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Sen. Ted Cruz on doctored Pelosi video: If something is fraudulent, thats a basis for taking it down
When asked whether a video that was doctored to make House Speaker Nancy Pelosi look as if she was drunk should have been removed from Facebook, Sen. Ted Cruz said, "If something is fraudulent, I think that is a valid basis for taking something down. If it is deliberate fraud and is not clearly satire. But, there is a difference between fraud and not liking what’s being said..."
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