The swift spread of agitation propaganda and the creep of hyperpartisanship across social media isn't a bug, it is a feature. The videos were viewed millions of times. Giuliani the tweet was later deleted as well as dozens of supporters in the pro-Trump media. Mainstream media outlets, in an effort to debunk the viral clips, linked to the video or reposted portions of it themselves, side-by-side with the un-doctored footage of the House speaker.
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Video of her speech was then slowed down and edited, according to experts quoted by several news outlets — although since her speech was shown live on television, it was easy to tell that some videos afterward were manipulated. A group called Politics Watchdog, which has more than 30, followers on its Facebook page, reportedly was the first to post an altered video. That post had been shared more than 47, times as of Friday. On the other hand, it could be political commentary and it should stay. YouTube determined that the videos violated its terms of service, but Facebook did not. By Levi Sumagaysay lsumagaysay bayareanewsgroup. Report an error Policies and Standards Contact Us.
Two videos of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have gone viral over the past 24 hours, raising ethical questions about the use of editing on social media. The video that President Trump shared on Twitter was from a Lou Dobbs segment that attempted to portray Pelosi as someone experiencing cognitive decline. The video shows Pelosi tripping over her words on a few occasions, and the way that it was edited, showing her flubs in quick succession, paints an unflattering picture of the year-old politician.
Pelosi speaks during a news conference on Feb. Sala Burton. Behind Pelosi stands former Rep. John Burton, Sala Burton's brother-in-law and Pelosi's campaign chairman at the time. Pelosi, then a congressional candidate, waves from campaign headquarters in San Francisco on April 7,