Cuban-American Congresswoman Calls for Castro's Assasination
But, even despite it being there (on You-Tube) for all to see, the Havana-born lawmaker claims the filmmakers spliced clips together to get the sound bite.
"It's twisted in a way that gives the viewer a totally wrong impression," Ros-Lehtinen told The Miami Herald. "I've said the community has moved on, that those strategies are not being used today, but apparently the filmmakers think we're still in a '60s mentality."
A spokesman for Ros-Lehtinen said the congresswoman has never called for anyone's assassination, though the politician herself said she can't rule out that she ever mentioned Castro and a potential assassination.
"If someone were to do it, I wouldn't be crying," she said.
Make up your own mind whether this esteemed Congressmoman has pulled another Pat Robertson.