Complicity or Conspiracy?

Posted on March 10, 2012 by


Unsurprisingly, the media turned out in force to pan the posthumous release of Breitbart’s video in which Barry is shown praising and hugging radical Harvard law professor Derrick Bell. Harvard eventually rid themselves of Bell, whose virulent hatred of whites became so pronounced that they could no longer ignore it.

That hasn’t been the case for his acolytes in the media, who characterized him as a “distinguished professor”, among other accolades heaped upon the racist. But they went further: although Breitbart stated at the 2012 CPAC conference that the President was finally going to be vetted, Investor’s Business Daily reports that the media not only knew about it four years ago, they actively conspired with academia to hide it from the American public.

“We hid this during the 2008 campaign,” confessed Harvard law professor Charles Ogletree. PBS had it then, but cut both the audio and the hug in a report on Obama’s Harvard days.

Days later, Ogletree lamely claimed that he was merely joking, but the selective editing by PBS and other media renders such an assertion untenable at best.

It comes as no surprise, then, that a media blackout was imposed on the recent revelation by Arizona Sheriff Arpaio, whose six month probe by forensic experts determined that the document Obama proffered as his birth certificate was … a forgery along with his selective service card issued in 1980. They think they know who did it and on what computer.

They’re trying desperately to re-bury something that has emerged from the grave, is stinking the place up, and absolutely will not die.

via: MaxRedline: Panned.