“That’s not what I said”.. Oh Really!
On Tuesday, Alicia Powe of NewsBusters’ sister site MRCTV.org asked Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) about her having described Republican efforts in various states for voter ID laws as “Jim Crow”-like measures. Schultz, who frequently appears on cable news networks in her capacity as Democratic National Committee chairwoman denied that.
But alas, video never lies and we have proof that, well, Ms. Wasserman Schultz is, having told TVOne’s Roland Martin back in June 2011 that Republicans want to “literally drag us all the way back to Jim Crow laws.” A very charitable explanation is that it’s possible Rep. Wasserman Schultz just has a spotty memory. At any rate, you can watch the video in the embed below and judge for yourself:
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