Typical: Romney's 47% Video Missing One to Two Crucial Minutes of Footage
Kyle Becker | On 19, Sep 2012
Critical video is missing from Mother Jones‘ super-secret tape recording of Mitt Romney making the mind-blowing revelation that the 47% of people dependent on government vote Democrat. About one to two minutes of video seems to be conveniently missing from the tape.
Mitt Romney recently explained his remarks in an interview to Neil Cavuto on Fox News.
Breitbart has the story on the missing minutes:
Mother Jones, the left-wing magazine that released a controversial video of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s remarks to a fundraiser in May, now admits that it has no full tape of what Romney said, and that its video is missing “one to two minutes” at the most important moment.
Mother Jones claimed that the video recorder accidentally switched off, and therefore the missing footage doesn’t exist. But it is odd that the missing footage would be at a time when Mitt Romney would be qualifying and expanding upon his 47% remark. Interestingly, 76% of those who participated in an online poll on CNBC say they agree with Romney’s statement, regardless.
The Romney campaign has asked that the full video be released.