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Fox News Misreports Obama Gay Marriage Amendment Stance





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Uploaded on Aug 7, 2010

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This week, when a GOP appointed federal judge struck down Proposition 8, the California constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage, predictably, Fox News used the event as an opportunity to bash Pres. Barack Obama for supposedly "disagreeing with himself on gay marriage," but Fox News created this supposed self-disagreement by quoting Obama out of context to mean the opposite of what he actually said and ignoring Obama's clear statements opposing Proposition 8 during the 2008 election as I show in this video.

The clips I use from Fox News come from the August 5, 2010, broadcast of "Special Report with Brett Baier," the first segment of which is available online at

The second segment of the August 5, 2010, broadcast of "Special Report with Brett Baier" from which I took a clip is available online at

The November 1, 2008, clip of Barack Obama's interview on MTV comes from my February 9, 2009 YouTube video titled "O'Reilly Slam of Sean Penn on Gay Marriage Factually False (Twice)?" available at

The transcript (and ABC News logo) from the June 2008 Jake Tapper interview of Barack Obama that I use in this video is available online at

The image I use of Barack Obama's letter published in the July 2008 San Francisco Chronicle is available online at


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