Are you a person who saw the following at one of the GOP primary debates and left your television watching the evening disheartened and possibly disgusted with Planned Parenthood.
Carly Fiorina rips Planned Parenthood @CNNPolitics GOP's Fiorina and Planned Parenthood Propaganda
In subsequent interviews, Fiorina embodied the thoughts and hearts of many conservatives who have fallen for orchestrated propaganda against Planned Parenthood.
For some unfathomable reason, conservatives seem to accept any visual and oratory from cinematic projects as "existential" life. All one has to do is produced a video and conservative flock to the Pied Piper like an ant colony feasting on wasted maple syrup. Evidence of such has been validated by MSNBC's Joe Scarborough exhorting President Obama to follow the lead of the fantasy character in the Showtime series Homeland (Quinn) in dealing with ISIS. Another example was the pre-felony conviction success of Dinesh D'Souza's ridiculous cinematic projects. One tertiary level, consider the gleeful anticipation Fox news and some conservatives reaped upon the deloping Michael Bay 13 Hours Benghazi movie. While the movie is fizzling as a tool against Hillary Clinton as a presidential candidate, some conservatives are rattlesnake angry about Bay's depiction. The movie is not a documentary based on verifiable fact.
Fiorina "rebel" yell" regarding the highly edited, and now proving to be faked, Planned Parenthood abortion videos, may embody the shallowness of US conservatism. The developers of the video have been adjudicated by a Texas Grand Jury as overflowing with fraudulent acts. CNN ran a segment this morning about the pending charges and the previous (to the Grand Jury indictment) exhortation of Planned Parenthood.
Grand jury indicts Planned Parenthood accusers @CNN Texas Grand Jury Indicts Fake Abortion Video
Is there any decency in conservative America?