Mickey Kantor was a close advisor to Bill Clinton, served as his Secretary of Commerce, and is currently a top advisor to Hillary Clinton. He is now being pursued after the video clip below surfaced — reportedly showing him calling Indiana voters “sh–” and “white n—-ers.” Yet, the maker of the film is now saying that it was doctored while the editor denies changing any words on the video.
The clip was taken as part of the movie War Room. It would be a remarkably moronic moment for someone who would later hold great power in the Clinton administration. The video below has received hundreds of thousands of hits in a very short time on the Internet, just as Clinton makes her push for the critical Indiana primary. Clinton is currently making headway on undecided voters, click here. It seems unlikely that Kantor will be working as a warm up speaker for any Hoosier rallies.
Yet, as reported here, D.A. Pennebacker, the director of “The War Room” is saying that it is untrue. That would raise an interesting legal issue. Anyone who is responsible for the doctoring would be guilty of defamation and false light. It would be worth pursuing such a case, which would allow discovery of posters. The editor of the video, however, insists that he enhanced the audio but did not change it.
If doctored, there is little hope for Sidney Blumenthal as the sole occupant of the campaign doghouse.
For the video, click here