Thursday, March 01, 2012

Game Change: Steve Schmidt and Nicolle Wallace Lying Then or Now?


SarahPAC's comments:
Liberals have proven once again that they do not value truth. The liberal left distorts facts to fabricate its own version of history.

Their latest effort in storytelling is HBO’s movie, Game Change.

The screen writer of Game Change, Danny Strong, lapsed into a tired routine of manipulating facts and omitting key parts of Governor Palin’s story in order to push a biased agenda and drive ratings.

We have warned viewers of Game Change’s distortions--based upon the description and reports from people who have viewed the film, HBO must add a disclaimer that this movie is fiction.

Game Change is just the most recent example in a long history of facts being distorted for profit. Frank Bailey, a former aide to Governor Palin, was recently fined nearly $12,000 by the Alaska Attorney General’s Office for stealing the Governor’s internal emails. Bailey then turned the emails over to a blogger from the radical left who twisted the text into her own narrative for profit, proving again that Governor Palin’s opponents will stop at nothing to destroy her record of service.

Behind Game Change’s slanderous agenda is a trail of money leading straight to the Barack Obama campaign and the Democrat Party. Writer Danny Strong and director Jay Roach each donated the maximum $2,300 to Barack Obama’s campaign in 2008. Even actress Julianne Moore, who plays the Governor herself, contributed to the more than $120,000 donated to Obama and Democrats since 2008 by the film’s producers and cast.

The 2008 National Security Advisor to Governor Palin, Randy Scheunemann, said of the movie, “It gives fiction a bad name to call this fiction,” while Governor Palin aide Jason Recher described the movie as “a false narrative cobbled together by a group of people who simply weren’t there.”

SarahPAC’s latest video, Game Change We Can Believe In, shares the true story of the 2008 Presidential race, the same story that millions of Americans witnessed. It is a story of a gutsy, Washington-outsider taking politics-as-usual by storm, the story of a spirited reformer who refused to conform to establishment norms. Governor Palin left her home state of Alaska with an 80% approval rating to electrify the nation overnight with commonsense conservative solutions.

After working with Governor Palin, former McCain campaign adviser Nicolle Wallace described her as “a once-in-a-generation politician who just has that something. She electrified our race. She has inspired our party.”

All first-hand accounts of the Governor’s 2008 campaign describe her in similar terms--as an inspirational role model and a true game changer.

Help us say no to the half-baked truths and fabrications of the liberal left by watching and sharing the true account of Governor Palin’s transformation of American politics: Game Change We Can Believe In.
Commenter Hefmier at Conservatives4Palin gives a great link to Peggy Noonan's assessment of how good Palin was in the debate against Joe Biden:
"She killed. It was her evening. She was the star. . . . For Palin tonight for an hour and a half I think America saw her for a really long time. And she became a star probably on a new level."


Hefmier said...

WOW!!! Thanks so much for giving me credit, in regards to the link to Noonan's comment! I believe that this is the only positive comment that Peggy has ever given to Sarah.
This is a great video, and I hope that it will continue to go viral.
On this day, that we mourn the passing of Andrew Breitbart, a warrior of truth, it is imperative that Sarah, and us, continue to fight the smears against her, and to expose the truth to those who are in darkness.

T. D. said...

Hefmier, it was a great find. It shows how impressive Palin was even to people who are now only full of snark. Thanks for sharing it!

This is such a smart rebuttal. Using the very words of the primary Game Change sources to discredit Game Change and themselves. Not to mention how limp and pale Julianne Moore is compared to Palin herself.

Did you like the momentary flash of the Obama sign in the O of HBO? This short has a great sense of humor too.