Breitbart’s Conspiracy Theorists

Media Matters notes that Andrew Breitbart has one of his writers insisting 9-11 and Oklahoma City were inside jobs:

Breitbart Defends Posting The Rants Of 9-11 Truther Michael Moriarty

February 09, 2011 4:28 pm ET by Eric Hananoki

On Tuesday, Andrew Breitbart defended his decision to feature the writings of former Law and Orderactor Michael Moriarty, who believes the September 11 and Oklahoma City attacks were inside jobs. Breitbart said that while he opposes Moriarty’s 9-11 conspiracy theories, he believes in “more voices, not less, unlike the left.”

“If he decides to try and take his 9-11 Truther stuff to my site, he’ll be laughed off the site on that argument alone,” Breitbart said at a talk for The George Washington University’s College Republicans. “He fights a very selective battle on that thing, and he’s just one voice out of many. I believe in more voices, not less, unlike the left, that’s why I created the Huffington Post.”

Breitbart added: “I have more voices, not less. I didn’t fight when people exposed that. I didn’t know that when he first started writing, but he does not have a platform to put that on my site.”




Of course, those of us who know the truth, know it was actually Michael Moriarity behind the attacks with his abilities shown in The 4400:



It’s Not the Onion

Because they’d never write stuff this bizzare:


Bill Ayers taught the Muslim Brotherhood how to protest

Players: Bill Ayers, Code Pink, President Obama, the Muslim Brotherhood
Advanced by: Kristinn Taylor and Andrea Shea King on
Sample quote: “The question is begged: What have Obama’s allies Ayers, Dohrn and Code Pink taught the Muslim Brotherhood and other anti-Mubarak organizations in Egypt about using protests, riots and the modern social media to coordinate their actions to undermine the Mubarak regime?”



Because Bill Ayers is TEH AWESOME at social media.


Read the whole thing for even more batshit insanity. It’s hard to have a discussion or argument with people who are completely ignorant of Mid East history or politics and start screaming that the MOOSLIMS are taking over, but cannot distinguish between different conservative Muslims and radical Muslims.   Also, too, when they think that Islamists have lots in common with secular liberals in the United States.

Daily Dolt: Frank Gaffney

I thought CPAC allowing the John Birch Society back into their conference that peak wingnut was pretty close to being realized, but Frank Gaffney has really upped the ante and claims that CPAC is infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood.  He’s quite effectively taken the far right and moved to their right by calling them fifth columnists.  It’s truly awesome.  But it gets better from Talking Points Memo:


The Muslim Brotherhood is often a target of right-wing pundits like anti-sharia crusader Frank Gaffney, who last month claimed the group had infiltrated CPAC. And as the single largest organized opposition group in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has emerged as a target for the right as the protests continue.

On Hannity last night, Gaffney argued that “the Obama Administration’s policies are being viewed through, and actually articulated and implemented through influence operations that the Muslim Brotherhood itself is running in our own country.”

“You cannot possibly get your strategy right, you cannot execute it effectively if you don’t know that the enemy is actually giving you advice on how to proceed,” he said.

Gaffney was much more explicit to ThinkProgress yesterday, listing Homeland Security Advisor John Brennan, Director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper, and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano as “questionable people who are sympathetic to the program of the stealth jihadists who have influence with the United States government.”


Fox News let’s this loon on TV and not to make fun of him.

Forcible Rape versus Not So Bad Rape

Love that Lipinski:


The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act, H.R. 3, will eliminate the need for numerous separate annual abortion-funding prohibitions (called riders) and ensure that no program or agency is exempt from the long-standing ban on taxpayer funding of abortion. The bill also codifies the conscience clause known as Hyde-Weldon. H.R. 3 maintains the status quo prohibition on taxpayer funding for abortion that has long been embodied in the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment allows for taxpayer funding of abortion in very limited cases, including if the pregnancy is the result of rape. The language of H.R. 3 was not intended to change existing law regarding taxpayer funding for abortion in cases of rape, nor is it expected that it would do so. Nonetheless, the legislative process will provide an opportunity to clarify this should such a need exist.


The choice was evil or incompetent and he comes down on the incompetent side.  It would be great if he got a District he could lose in, but it’s likely that Mike Madigan will protect his District.

6 Years of this Nonsense



“The consensus behind the climate change bill collapsed and then further deteriorated with the personal and political collapse of Vice President [Al] Gore,” Kirk told Greenwire.


So Al Gore is fat and separated so this has some effect on the science how?  So glad the great state of Illinois has put this brain power in office for 6 years.

I’m sure we’ll hear what a policy wonk this guy is…