Saturday, April 3, 2010

Breitbart "Deconstructs" Alinsky

Andrew Breitbart continues to shine a laser beam on the Alinskyesque tactics of the left in its attacks on the Tea Party movement.  It's a long read, but worth it, if only to make you stand a little taller and continue to speak up without fear.  Just a few photons from his recent article at Big Journalism:
Those in the movement who are Hispanic or black are given the Clarence Thomas treatment: mocked, ridiculed and marginalized. The Democratic party cannot afford for minority groups to break from the pack, so they show that apostasy is met with high-grade ridicule. Those willing to withstand vile and hateful un-American taunts are some of America’s greatest patriots.

The press went straight to petrified Republican leaders like John Boehner and Michael Steele over the falsified “N-word” allegations, who dutifully offered apologies that they were not qualified to give. It was a set-up.

I smelled a rat so I offered at first $10k five days after the highly publicized alleged incidents happened. How could we be five full news cycles into this major controversy and not have any evidence? In fact, the existing footage showed the Congressional Black Caucus walking and never once moving their heads toward any “racist outbursts.” Is it conceivable that all of them stoically walked by the N-word as it was hurled 15 times — as they were holding up cameras to convey they were suspicious of the crowd to begin with?

We are now two weeks since the bill was signed and the $10k reward jumped to $20k in a day after it was mentioned on both Hannity and O’Reilly. At the Searchlight Tea Party event last weekend I upped the ante to $100k. So where’s the evidence? Ken Vogel of Politico covered this story and said calls to Rep. John Lewis — one of the originator’s of the N-word storyline – were never returned.
These days, there is rarely a high school hall fight in America that doesn't wind up in color video on YouTube within hours.  How is it that this historic overture to the passage of the most sweeping legislation in a generation attended by thousands has not produced a scintilla of evidence to support these claims?

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