But in case you needed more proof that the claims made in the video are completely bogus, look no further than this seven minute interview with a man that was unknowingly used as a political prop in the same film: Mike Baxley.
In the short interview, Baxley says he is wasn’t even talking about Mitt Romney or Bain in the clips that they used in the video. In fact, Baxley says that he received two promotions and a 30% salary increase while the company he worked for was under Bain Capital management.
This is politics at it’s worst – but get used to it, folks. The Obama campaign and the DNC, using these same tactics, will put nearly a billion dollars into distorting Mitt Romney’s record (assuming he’ll be the nominee), and they’ll drag American capitalism and free enterprise through the dirt with them.
No worries though, American people are smart enough to see through this. Obama’s attacks on free enterprise will have the same effect they’ve had on Gingrich, causing him to appear desperate and his poll numbers to plummet.
Here is the interview:
PS: Even though Gingrich has claimed to take the high road by asking his Super PAC to remove inaccurate portions of the film (all of it), the film remains – in it’s gross entirety – available for all to view in it’s original form (with plenty of ad money pushing people to view it). Watch him totally ignore this fact in tomorrow’s debate.
Update: See video of Tommy Jones and Mike Baxley appearing today on America Live with Megyn Kelly (FOX News). Jones and Baxley take down claims made in the attack video. Watch it here.