Yoda may have had The Force on his side, but Jim Hoft, the legendary Dumbest Man on the Internet, has something much more powerful: The Fail.
And today he’s workin’ that Hoft magic again, as he whips out an infamous, long-debunked fake photograph of John Kerry and Jane Fonda purportedly at an “anti-war rally:”
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The Snopes entry for this hoax is dated 2004, and it includes the two photos that were merged together to create the fake. But as you can see, it’s still being recycled as truth in the closed environment of the Wingnut Echo Chamber.
Keep up the good work, Jim!
UPDATE at 2/9/13 2:19:13 pm
But wait, the derp continues! LGF contributor Gus points out:
Oops. Another mistake that he made. Jane Fonda was born in 1937 while John Kerry was born in 1943. Ding, ding, ding. Neither of them are baby boomers.
UPDATE at 2/9/13 2:40:06 pm
Hoft has now closed comments and apparently deleted all the existing ones for his post.