What are they trying to hide?

Evil Breitbart trolls

Here they go again:

Breitbart’s people at Netroots

by Donkey Hotey

Several of Breitbart’s people are at Netroots nation. Here is a link to a picture of them standing in a group. I have been told this group includes Loesch, Hoft, and Brandon Darby.

Don’t talk to them or give them quotes, and I’d suggest avoiding talking near them, as they are likely to try to take things out of context.

That’s mild compared to some of the comments that follow:

Who the hell is approving them in the 1st place? (4+ / 0-)

I know there are thousands of people who register, but I have to assume that people as well known as Loesch would be picked up.

I’m ok with people of differing views being allowed to register and participate, but these Breitbart fuckers have one and only one agenda – to systematically disrupt the convention and produce doctored propaganda audio/video clips to attack our existence.

Is there no way to identify these people and exclude them from Netroots Nation?


Invite them . . . (11+ / 0-)

Invite them to an after-hours, let-your-hair down soiree at Nellie’s Sports Bar, 900 U St.

You don’t show up, they do.

Nellie’s is one of the hottest gay bars in town.

Don’t even think about calling Nellie’s ahead of time and alerting them to a group of undercover . . . well, just don’t do it.

Heh, heh.

What’s wrong with gay bars?

I just know I’m gonna catch donuts for this……. (0+ / 0-)

….but if I had been able to make it there, barring a clear and immediate message from one particular person, I would be investing time in trying to score on Dana Loesch.

Then, if I happened to succeed, you can bet I’d diary it.

I have never, in my life, knowingly fucked a Republican.

(Unknowingly, yes….but that’s a story for another time.)

And I’m a guy who wouldn’t look twice at Meghan McCain or Bristol Palin, for just that reason. I don’t date Republicans. Especially ones named Palin.

But I must confess I could be persuaded to make an exception in Dana’s case.

We could always not talk politics……then we get drunk….”hey, my laptop’s in my room…wanna see my secret liberal files on how we’re gonna steal the election for Obama?”

So what are the Nutroots trying to hide? Supposedly they are smarter and better informed than those Breitbarters. You would think that a few feeble-minded conservatives surrounded and outnumbered by the Bestest and Brightestest would be overwhelmed by the superior intellects and ideas of the Progs and convert to the One True Faith.

I guess the Nutroots are afraid of getting girl cooties or something.

Dana Loesch

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52 Responses to What are they trying to hide?

  1. Lola-at-Large says:

    That pic of DL is classic! Democratic Socialists of America right there in the background.

  2. WMCB says:

    OT but OUCH. From twitter:

    “”Cory Booker is the guy people thought they were voting for in 2008”

  3. WMCB says:

    It’s ridiculous. WAAAAAAAAH! An icky girl conservative is standing here with us! Ew! I can see if she was being disruptive. But she wasn’t.

    This is the real reason they hate her so. She stood up to the drum-banging hordes in Madison WI, and had quite an effect:

    • cj says:

      Wow, thanks for posting that. I’ve seen her on CNN a few times, but didn’t realize what a kick-ass woman she is. Impressive, no matter what your politics are.

      • WMCB says:

        I don’t agree with everything she said, but she’s a prime example of what the conservative women leading the teaparty movement are like.

        Dems are stupid as a bag of rocks to keep imagining they are fighting a bunch of little prim Phyliss Schlafly types, snickering at the poor poor conservative wimminz barefoot and pregnant and doing what their swaggering menfolk say. Um, no. They are going to continue to lose, because they not only don’t understand, they blindly refuse to understand what they are up against.

  4. angienc says:

    Re: the basement dwelling loser who fantasizes about “fucking” (his word) the married Dana Loesch:

    You couldn’t fuck your way out of a whorehouse that took EBT cards.

    (saw that line on twitter last night about something else & I’m still LOL’ing about it).

