If you compare that local news report on the time John Fetterman chased down a black jogger with a shotgun to any of his recent campaign clips, there’s a very obvious difference in vocal delivery, possibly due to a stroke. NBC News, knowing it had to help the cause, published a piece Wednesday accusing Greg Price of doctoring his viral videos of Fetterman.

Ben Goggin writes:

The videos could run afoul of Twitter’s rules against political misinformation, even though they are still available. The platform says it bans “synthetic, manipulated, or out-of-context media” that is “likely to result in widespread confusion on public issues.”

Twitter did not immediately respond to requests for comment. TikTok removed the videos that NBC News flagged to it, citing its “integrity and authenticity” policy, which includes rules about misinformation.

The edited videos of Fetterman’s speech Sunday built on the speculation, gaining the most traction on Twitter when it was posted by Greg Price, a senior digital strategist at X Strategies, a conservative political consulting group.

One video Price tweeted Monday has over 600,000 views and has been shared hundreds of times. Another video he posted Monday, which cuts out audience audio, has over 120,000 views on Twitter and was accompanied by the caption “In case you were wondering why John Fetterman’s handlers won’t let him debate….”

Wait up … so NBC News flagged videos to TikTok, which then removed them?

Price’s comment: “Hi, Ben. I don’t care what you regime apologists at NBC decide to write about to help your preferred candidate in the race, who is clearly unfit in every way to serve in the Senate. You can print that. Have a nice day.”

The word “doctored” is doing a lot of heavy lifting here.


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