Wasserman Schultz Says Wrong Statements Aren’t False Statements
October 12, 2012 by Bryan Nash
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz recently defended her party’s actions in regards to the attacks in Libya. While appearing on CNN, the Representative from Florida made a statement which defies all logic and shows she is either a liar or just plain dumb. Or perhaps she’s both.
Piers Morgan asked Wasserman Schultz if it is “pretty un-American” to put out “completely false statements before you know the facts.”
Wasserman Schultz responded by saying that just because they had the wrong information, it doesn’t mean they put out false information.
“Well, that doesn’t mean it was false,” she answered.
Morgan may not be American, but he does know the English language. A dumbfounded Morgan responded: “What?! Now wait a minute. If you put out a false statement, then it’s false, it’s wrong. It’s both of those things.”
Wasserman Schultz went on to define the word “false” to mean deliberately incorrect.
According to Wasserman Schultz, the White House did not issue deliberately incorrect statements. Therefore, the media should not accuse Democrats of making false statements.