Rick Santorum Denies Almost Using N-Word While Talking About President Obama

Rick Santorum was attacked by various bloggers and liberal pundits on Friday after it was claimed that he nearly dropped the “N-Word” on President Obama while discussing the presidents former “anti-war” stance with a gathering of supporters.

According to various stories during a voter speech in Janesville, Wisconsin Mr. Santorum told attendees:

“We know the candidate Barack Obama, what he was like—the anti-war government nig… America was a source for division around the world, that what we were doing was wrong.”

When news of the N-Word slip-up reached the mainstream Santorum’s rep responde:

“Oh, come on! … Give me a break. That’s unbelievable. What does it say about those that are running with this story that that’s where their mind goes.”

In the meantime political reporting site The Raw Story points out that this wouldn’t be the first time that Rick Santorum has acted in an offensive manner towards black people, a while back he said we shouldn’t “make black people’s lives better by giving them somebody else’s money.”

After that incident Santorum amusingly said he uttered “blah” and not “black.” Apparently we shouldn’t make “blah people’s lives” better with other people’s money.

In early 2012 Rick Santorum made an even more bizarre statement in which he said that President Obama shouldn’t support abortion rights because he’s a black man.

Check out the 34:30 timestamp location and determine for yourself if Rick Santorum was really close to using the N-Word:

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Would it surprise you at this point to learn that Rick Santorum really did use the N-Word in his recent speech in Wisconsin?