broadcast editing” to create an “utterly dishonest impression” of his views.
From NPR O’Keefes James O’Keefe With Misleadingly Edited Version Of Interview (AUDIO) | TPMMuckraker
Shout the lies, whisper the corrections. This is how the right gets away with blatant falsehoods. Worth a listen to see how many aspects of the NPR sting are fabrications created via clever editing.
Hypocrisy, O’Keefe is thy middle name: Conservative activist James O’Keefe, who has gained notoriety for his hidden-camera stings of NPR executives, ACORN employees, teacher unions, and CNN reporters, gave a speech to a New Jersey Tea Party …
From James O’Keefe won’t let others videotape him
Of course he won’t let people tape him. He knows how easy it is to edit tape to make it look like people are saying something they aren’t actually saying.
Increasingly unpopular television clown and radio revivalist Glenn Beck confused folks on the left and right recently when his “news” website The Blaze published a thorough and fair debunking of the recent NPR “sting” video produced by youthful video prankster and unprincipled conservative smear artist James O’Keefe.
From Glenn Beck versus James O’Keefe
It’s like watching Alien versus Predator if the Alien was really dishonest and slimy. And the Predator was also really dishonest and slimy.
James O’Keefe defends “sex boat” prank by saying it wouldn’t have been that gross
From James O’Keefe defends “sex boat” prank by saying it wouldn’t have been that gross – War Room – Salon.com
If your defense is that it wouldn’t have been “that gross” then you probably should shut up and slitter away before you do yourself more damage.