Falsehoods & Distortions

out of context - removing a passage or quote from its surrounding context in such a way as to distort its intended meaning.


07:05: out of contextsee definition - removing a passage or quote from its surrounding context in such a way as to distort its intended meaning.
: Dixon actually said, "Perfect example. The way that could be set up is you're protecting that guy, and we gotta get those guys in jail." meaning a 14 year old is a "perfect example" of someone that might not report a rape to an adult, if parental consent laws for abortion are eliminated.[3]

44:37: out of contextsee definition - removing a passage or quote from its surrounding context in such a way as to distort its intended meaning.
: Youngkin was moderating a panel discussion at a Export-Import Bank conference, where he asked McAuliffe to explain to the audience how he goes about recruiting foreign businesses to Virginia.[11]

1:33:06: out of contextsee definition - removing a passage or quote from its surrounding context in such a way as to distort its intended meaning.
: Biden actually said "Mitch, we want to see you come back," while he was in the midst of negotiating a budget deal with him before the 2014 midterms.[10]