The Oh-So-Complex Democratic Understanding of “Proof”

Posted: October 27, 2010 in Uncategorized
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Perhaps you’ve already heard of the latest brouhaha surrounding Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.  It seems that one of the good senator’s aides entered into a fake marriage with a Lebanese man in order to help him avoid deportation.  Media Matters–that paragon of even-handed journalism–decried Fox News (apparently for having the audacity to even report something less-than-adulatory of one of our dear leaders) by pointing out there is, “no evidence that Reid or anyone in his office had any knowledge of the investigation or the alleged wrongdoing.”

This is rather fascinating as one of the most influential Leftists in America argued less than a month ago that evidence of guilt was not necessary in order to smear people.  Just in case you’ve forgotten, here’s a clip of David Axelrod conducting the political hatchet job on that nefarious global cabal–the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.


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