    • WMCB says:

      The Progs consistently fall back on gay slurs and sexual imagery to insult conservatives. In Dana’s case it’s doubly stupid, since she and her husband are more libertarian than anything, and are big supporters of their gay conservative friends.

      They alternately called Breitbart “gay” or homophobe as well – when he was always pro gay rights, and was a board member of GOProud.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I notice that too, especially on the twitter #hashtag games. Then there are the twitter death threats……stay class Dems.

    • HELENK says:

      or in a women;s prison with a fist full of pardons

  5. Erica says:

    I hope Sarah hides the prog guy comments from Bristol. I’m sure the poor thing would just be crushed to think a$$holes like that don’t want to date her.

  6. HELENK says:

    it will be a long hot summer. backtrack will not spend a lot of time around meeeschele. She can not go to martha’s vineyard this year.
    she is going to be more miserable then ever to be around


  7. HELENK says:


    check out today’s picture

  8. WMCB says:

    GO LANNY!!!!!!! Lanny Davis says re: the “dead to me” Cory Booker and the Clinton stuff that “You have viscious people who are working for the president.”


    • Karma says:

      LOL….oops…didn’t refresh before I posted.

    • cj says:

      He’s right, there’s a real mob mentality thing going at the O-team; there always has been, but it’s reached the point where they’re rapidly running out of friends.

  9. Karma says:

    Lanny Davis on the radio questioning the logic of attacking supporters like ‘dead to us’ Booker and vicious people within the campaign.


  10. Karma says:

    Co-founder of Home Depot has an article praising Clinton vs Obama. States he doesn’t think Home Depot as a small business start-up could have survived or thrived in this business environment.


  11. WMCB says:

    You guys need to go read Ace’s new piece on Brett Kimberlin. It’s a doozy. This guy is disgusting.

    Another job he was assigned to in prison was doing quality control for military equipment. Rather than ensuring that equipment used by the men and women of the armed forces were in proper working order, Brett Kimberlin gave the equipment a positive rating — and then cut the wires himself.

    This is not an allegation; this is an amusing anecdote he enjoys bragging about. From Citizen K, page 184, directly quoting Kimberlin from the many conversations the author had with him in preparing the book:

    “I’d run the cables through quality control,” [Kimberlin] said. “I’d check them. I’d sign off on them. And then I’d cut some of the damn wires.”

    • DandyTiger says:

      That guy is scary dangerous.

      • WMCB says:

        Jusst my opinion, but I don’t even think he’s a real lefty. I think he’s a dangerously unhinged sociopathic con artist, who has scammed the left into embracing him, and is likely laughing his ass off at them.

  12. driguana says:

    When the fear factor rises, so do lies and tempers…..it’s going to be a long hot summer….fahrenheit 451…..

  13. WMCB says:

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! The best part is when his wife comes in and starts kicking the crap out of the robber:


  14. WMCB says:

    You know the Harry and Louise ads that the drug industry ran for Obamacare? Totally coordinated by Rahm Emmanuel.


  15. HELENK says:

    per fox news

    holder appoints two attorneys to investigate the national security leaks.

    guess that will be stonewalled like the fast and furious crimes

  16. WMCB says:

    The NYT has yet another article about Mormonism out. Because, ya know, they are so concerned about the “fact” that evangelicals hates them some Mormons. Even though the evangelicals, with one or two rare exceptions, have not had any problem whatsoever with Romney’s faith. But the NYT just has to tell us what they imagine to be in the heads of those evil evil bigots on the right. As a public service of concern, you see. A commenter on Althouse nailed it:

    Saint Croix said…
    Oh my God the New York Times is annoying. So passive-aggressive, so dishonest, so fucking liberal. Yet again they are talking about how Mitt Romney is a Mormon. They are raising the Mormon question. But the New York Times knows this is evil, in the New York Times’ lizard brain, so they deny what they are doing while doing it.

