The Man Who Filmed Romney's 47 Percent Video Was Inspired By Bill Clinton's Generosity and Mitt Romney's Awful Speech

Taylor Berman · 03/12/13 11:15PM

The man who secretly filmed Romney's infamous 47% video during a campaign fundraiser last September has finally agreed to reveal himself tomorrow night on MSNBC. The Huffington Post interviewed the man several times over the past few months and, while they won't reveal his name until after MSNBC's big interview, they have released some information about the filmmaker, including his job and how he was indirectly inspired by Bill Clinton.

Over 47 Percent of Voters Think Media Over-Covered Mitt Romney's '47 Percent' Remarks

Neetzan Zimmerman · 10/01/12 05:50PM

Following the release of secretly recorded footage from a $50,000-a-plate Mitt Romney fundraiser, in which the GOP's presidential nominee can be heard blasting 47 percent of all voters for believing "they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it," subsequent media coverage may have given a casual observer the impression that Romney had all but forfeited the race.