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Yesterday, we suggested that what’s turning non-white voters off to Mitt Romney are crowds that look like this:

Photo by AP via @Keep_It_Real_1

That’s a lot of white people.

Well, BuzzFeed has made a startling discovery about an image Mitt Romney’s campaign posted to its Instagram account yesterday.

The Romney campaign is desperate to make it seem as if they have the “momentum” behind them. So desperate, in fact,  that they even Photoshopped the image to make it seem much more “momentum-filled.”

Wisely, they didn’t Photoshop any non-white people into the picture, or it would have been too obvious.

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