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    NBC Conveniently Leaves Out Unflattering Portions of Biden’s Confrontation With Auto Factory Worker

    NBC Conveniently Leaves Out Unflattering Portions of Biden’s Confrontation With Auto Factory Worker

    I’m sure it was just an accident…

    Tuesday, Biden got into a shouting match with an auto worker at a plant in Detroit. The worker confronted Biden about his gun confiscation rhetoric. It did not go well. Biden told the worker he was “full of shit,” shushed a female staffer, said he was going to slap the guy, pretended the second amendment was for hunting, and talked about AR-14s.

    The full video is something else, which is probably why NBC left out all the best parts.

    Newsbusters has more:

    The threat was omitted by all the broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) and Univision, with CNNEE and Telemundo ignoring the incident altogether. But what NBC Nightly News did was particularly deceptive in that they completely cut around Biden’s threat of physical violence.

    In the NBC coverage of the “tense confrontation,” correspondent Gabe Gutierrez actually noted that Biden did want to ban so-called “assault weapons” before boasting that the former Vice President “pulled no punches.” He then played the manipulated video:

    BIDEN: We’ll take your AR – your AR-14s away.

    AUTOWORKER (talking about Biden sticking a finger in his face): This is not okay. [Transition] You’re working for me, man.

    BIDEN: I’m not working for you. Gimme a break, man. Don’t be such a horse’s ass.

    The marked “transition” was where Biden can be heard in unedited video saying “Don’t tell me that, pal, or I’m going to go out and slap you in the face.” The whole confrontation can be watched here (or above, NBC’s report is below) with the edited portion starting at the 1:03-second mark. The edit was intentional because the comment only lasted less than four seconds (thus there was no time crunch), and NBC reporter Jonathan Allen noted the threat in an online report.

    Both ABC’s World News Tonight and CBS Evening News didn’t dare get close to that portion of the video and downplayed Biden’s actions. CBS politics reporter Ed O’Keefe simply suggested: “Biden got testy when a man who asked why he wants to take away guns.”

    Over on ABC, senior national correspondent Terry Moran reported that “along with the chants and cheers, an angry confrontation with one autoworker, who confronted Biden on guns.” Moran even included a sizable soundbite of Biden lying about his position on taking away guns.

    Full video here:


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    scooterjay | March 11, 2020 at 9:58 pm

    Yes, the guy is a construction worker. Auto workers typically wear small, lightweight bump caps. Construction hands wear the fiberglass hard hats with “outage” stickers on them. I’d sure like to see Biden “go outside” with an ironworker!

    HamiltonNJ | March 12, 2020 at 7:44 am

    The MSM got their orders.
    Biden is going to get the nomination, so protect him at alecosts.

    jmccandles | March 12, 2020 at 9:02 am

    I have news for the babbling Buffoon and his ilk, it’s all over the net and social mediator late.

    What difference? Probably none. It is just this little thing called accuracy.

    Public Citizen | March 12, 2020 at 10:15 am

    Wait for the explosions when he has to deal with Professional Hecklers.
    Just from this one exchange I can see it being used as material for a Trump Advert as follows:
    Voiceover of the key segment of the argument, unedited, just a sound byte clipped from the most confrontational portion.
    Video of a Nuclear Explosion.
    A similar commercial was run by the LBJ campaign, only it wasn’t a Goldwater voiceover but a child singing a rhyming song.
    That one commercial was attributed to be a major contributor to Goldwater’s defeat.
    Veritas Vincit

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