I know that RedState has already covered the remarkably weak-tea ‘revelation’ that the Rubio family racked up some traffic violations, but it’s an even more tawdry-to-Democrats story that we thought. As in… amazing what you can write when you get fed a story, you know what I mean?
The New York Times Friday report that Republican Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and his wife Jeanette have been cited 17 times for traffic violations was written after the citations were pulled by liberal opposition research firm American Bridge, according to Miami-Dade County court records.
Records show that each of the citations mentioned by the New York Times were pulled in person by American Bridge operatives on May 26, 2015.
Continue reading NYT’s @arappeport & @steveeder obediently vomit up American Bridge Lefty oppo.
I know that I wrote this up already, but I did before I got some critical information on the subject. To recap: this afternoon, [Brad] [Oops! – ML] Woodhouse (chief minion of the rabid Democratic lackeys over at American Bridge) thought that he had done his part for Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn by peddling out a fake story that Republican candidate David Perdue had signed a woman’s torso. Presumably the intent here was to go into yet another iteration of the Democrats’ ‘War on Women’ nonsense-meme. Unfortunately for Michelle Nunn and the aforementioned lackeys, it blew up in their faces:
David Perdue, the Republican running for Georgia’s open Senate seat, was signing an insulin pump — not a young woman’s stomach — in a video released Friday.
In the video, taped by a Democratic opposition group and obtained by Buzzfeed, Perdue is seen leaning down to sign something on a young woman’s abdomen at a campaign rally before someone blocks the camera’s view.
“No pictures on this,” Perdue is heard saying.
Continue reading American Bridge’s (read: Michelle Nunn’s) incompetent attempt to smear David Perdue.
See, this is why you need to be careful about what you link to on Twitter.
The story started out as “David Perdue signs woman’s torso!” …and ended up as “Perdue signs woman’s insulin pump to raise awareness for juvenile diabetes.” This is from Brad Woodhouse’s shop, by the way… and it was stuff like this from Brad Woodhouse’s old shop (the DNC) that made 2010 such a joy. Well, for us at least.
PS: Buzzfeed, Buzzfeed, Buzzfeed: when will your site learn to double-check everything Brad Woodhouse sends you? Rookie mistake, folks.
Let me set the scene: Republican Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-08) was in his district on Thursday, doing general Congressmen stuff: in this particular case, he was making an appearance at a local high school [political] science club. Basic, not-particularly-[partisan]-political constituent outreach, in other words. Rep. Fitzpatrick was off doing the unglamorous civics thing, which is a large part of any Representative’s job.
But apparently the progressive PAC American Bridge feels that it’s their job to break into high schools while they’re in session and then go stalk Congressmen: Continue reading PJ Tatler: American Bridge PAC now stalking Republicans through high schools.