Meanwhile, in the lunatic right wing Birther community (and yes, it’s a community, and not a small one), a war is breaking out, as crackpot “journalist” Charles C. Johnson (who is NOT ME) visits Birther queen bee Orly Taitz and reportedly reveals a bit of BOMBSHELL BREAKING NEWS: Journalist Claims Breitbart Ignored Obama Eligibility Evidence Out of Fear of Government. (Google cache link to insane Birther site.)
Orly Taitz recently revealed some information that was procured through her dealings with former breitbart.com journalist Charles Johnson. If her account is factual, then it would be a serious indictment of this popular news organization. It goes beyond ignoring the facts to an unthinkable realization of purposely covering them up.
Attorney Orly Taitz was a speaker at an event with writer Charles Johnson…
After the presentation Johnson answered questions from the public
Johnson revealed that early on Andrew Breitbart hired him to disprove birther claims, to show that birthers are lying and Obama is eligible for the presidency. Johnson, an accomplished investigative journalist, engaged in extensive research and found that Taitz and others are correct, that birther claims are true, that Obama is indeed a fraud and using all bogus IDs. Johnson went back to Breitbart and other editors of breitbart.com advising them that birther claims are 100% correct and they should write about it. breitbart.com editors refused to write about it as they were afraid of persecutions by the IRS and other government agencies.
So, Johnson confirmed at a public meeting that breitbart.com, which fashions itself as a political dissident publication, was as complicit in the cover up of the biggest fraud in the US history, as the other main stream media publications, high ranking officials and a number of judges.
As a connoisseur of right wing idiocy, it pleases me enormously to see the Birther kooks attacking the Breitbrat kooks. It’s a kook battle! And this also shreds whatever credibility Charles C. Johnson (who is NOT ME) may have had; the guy is a Birther. End of story.
At her weird website, Orly Taitz also posted a photo of the book Charles C. Johnson (who, again, is NOT ME) signed for her, with the message: “To Orly — Keep telling the truth.”