Yale professor Jeffrey A. Sonnenfeld laid into GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina on Monday, questioning her fitness to run the country based on her pattern of fabricating facts.
At question is Fiorina's claim during her break-out primary debate performance this month that undercover videos from the Center for Medical Progress depicted a fully-formed fetus being picked apart by Planned Parenthood workers while its heart was beating and legs were kicking.
The clip does not exist, yet Fiorina has refused to acknowledge this.
Sonnenfeld attacked her for fabricating this and for her claims that she led Hewlett Packard through difficult times which she blamed for the company's poor performance during her tenure.
"I feel like the proverbial mosquito in the nudist colony, I hardly know where to strike first," Sonnenfeld said about claims by Fiorina that she was a good CEO of Hewlett Packard. "There's so much wrong with this, but the thing that comes through clearest is this -- if we weren't on TV I'd say almost psychopathic denial of reality. As you saw even the creators of that hoax Planned Parenthood critique, even they say this is not the footage that she says it is."