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Pro-Bernie Group Hits Out At Buttigieg For Inserting Artificial Audience Applause Into Video

Pro-Bernie Group Hits Out At Buttigieg For Inserting Artificial Audience Applause Into videos

The Center for Popular Democracy Action, a group that supports Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has hit out at Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign for allegedly editing applause and laughter into video clips.

The live event, broadcast on CNN Thursday night, showed that Pete Buttigieg’s comments did not prompt the crowd at Saint Anselm College to applaud. But in a video clip posted on social media by the campaign, there is applause.

The Center for Popular Democracy Action also posted another video that was shared by the Buttigieg campaign of an exchange between Pete Buttigieg and Jake Tapper over the candidate’s name.

“Did you see our first exposé of @PeteButtigieg campaign altering a #PeteOnCNN video to fake more voter support? Well here is a second! This time, Pete Buttigieg really wants to fake being funnier!” CPD Action wrote:

Looks like Buttigieg pulled a Jeb Bush:

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