Have you ever wondered why Right Wing personalities that one would otherwise believe is intelligent continue to spew absurdities? Does anyone believe Sarah Palin or Sean Hannity believes President Obama is a socialist or palled around with terrorists? They know better.
They come up with these statements to raise the ire of gullible low information American citizen who run out to purchase their books or donate their hard earned dollars. Sadly, these Right Wing swindlers are receiving payments from those their actions actually hurt.
Most by now have seen Palin’s new solicitation SarahPAC video (video below), her PAC supposedly meant to raise money for candidates. In the video she states that “now is the time to furlough the consultants and tune out the pollsters”. Interesting enough The Daily Beast reports that in the last election cycle SarahPAC spent $5.1 million. Of that only $298,500 went to candidates. More than $4.8 million went to consultants.
Palin’s shenanigans are no different than past Fox News resident charlatan Dick Morris, the same Dick Morris that guaranteed a Romney win to the gullible Fox News viewer. Media Matters for America reported the following
According to FEC data released December 6, Morris’ Super PAC for America paid conservative news outlet Newsmax Media roughly $1.7 million for "fundraising" in October and November. A significant portion of the super PAC’s money likely went to renting Morris’ own email list, which is operated by Newsmax Media.
A Media Matters review found that in the month before the election, Morris sent at least 21 emails to his mailing list featuring fundraising pitches that were "paid for by Super PAC for America." Super PAC also "paid for" at least 25 emails to Newsmax.com’s main email list during the same period.
No one is saying the man is doing anything illegal but in the old days this was called laundering, the laundering of the hard earned money of gullible donors.
This is the modus operandi of many in the Right Wing Scam complex. Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, and many others have written books devoid of truth or context with the knowledge that the same base they keep misinformed with their scams, will be there to purchase their products. They have found recurring and productive income streams that they continue to feed like breeder nuclear reactors. Are they the definition of con artists? We report. You decide.