NBC Quietly Edits Andrea Mitchell’s Bill Clinton Rape Story, Hoping No One Will Notice

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Andrea Mitchell of NBC has once again written a false report and had to be quietly edited in order for the libelous material to mysteriously disappear. NBC didn’t even tell anyone about it. Perhaps hoping people wouldn’t notice.

A May 19 report by her extolled the virtuous Bill Clinton and his profound legacy. She at one point had the gall to say the rape charges filed against him by Juanita Broadderick were “discredited.” The only one who’ll be discredited is Mitchell.

In her segment on the network said this about Bill in reference to comments Donald Trump made,

“Donald Trump using that word [rape] unprompted during an interview last night with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, bringing up a discredited and long-denied accusation against former President Bill Clinton, dating back to 1978 when he was Arkansas attorney general.”

Which is absolutely incorrect because they were never discredited.

However, people have realized Mitchell’s words were magically edited out which was reported initially by the Washington Free Beacon. The word discredited banished from the show.

The new version reads,

Donald Trump using that word unprompted during an interview last night with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, bringing up long-denied accusation against former President Bill Clinton dating back to 1978 when he was Arkansas attorney general.”

Broaddrick has even tweeted about her past experiences with the former President on social media,

The Beacon wrote this about Mitchell,

“Mitchell’s very long career has been damaged by deceptive edits before. In 2012, Mitchell altered Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s remarks at a campaign stop in Pennsylvania to make it appear that he did not know how to order a sandwich from WaWa.”

NBC only placed an editors note at the bottom of the article after viewers relentlessly hassled them to tell the truth. People wonder why conservatives and libertarians are so weary of the media. They can’t be trusted.