Video is misleading, say Pavlovian defenders of hard-right ‘Labour’ leader – does someone need to have a word with Sky News about them putting out fake videos, then…?
Those who want to defend Keir Starmer despite his anti-child, anti-poor, anti-free speech politics have plumbed new depths in their desperation to explain away his own comments betraying his real nature.
After Starmer said on live TV that he wants to treat the families of refugee children arriving in the UK by boat as terrorists, Starmer’s apologists have claimed that the video was edited misleadingly, or even altered by AI (artificial intelligence) and that he was only ever talking about criminal people-smuggling gangs.
Well, here’s Sky News’s own YouTube feed of the interview in question, set to start at the relevant point:
If that’s not Keir Starmer saying, in response to a very clear question, that he wants to treat refugee children’s relatives in the UK as terrorists, someone better have a word with them about their editorial standards, putting out ‘AI-edited interviews’…
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