“Pennsylvanian” in Clinton attack ad is actually from New Jersey

The problem is that, while this may seem insignificant, it feeds into a growing pattern of deception from the Clinton campaign that is, according to the polls, increasingly hurting Hillary’s credibility among voters. This is the kind of thing that will most certainly be used by the Republicans in the fall, should Hillary become the nominee. One of their favorite, and most effective, attacks is labeling Democrats as liars. From the Chicago Trib:

Clyde Thomas, who sports a goatee in the ad and says, “the good people of Pennsylvania deserve a lot better than what Barack Obama said,” is actually registered in New Jersey. He voted there for Clinton Feb. 5.

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