    “You’re so Mormon. You know how Mormon you are? Other people are attacking you because you’re a Mormon. The right is attacking you. The left is attacking you. But we’re not attacking you. We’re the New York Times! Although you are a Mormon. You’re definitely a Mormon. Not saying that’s a problem. Just want to talk about the Mormon church and the Mormons and you’re such a Mormon. You Mormon.”

    • yttik says:

      I don’t think the Right really cares. They’ve had four years of an alleged Muslim, alleged Socialist, alleged foreign born, President who doesn’t like this country. I think the Mormon stuff is a dog whistle to the Left, it implies religious extremism. Even if you’re mad at Obama, you have to vote for him or the Mormon will get in office and mandate that everyone wear special underwear!

      I get the feeling it’s going to backfire. The more they persecute Mormons, the more the Right is going to identify with Romney and resent the religious discrimination being directed his way. The only ones who really care about the Mormon issue are on the Left.If they keep pushing that, they’re going to come across as intolerant and people are going to rebel.

      • angienc says:

        Another major problem with the “Mormons are weird” thing they’re trying to sell is Utah. Seriously, the Mormons basically run Utah & have they imposed any of their “weirdness”on the Mormons there? Exactly. What do they expect me to believe — that Utah is just a cover to lull me into *thinking* a Mormon POTUS will not impose Mormonism on me?

        • myiq2xu says:

          They overplayed their hand. The people that would be bothered by Mitt’s Mormonism didn’t need to be told. People can be obstinate. If you try too hard to push them in one direction they’ll go the opposite way out of spite. The Obama campaign is trying to exploit bigotry and nobody wants to be called a bigot.

          Not only that but Republicans are like Orcs. They’ll fight amongst themselves but unite against a common enemy.

    • r u reddy says:

      I stopped regarding the NyTimes as “liberal” a long time ago. What was the breakpoint for me? I don’t remember how many years ago it was, but many years ago certain oil companies wanted to drill for oil in the Georges Bank off New England. That was the most lucrative fishing ground left within U.S. north atlantic waters. The Wall Street Journal condemned the idea on its EdiTORial page. The Wall Street Journal! They considered it “crony favoritism” to the oil industry against every other industry in that whole part of New England.

      The New York Times supPORted the idea. The NyTimes’s line was:
      so what if an oil drilling blowout destroys billions of dollars worth of future fish for all time? The oil bussiness needs the oil. That is when I realized that whereas the Wall Street Journal editorial section considered itself the voice of Freemarket Capitalist Theology , the NyTimes was the voice of the Insider Topsider Plutocracy . . . and their
      so-called “liberalism” was merely a matter of cultural taste and self-regard for their self-over-esteeming readers. The NyTimes is the voice of what passes for Old Money and also insider plutocratic power.

  17. r u reddy says:

    In all fairness, they might have feared footage about them being cut-paste/re-arrange/ videoshopped like Shirley Sherrod’s speech was. Of course, if that is what they fear, they would be better off working on how to make themselves cutting-room-floor-proof, if they can.

    • WMCB says:

      In all fairness, Breitbart stated from the beginning that the Sherrod video was a short excerpt, AND made the entire unedited version available on his website. Which is MORE responsible than the MSM usually is. It was not videoshopped, or cut-and-pasted together in a deceptive way. At all. He noted in his original article that she had regretted her attitude to the white farmer later.

      If you had read all of the pieces he wrote leading up to that one, you would know that he was not targeting Ms. Sherrod at all. It wasn’t some out-of-the-blue thing just for sensationalism. It was the latest in a long series he’d been doing about the Pigford settlements, and the chicanery that went on with them. The fact that Democrats freaked the fuck out and threw her under the bus before viewing the entire video THAT HE MADE AVAILABLE FROM DAY ONE is not Breitbart’s fault.

      • Oswald says:

        AB didn’t fire Sherrod. Obama did.

        By phone while she was driving down the road.

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