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Comedy gold: MSNBC failed smear attempt plus ‘informal Romney adviser’


Keep digging, MSNBC.

What’s the lie this time? Well, MSNBC published an “article” today that sought to push yet another lie: Mitt Romney isn’t considering a woman for Vice President. Because, icky old Sarah Palin. It was, of course, breathlessly pushed out as fact by other alleged media outlets.

'Palin poisoned the well on that' — 'informal' Romney adviser on a possible woman VP nominee (via @aterkel)

— HuffPost Media (@HuffPostMedia) June 19, 2012

Formal or informal? RT @thinkprogress: ROMNEY ADVISER: After Palin, women are disqualified from VP search

— Steve BESTE (@stevebeste) June 19, 2012

An “informal Romney adviser” who would “guess” what is in Romney’s head. No, really.

“I think, unfortunately, Palin poisoned the well on that,” said one informal Romney adviser, fretting that any woman selected as VP would draw inevitable comparisons to the former Alaska governor. “I would guess if I were inside the Romney mind that they’re worried that any woman chosen will be subjected to a higher level of scrutiny. “

Alas, MSNBC, Twitter users actually know the difference between reality and your Palin-obsessed fantasies.

cough "MSNBC" cough RT @kirstenpowers10: Romney advisor tells NBC … Palin "poisoned the well."

— Cindy Cooper (@CindyCoops) June 19, 2012

Source please? "Palin poisoned the well," said informal Romney adviser." NBC Romney’s search for a VP appears to narrow

— ★♥ Harriet Baldwin (@HarrietBaldwin) June 19, 2012

Source? Stop confusing MSNBC!

What happens when you mix a shameful failed false narrative attempt and “informal Romney adviser?” Comedy gold.

RT @JPFreire: If you've ever tweeted at Romney, you too are an informal Romney adviser.

— Julian Sanchez (@normative) June 19, 2012

Informal Romney Advisor applauds MSNBC's decision to dig in its heels over WaWagate.

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) June 19, 2012

Hahahaha RT @keptsimple81: Informal Romney adviser wears khakis, polo

— Stefan Becket (@stefanjbecket) June 19, 2012

If I shout things at the TV screen, does that make me an informal Romney adviser?

— Sean Geary Higgins (@SeanGHiggins) June 19, 2012

Informal Romney adviser says someday, he might be a formal Romney adviser

— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) June 19, 2012

Informal Romney adviser calls people "dude" at the office

— kept_simple (@kept_simple) June 19, 2012

I once rode with Mitt Romney in an elevator, does that make me an anonymous informal Romney adviser?

— Caroline Wren (@CarolineWren) June 19, 2012

Informal Romney adviser can't confirm Mayor McCheese not being vetted.

— Paul Werdel (@prwerdel) June 19, 2012

@JPFreire You know who is an informal Romney advisor? @KevinMaddenDC in a t-shirt and jeans.

— Jon Henke (@JonHenke) June 19, 2012

One informal Romney adviser has been in the room with Barack Obama.

— daveweigel (@daveweigel) June 19, 2012


— Dean Clark (@earldean71) June 19, 2012

Sad, little Soros monkey Eric Boehlert and Ana Marie “I don’t read books before I review them” Cox try to make funnies aimed at Romney. They failed and instead just served to further mock MSNBC.

Informal Romney adviser fixed my carburetor; RT @anamariecox Informal Romney adviser tells me I'm awesome.

— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) June 19, 2012

When even fellow loons end up mocking you, times are tough, man.

Another attempted false narrative debunked! With humor, as always. Thank you, Twitter happy warriors!

Of course, Twitter progressives tried to spin it away and mock Romney instead. With their patented bigotry.

@anamariecox Have more children than wives #informalRomneyadvisorideas

— Patrick Spears (@spears404) June 19, 2012

Stay classy.

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