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September 13, 2012 9:36 am

Jake Tapper: Anti-Muhammad Film Not Made By Jews, Production Value Too Low

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ABC News Correspondent Jake Tapper went to Twitter yesterday to voice his opinion that the anti-Muhammad film being used as cover for violent and in the case of Libya, deadly clashes at U.S. Embassies around the world, was not made by a Jewish man.

“There’s no way Jews are behind that Mohammed movie.  Horrible production value.”

Tapper deleted the tweet shortly thereafter, explaining that it had offended certain people.  Tapper himself is Jewish.

“yeah I deleted it bc some people claimed offense.  was just suposed to make ppl laugh,” he said.

Tapper is the Senior White House Correspondent for ABC News.

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  • The fact that it was made by Egyptian copts did not stop the Media from blaming Jews and Israel for the calamities which befell the American embassies and their personnel.The media doesn’t care if it was all lies, they will use any and all opportunities to trash Israel. In the article in tday’s local paper it first mentioned that the makers of the cionema were unknown but that it was announced to be made by Israel/American Jew. Later at the end of the article it said the information later was that he was an Egyptian Copt.

  • Larry

    I saw the clip on the web. It does have horrible production value. Truly poor. Why would someone be angry about stating that?