One in particular was found by Washington Examiner (h/t FreeRepublic).
During the 2012 presidential campaign, Republicans claimed that the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, would cause millions of people to lose their current health insurance plans.
In a May 17, 2012, "truth team" response ad, then-Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter called this claim "flat-out wrong," stating:
Well, here we are again. Karl Rove's group Crossroads is spending $25 million from secret donors to tear down the president in a new ad out today. Time to tear this thing apart ... The ad talks about health care, and you'll like this one because we've heard it before: It says that you won't be able to keep the insurance plan that you have. Now that's just flat-out wrong. If you like your plan and you want to keep it, you can. In fact, the president made that plan stronger.
We know know that the campaign's claim was a lie, and a particularly audacious one, too, since they were claiming it was untrue that under Obamacare millions of Americans would lose insurance coverage they wanted to keep.Here's the ad. Stephanie's BS starts at about 1:39.
But the Obama Regime knew this was untrue when they said it. Instead, they repeated this lie in order for them and the Democrat Party, in goosestep, to perpetuate this Bernie Madoff-esque Ponzi scheme and fraud on the American public...with the help of the Lapdog Media.
Way to go Steffie! If your CNN gig fails, you have a perfect opportunity as a slimey used car salesperson, the way you sell that B.S. with an innocent smile.