The White House produces plenty of its own progressive propaganda, but senior adviser Valerie Jarrett earlier this month encouraged Americans to tune in to a free screening of Katie Couric’s “powerful” anti-gun documentary, “Under the Gun.”

Jarrett’s recommendation of course came more than a week before Stephen Gutowski published his piece in the Free Beacon demonstrating how Couric and the film’s director deliberately edited in footage of a gun-rights group sitting in silence, apparently stumped by one of Couric’s questions.

The film’s director, Stephanie Soechtig, apologized for the deceptive editing but claimed that it was done in order to give the audience a pause so they could fully consider Couric’s important question without being distracted. No, seriously, she said that.

Couric concurs.

Literally unbelievable.

President Obama’s top adviser, who with Vice President Joe “Buy a Shotgun” Biden just hosted a 50-state summit on gun control measures, including “improved” background checks, very likely kicked off that meeting with Couric’s blatantly deceptive documentary fresh in her mind.

Mission accomplished, Katie.

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