Believe it or Not, Pimplegate is REAL!

Take a look at these short videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_uVJCn7xOs

https://www.tmz.com/2019/06/27/tulsi-gabbard-disappearing-zit-blemish-de...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nci5lHt4z-8

Yes, there is strong reason to believe that, during Tulsi's response to a question on Iran in the first debate, MSNBC technicians digitally implanted a pimple on Tulsi's chin. The "pimple" subsequently vanished.

This bizarre behavior by MSNBC lends additional credence to claims by Andrew Yang and Marianne Williamson that their mikes were turned off during portions of the debate.

Those responsible for this must be identified, fired, and, if feasible, prosecuted. Until MSNBC cooperates in these regards, it should be treated like a pariah. Complaints to the regulatory authorities are in order, and the public should be fully apprised of this. If this strategy of digital manipulation is not nipped in the bud NOW, who knows what dangerous frauds might await us in the future?

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mimi's picture

I bet some people would like to not see it. Pimples happen. They also go away eventually.

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@mimi You evidently haven't watched the videos. I initially thought that this was a hoax too.

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Mark F. McCarty

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@veganmark @veganmark
ridiculously irrelevant. YMMV.

I do not believe that the pimple appearances and disappearances proves anzything with regards to mikes being turned off and on again.

Tulsi can be heard and people who have listened will do ao directly from herself.

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@mimi overly rough with my comments.

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dfarrah

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@dfarrah
then you learn what roughness in expressions mean over here.

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@veganmark
probably I haven't understood the videos.
dfarrah told me how I should behave and I follow her advice.

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k9disc's picture

candidate in a bad light?

While placing a pimple on her chin is a childish prank, it is a childish prank played by one of the largest information company on the planet. It's not really a childish prank at that scale.

Mics being turned off is another trick, not so childish, but still played out by a multibillion dollar institution. This is happening in a public policy event hosted by a news organization.

It's rather ugly, IMO. And while I get the "distraction" angle, it's beyond that: it's a trial balloon. When it comes to psyops; we ain't seen nothin' yet.

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“Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” ~ Sun Tzu

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@k9disc
in manipulating images or videos, I find this one of minor importance. I am tired of discussing photoshopped pimples. To discuss turned off mikes is of another caliber and it needs to be investigated and if proven to be true (I didn't follow that and don't know what has been proven to be correct) the media need to be held accountable for it. The whole democratic presidential candidates' debate had such a hogwash set-up and structure that one can forget it. I would suggest several two candidate debate mano a mano would be helpful.

Within the digital manipulations through the media's video editing powers this seems to be a harmless joke.

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major factors in elevating this to a larger level.

As I said it's a trial balloon. This is a sniping shot at a small fry candidate by an oligopic institution. It's a gross distortion of the 1st Amendment, and is plenty to call into question the veracity and integrity of the corporate media. It seems that many people still need to catch the net that the corporate media will fuck with your news - like putting a digital pimple on a troublesome candidate - because they can and nobody will care. Talking about it will trivialize the pimplee. It's completely gross and extremely effective, I think.
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@mimi I did an eyeroll when I first heard about it too. But then I started to understand. Tulsi is a beautiful woman, inside and out from what I've seen. I'm quite sure that her outer beauty is one thing that made lots of people google her. Some people really are that superficial. How would you go about trying to make her less beautiful without being overtly obvious? Did that pimple stop people from wanting to know who she is? I really hope not. Personally, I think she's beautiful with or without a zit on her chin, but her message is what makes her shine so bright. They can't put a pimple on that.

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Is it great yet?

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...but not really top shelf. More like a low level prank.

Nonetheless, the media is our national mind control headquarters. It's important to stay alert.

They're making a lot of mistakes, lately. Remember when this happened during the Apollo moon landing?

Heh.

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Nonetheless, the media is our national mind control headquarters. It's important to stay alert.

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You don't just see it on the "news" or with political people, either. Agendas are pushed in what's pumped out on television and streaming programs 24/7 too. Cops, emergency response, national security, politics, even alien invasion programs (perfect term -- program) all have an agenda. Same with "reality" tv. They tell you who to fear, who to trust, and what type of shit is actually going down, but we're told it's all based on fiction. After what was leaked not too long ago about what a certain a d mi ra l said, I expect a false flag like the planet has never seen, in the not so distant future.

Edit: forgot the damn quote

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