Um, What?

According to DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, just because the Obama administration was putting out wrong information on Libya, “doesn’t mean it was false.”

MORGAN: “It is pretty un-American to be putting out completly false statements before you know the facts. Isn’t it?”

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: “Piers, it is not okay for you to be saying that the administration was putting out completely false statements. They put out information that they had at the time based on the intelligence they were given…

MORGAN: “That turned out to be completely wrong–”

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: “Well, that doesn’t mean that it was false.”

MORGAN: “What?”

Exactly.

2 responses

  1. What she is (poorly) trying to explain is that when people hear the word “false” they think “lie,” but in this case they were simply incorrect.

    Or put another way: “We aren’t malicious, we’re just incompetent.”

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    1. “We aren’t malicious, we’re just incompetent.” — That just cracks me up!

      DWS is so painfully stupid, that I think I’m going to miss her when the Democrats finally boot her ass! She’s an endless source of drooling idiocy!

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