If you’ll allow me to paraphrase The Rock, Bloomy Bloomberg can take his illegal Big Gulp, load it up with extra high-fructose corn syrup, shine it up real nice, turn that sumbitch sideways, and stick it straight up his nanny-state ass. I loathe the man, is what I’m getting at. But I’ll be darned if the media isn’t intent on trying to make me like the guy. Take a look at this video the media is calling “doctored.” Make sure you have the volume on.
— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) February 20, 2020
You see, fam, there weren’t actual crickets on the stage. That’s what we in the comedy game refer to as a “comedic effect.” Crickets symbolize when someone can’t answer a question. You’d have to be an idiot to think that actually happened at the debate. Guess what the media thinks you are?
“There is a video that his campaign tweeted this morning that didn’t happen. It is a deceptively edited video.”
NEW: Twitter would likely label Bloomberg's edited debate video as manipulated media once its deepfake policy goes into effect Mar. 5th.
“It’s tongue in cheek,” Bloomberg spox tells me of the video. “There were obviously no crickets on the debate stage.”https://t.co/yljg1feyRI
— Makena Kelly (@kellymakena) February 20, 2020
This is what they do now (see NY Magazine Tells the World that Donald Trump Joe Biden Tweet was “Doctored” and Trump Tweeted a Picture of a Dog, and the Fake News is Investigating). They still don’t get why Donald Trump won. Many still think it’s because of people believing every meme they see on social media. Especially everyone in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. That’s why they need to explain that gag videos aren’t real. Or that Donald Trump didn’t really give the Congressional Medal of Honor to a dog. Things that are done for fun or satire are attacked as “doctored” and “fake.”
Or at least they are when the liberal media doesn’t like the person doing it.