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Several house Democrats criticize Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Comments by New York Democratic primary winner draw criticism from Democrats, former aide to Senator Schumer, Chris Hahn, and political adviser Mark Penn respond to The Ingraham angle.’
Comedian Stephen Colbert routine wins standard media applause for his “hilarious” satirical and obviously fake interviews with President Trump, in which the talk show host splices his own issues with the President’s answers from real interviews.
Those who cry on the left before the laugh and the people on the other side of the political spectrum might even be forced to giggle. But when the tables are turned, one side seems to get the joke.
Conservative commentator Allie Stuckey found the hard way, when their satirical fake interview with the liberal darling Alexandria Ocasio-was sentenced Cortez to short hand as a “reprehensible” act of deception against an unsuspecting public.
Stuckey, with Conservative criticism of CRTV, had posted a stupid “interview” on Facebook shows her grilling the New York Democratic congressional candidates about socialism, and more. It is also a fake – Stuckey was ‘s questions cut together with the answers of the candidates is highly regarded sit-down on PBS,” the “Firing Line”.
But of the reporters, the producers for not completely marking called the video as a satire, sending numerous tweets and stories, the serious concerns about it, how many conservative Facebook users were deceived.
BuzzFeed triggered the alarm, and the “doctored” interview had “gone viral” with over 1 million views in just a few hours (it has to get a lot of), without a disclaimer that the video was a fake.
The Washington Post pointed to the video – in surge protection through the social media platform “as a further example of how misleading information continues to thrive in the fast flow of information online, in spite of Facebook the promise to weed better.”
The Verge cited similar concerns, while the Twitterati target took a Vox-producer called the video “Reprehensible,” while a New York Times reporter, not a defendant, the “faked interview” was labeled “satire.”
Ocasio-Cortez retweeted have to add the comment: “the Republicans are so scared of me that you fake videos and not present them as real on Facebook, because they cannot cope with the reality.”
The Republicans are so scared of me that you fake videos and not present them as real on Facebook, because they cannot cope with the reality.
Here’s a bonafide truth is this:
The election date is the 6th November. https://t.co/Z7MfisgiWl
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) 24. July 2018
As the outrage hit a fever pitch, the Facebook page of the disclaimer has been updated: “Allie *grills* Congress hopeful and progressive it-girl ‘Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ on their socialist agenda, and the knowledge of the government… or the lack thereof,” a winking emoji and this line: “yeah, satire, created from cut-outs of the viral protect stand interview with Ocasio-Cortez.”
But conservative critics – as well as a more liberal-leaning votes – pushed back.
Ben Shapiro snarked to the Democratic candidate: “Someone needs to commit clearly, a forced redistribution of humor, so that you end up with.”
Michelle Malkin provided this alternative headline for The “Washington Post” story: “After a gobsmackingly obvious conservative satire mocking left-wing darling went viral journos, no sense of humor (love it when Stephen Colbert used the same exact method) eager to discredit bitterly, is the success.”
ACCURATE HEADLINE: After a gobsmackingly obvious conservative satire mocking left-wing darling went journos viral, no sense of humor (love it when Stephen Colbert used the same exact method) tense bitter to discredit success.@crtv @conserv Millen https://t.co/stLheYmafl
— Michelle Malkin (@Michelle Malkin) July 25, 2018
A bit wordy, but we’ll let it stand.
New York Magazine and the Huffington Post, Yashar Ali, it is not called the “dumbest scandal,” noting Stuckey “has the satirical stuff.”
“[I]f we have to start marking stuff of satire now and then there are a lot of tweets and videos that the label need,” he tweeted.
This is the stupidest non-scandal. @conserv Millen has the satire stuff – maybe you don’t have to find it funny, but it was clear satire…if we start labeling satirical stuff now then there are a lot of tweets and videos, the need for the label. https://t.co/EZCLCxInrO
— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) July 25, 2018
There were, after all, the telltale sign was the interview for real.
Similar to “Rock Bottom” telltale cut together Homer Simpson answers a reporter’s questions about the sexual harassment allegations, the backgrounds for Ocasio-Cortez and Stuckey were different.
And when Stuckey asked, “do you have any kind of knowledge about how our political system works?” the apprentice shook his head and said, “Mmmm.”
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As the interviewer not known to the asked, about socialist Venezuela, Ocasio-Cortez, that the middle East policies, has been their strength. “Venezuela is not scolded in the Middle East,” Stuckey.
Stuckey, for her part, did not back down – Retweets sued you trolls, including one that said, you should be “in the bankruptcy, and arrested.”
“1) I’m not sad. 2) It does not come down. 3) I’m going to make one. 4) you don’t hate trump for humor. 5) I don’t have to warn you, if I tell a joke,” she tweeted.
To clarify, AGAIN, for the false alarms journalists & the blue check mark demanded an explanation:
1) I’m not sad.
2) It does not come down.
3) I’m going to make one.
4) you don’t hate trump for humor.
5) I don’t have to warn you, if I tell a joke. https://t.co/rnm3TPNy3i
— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conserv Millen) July 25, 2018
“This tactic is not something that we give birth to ourselves,” Stuckey said, “Fox & Friends First” on Thursday, citing Colbert and the other (Seth Meyers also has done). “I have no excuse for this … appreciate for the most part, the people and understood the joke.”