Posted on | October 31, 2013 | 33 Comments
Because the previous post strung out to 1,500 words — highlighting Neal Rauhauser’s role in the harassment of Mike Stack — I neglected to ask an important question about Rauhauser’s June 2, 2011, “Stranded Wind” post at Daily Kos: Why did Neal tell this lie?
Congressman Anthony Weiner was stalked, set up, smeared, and this was coordinated to protect Clarence Thomas from scrutiny.
You see that this is 18 words of pure, deliberate falsehood.
Neal Rauhauser tells lies like that habitually and routinely. This is just one randomly selected lie among thousands, but look at it again:
What could possibly be Rauhauser’s motive for telling that lie? I mean, we now know conclusively that Weiner was never “stalked,” “set up,” and “smeared,” right? Anthony Weiner was guilty, guilty, guilty.
Neal Rauhauser knew this, too. He is not stupid. He knew very well that Weiner sent the Tweets that Weiner was accused of sending.
There was no “set up.” There was no “smear.”
Neal just lied and made that up, but look at the second half of his lie:
. . . this was coordinated to protect Clarence Thomas from scrutiny.
“Coordinated”? By whom did Rauhauser say this was “coordinated“?
We see a steady flow of similar crimes – illegal taping, attempts to tap a Senator’s phone, now intrusion into a Congressman’s social media profiles, and the one thing in common? Andrew Breitbart, who is operating a continuing criminal enterprise as defined by the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act aka RICO.
And now this gang, this conservative media mafia, has done a hit on a U.S. Congressman, and it’s one carefully timed to protect corrupt Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from scrutiny, and the timing of the delivery was flawless.
This is obviously false, and obviously Neal Rauhauser knew it was false. The “timing” of when Anthony Weiner tweeted that photo of his bulging crotch was entirely up to Anthony Weiner, and so Neal Rauhauser’s deliberate falsehood is preposterous. Yet there it is:
“Andrew Breitbart . . . is operating a continuing criminal
enterprise . . . [which] has done a hit on a U.S. Congressman
. . . carefully timed to protect corrupt Supreme Court
Justice Clarence Thomas from scrutiny.”
This is a lie, and the question is: Why?
No one has ever backed Neal Rauhauser into a corner and demanded that he answer for all the lies he told about WeinerGate, I have focused here on exactly one of those lies, for a reason: It was in that June 2, 2011, post that Rauhauser threatened Mike Stack.
Three weeks later, Mike Stack was SWATted.
A week after that, Patrick “Patterico” Frey was SWATted.
What do Mike Stack and Patrick Frey have in common?
Somebody needs to ask Neal Rauhauser a few questions.