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You’d really think they’d be embarrassed to do this

The folks over on Right Wing Avenue are sponsoring a “watchdog training” here in Raleigh later this month at which the headliner is the very troubled troublemaker James O’Keefe.

As  you will recall, one of the many “accomplishments” on young Mr. O’Keefe’s brief “watchdog” career (other than manufacturing inaccurate and dishonest “gotcha'” videos and getting arrested for attempting to play dirty tricks on a Louisiana Senator) was producing a video that wrongfully — some would say fraudulently — claimed to have unearthed voter fraud in North Carolina a couple months back.

As the folks at Think Progress have documented, the whole thing was as phony as a three dollar bill.  

All in all, quite a coup for the local Pope group!

 

 

One Comment


  1. david esmay

    July 17, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    I thought this jag-off was under house arrest and biding his time in his parents basement.

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