Those shirtless men at a Hillary Clinton rally Wednesday lied to ABC News.
But it wouldn’t be the first time they tricked reporters.
The comedy duo known as “The Good Liars” showed up to Clinton’s rally in Buena Park, Calif., stood in the front row and removed their shirts. Clinton was amused. Hopefully she didn’t cackle.
ABC reported that their names are “Dan Stifler” and “John Nelson.” But that’s actually not true. As reported by Business Insider, their names are really Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler.
ABC fell for it. As of 10 p.m. the story was still wrong.
In March, the New York Daily News reported that one of the men heckled Sen. [crscore]Marco Rubio[/crscore] (R-Fla.) at a rally in Florida, saying that the then-presidential hopeful had stolen his girlfriend. There was no name included in the story. The Hill also reported on the pranksters in mid-March and also did not know their names. They also fucked with ex-hopeful [crscore]Ted Cruz[/crscore] (R-Texas) in New Hampshire when one of them tried to perform an exorcism by forcing the candidate to look in a mirror.
You can watch them in action here.
In the meantime, come on ABC. You had three reporters on this story. Wake up!