Gateway Pundit has the story today of yet another fake conservative (actually more of an over-the-top, KKK-type character) who's in-reality a choreographed liberal troll calling into C-SPAN with scripted racist comments in a desperate attempt to make Obama's opposition look bad...
The Soros-linked Think Progress was all over this story during the voting by democrats to nationalize the nation’s health care this week.
The fake Republican has called into C-SPAN several times to toy with Republicans… He even called in as a Democrat just to harass Bill Kristol on the Iraq War.
Of course, this is much like the supposed "hate speech" reported in the Vancouver Daily Sun as targeted upon Obama's family... when it later turned-out it was a liberal journalist who posted it.
Those comments -which appeared in the Free Republic blog's comments section back in early July- went "They make me sick .... The whole family... mammy, pappy, the free loadin' mammy-in-law, the misguided chillin', and especially 'lil cuz... This is not the America I want representin' my peeps,"... then really piled-it-on with "ghetto trash" and "I wonder when she'll (Malia Obama) get her first abortion."
Free Republic claims to be a site that "does not advocate or condone racism, violence, rebellion, secession, or an overthrow of the government." The original thread -apparently censored- went down, but then inexplicably right back-up with the original comments intact- and then some. This was reported by Sun reporter Chris Parry, who supposedly "uncovered" the story.
That journalist later turned-out to be the same Chris Parry that has advocated on his own Daily Kos blog page any number of egregious offenses, among them: posting hate speech on sites like Free Republic and blaming it on conservatives!
Sadly, such devious efforts from the Left have been with us for some time, and in various forms. During the Clinton impeachment scandal, a then-new leftist group out of California called MoveOn.org employed a plan to get its members to dial into right-leaning talk radio shows such as Rush Limbaugh with scripted talking points falsely claiming that they were Republicans. They then feigned revulsion and said they "would never vote for the GOP again if the case against Bill Clinton was pursued."
MoveOn.org is today in the vanguard of the web's leftist-activists, and quite likely working in cahoots with David Plouffe's disingenuous propaganda efforts run right out of the DNC.
Luckily for us, these Alinskyite scum don't seem smart enough to realize how easy it is to follow their tracks and unmask them these days. Much like Dear Leader's own wanton dishonesty, their myopic obsession with destroying their political enemies -both real and imagined- has these characters acting like there's no YouTube or something.