Romney Photoshops Crowds at Nevada Speech

Oct. 27, 2012  Romney’s campaign has resorted to making crowds at his Nevada campaign speech “Appear Larger Than They Really Are”. Similar to objects in the mirror are closer than they appear, on your car.

These photos exaggerate the number of people coming to see Mitt Romney, feast your eyes on these photos.

First it was his Rent-A-Crowd Scam

During Romney’s speech at the NAACP in July of this year, Romney actually bussed in a black Rent-A-Crowd to make it appear he actually had black supporters.

He was booed from the crowd anyway because he said he would get rid of Obamacare, and wasn’t impressing anyone in the audience.

Now the campaign think they can fool the public with photo shopped altered photo’s of his campaign speeches.  It is all a disgraceful lie, altering pictures and happens to match his ethics and shameful lying which he’s been doing for two years campaigning for President. Actually, Mitt Romney has been running for President for over 10 years, since he was Governor of Massachusetts, he was running for President and lost many times.

In this photo released by Instagram the entire photo which appears to show a huge crowd is a Fake.

Buzzfeed did an analysis on the photo showing how areas in the picture have been copied to extend the crowd making the crowd appear larger.

 

read more on: BuzzFeed by Zeke Miller

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