Alabama Mayoral Candidate Photoshops Herself Into Photo With Nick Saban, Claims Endorsement
Bessemer, Alabama mayoral candidate Dorothy Davidson has been called out for doctoring herself into a photo with Alabama football coach Nick Saban.
She claims she secured Saban's endorsement three weeks ago, but the University of Alabama says no such endorsement exists.
As you'd probably assume, an endorsement from the most popular college football coach in the state goes quite a long way in Alabama. But, apparently, no such endorsement exists:
"Coach Saban has not been contacted for a political endorsement of any kind," Associate Athletics Director Jeff Purinton wrote in an e-mail response to questions from The Birmingham News.
Ms. Davidson, esplain please:
Davidson, when contacted about the campaign ad and photo on Tuesday afternoon, at first said the image of her and Saban together was real and taken about three weeks ago. However, when presented later with a 2007 photo of Saban and his wife that appears to be the base photo onto which Davidson's image was added, the candidate acknowledged that her image was digitally added to the 2007 photo.
Jobs Dorothy Davidson needs to add to her campaign budget: Photoshop specialist. View the hilarious alterations below:
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