A man dressed in a Nazi shirt and claiming to be a member of the Ku Klux Klan showed up at a tea party event in Clayton, Missouri. [Adam] Sharp confronted the man with his camera, told him that he didn't represent tea party values and asked him to leave. You would never know this, however, if you saw [Think Progress'] use of Sharp's footage — Think Progress isolated the man saying "I'm proud to be a racist" and dropped it into a video that purported to document racism in the tea party. The confrontation, repudiation, indictment and invitation to leave are all conspicuously absent. This is how [Think Progress] operates.
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