Thursday, May 10, 2012

Washington Post Fabricates Story Of Romney Being Gay-Bashing Bully

The Omedia has figured out that there is no way in hell the American people are going to re-elect Barack Obama on his failed record the past four years so they will resort to fabricating tales about Mitt Romney to make him out to be a loathsome monster who lacks the character to be the leader of the free world. In this particular case, the Washington Post's Jason Horowitz reaches back to Mitt Romney's teen-age years attending an elite prep school in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan to create an image of an elitist, prankster who bullied a homosexual classmate, perfectly timed just a day after President Barack Obama sort of said he supports gay marriage. The classmates who make the allegations after more than 45 years are, of course, all Democrats. The individual who was supposedly bullied by Romney is dead and cannot speak to the allegations. His family from South Bend, however, can speak and says it ain't so [See update below].

The fantastic tale in the Post hit piece against Romney is already falling apart upon scrutiny. The allegation is that Romney and a group of his classmates tormented, held down and cut off the hair of a classmate "presumed homosexual" who had died his hair blond using peroxide. The hack reporter falsely attributed a quote to one of the classmates, Stu White, that he "had long been bothered by the hair-cutting incident." When contacted by ABC News, White said that he was not even present when the alleged incident occurred and was not aware the incident had even occurred until he was contacted about it by the Post reporter. Nonetheless, ABC News ran with the story as its opening story on tonight's evening news, omitting the factual inaccuracies in Horowitz' original account. The online print story also omits comments one of the classmates made when the story aired during this evening's broadcast that runs counter to the tale told by the partisan Romney haters where a classmate described the incident as more pretense of cutting the boy's hair than actually cutting out clumps of the hair as recounted by one of the accusers. The print story does include some comments from two Romney classmates who strongly protested the characterization of Romney as a bully:
In response to the Post story, the Romney campaign today released statements of two other students who attended Cranbrook with Romney.
“Mitt was a thoughtful guy with a great sense of humor who cared about his classmates. He had a good perspective on how to balance all the pressures high school students face. He would never go out and do anything mean spirited. Clownish, yes. Never mean,” said Richard Moon, a classmate of Romney’s.
“Mitt never had a malicious bone in his body – trying to imply or characterize him as a bully is absurd.” said John French, another Cranbrook classmate.

This is the same news media which refuses to investigate Obama's alleged homosexual relationship with the openly gay choir director at the controversial Rev. Jeremiah Wright's Trinity Church of Christ. Wright's church had a reputation for acting as a gay match-making service for professional blacks like Obama who like having gay sex on the down low while living heterosexual lives. Another openly gay man, Larry Sinclair, has sworn under oath that he spoke to Young about his homosexual relationship with Obama shortly before someone broke into Young's southside apartment and executed him for no apparent motive just weeks before the 2008 Iowa Caucus. Young's mother has confirmed that her late son had an intimate relationship with Obama and has spoken out about her frustration with the Chicago Police Department's neglect in trying to solve her son's murder. Sinclair has recounted his own sex and drug romp in a limousine during a trip to Chicago back in 1999 when Obama was still a relatively unknown state senator. When Sinclair held a Washington press conference to tell about his drug and sex encounter with Obama, Joe Biden's son, then-Attorney General of Delaware, had Sinclair arrested on trumped up state charges and hauled away from his press conference in handcuffs to discredit him. Weeks later when nobody was watching, Beau Biden's office dropped the fabricated criminal charges against Sinclair. A defamation lawsuit brought against Sinclair for claims made by him in his book about Obama and those who are protecting Obama's gay past by the powerful Patton Boggs D.C. law firm was thrown out of court by a federal judge. Beyond the tabloids, no mainstream media outlet will cover Obama's hidden gay lifestyle.

More recently, we learn from Obama biographer David Maraniss that Obama manufactured fake girlfriends and other persons who supposedly passed in and out of his life in his highly-acclaimed autobiography, Dreams From My Father, that was ghost written by terrorist Bill Ayers. Oddly, the supposedly Hawaiian-born's roommates and friends while he was living in New York and supposedly attending classes at Columbia University were all Pakistanis. The only known girlfriend Obama supposedly had while living in New York was foreign-born Genevieve Cook, the daughter of a high-ranking Australian intelligence officer, who described scenes of Obama relaxing in his New York apartment in Asian garb while reading or solving a New York Times crossword puzzle and still in search of his identity in America. Cook also spoke of Obama using a different pronunciation of his name than he uses today. Obama continues to keep all of his high school prep, college, law school, state senate and bar admission records under lock and seal from the prying eyes of investigative reporters. The double standards of the media in their reporting of Obama compared to his political opponents knows no bounds.

UPDATE: While the media pounces all of over the Romney bullying story, Breitbart reminds us that it was young Barry who once wrote about bullying and shoving a little black girl on the playground to win the approval of his white classmates. He wrote about her in "Dreams From My Father". The little girl, now a grown woman, denies the incident ever occurred. As Jack Cashill points out, Obama biographer David Remnick found the girl. "She had no such memory." "He was my knight in shining armor," she gushed. So strange. TMZ's Harvey Weinstein had the best take on the timing of Obama's announcement that he now sort of supports gay marriage after opposing it all of these years. He made his announcement the day before actor George Clooney hosted a big fundraiser for him in his home. Clooney is one of the biggest closeted gay men in Hollywood. Weinstein thinks the timing of the announcement was no coincidence. I agree.

UPDATE: Breitbart catches the Washington Post in the act of making a stealth correction to its original hit piece on Romney without acknowledging its orignal false narrative:

The original Washington Post piece stated the following:
“I always enjoyed his pranks,” said Stu White, a popular friend of Romney’s who went on to a career as a public school teacher and has long been bothered by the Lauber incident. [emphasis added]
 Yet in an interview with ABC News today, White disowned that characterization:
While the Post reports White as having “long been bothered” by the haircutting incident,” he told ABC News he was not present for the prank, in which Romney is said to have forcefully cut a student’s long hair and was not aware of it until this year when he was contacted by the Washington Post.
White didn’t know about the incident until this year, but the Post reported that he had “long been bothered” by it. We demanded a correction.
 So the Washington Post did what no reputable newspaper should ever do when caught falsifying testimony: it made a stealth correction to its own article. The article now reads:
“I always enjoyed his pranks,” said Stu White, a popular friend of Romney’s who went on to a career as a public school teacher and said he has been “disturbed” by the Lauber incident since hearing about it several weeks ago, before being contacted by The Washington Post. “But I was not the brunt of any of his pranks.” [emphasis added] 
The Post did not note that it had made any correction to the article.
Even worse for the Post's credibility, the sister of John Lauber, who hails from our own South Bend, Indiana, says she had no knowledge of the bullying incident. “The family of John Lauber is releasing a statement saying the portrayal of John is factually incorrect and we are aggrieved that he would be used to further a political agenda. There will be no more comments from the family,” she said. Ouch. Horowitz should be canned, but he'll probably be awarded a Pulitzer Prize instead.

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