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Why is the Secret Service protecting Glenn Beck?


Why is the Secret Service protecting Glenn Beck?
Glenn Beck Confronted, Protagonists Questioned By Secret Service – Ron Paul supporters threatened with arrest for asking CNN host about recent tirade linking them with terrorists

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
November 26, 2007

Members of We Are Change Ohio were threatened with arrest and questioned by members of the Secret Service before and after confronting CNN host Glenn Beck this past weekend about his efforts to link Ron Paul supporters with terrorists, during public appearances at which Beck was promoting his new book.

Pro-Ron Paul demonstrators were waiting for Beck as he arrived at two separate events in Ohio, but those who tried to question Beck about his recent tirade about the Congressman’s supporters being a “physical threat” that should be dealt with by the U.S. military were quickly booted out by security and threatened with arrest by police if they re-entered the bookstore.

Beck and his mindless sycophants applauded as Change members were frog-marched out of the building for asking a question.

During one more low-key exchange, Beck did agree to have Ron Paul on his CNN show. Attempts to give Beck a V For Vendetta DVD were unsuccessful.

Watch the videos.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WR6rZtomgUM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZmL4ZIf24c

U.S. taxpayers footed the bill for four police to man the event at the second appearance in Columbus, along with several other plain clothed officers and even Secret Service officials who, according to demonstrators, questioned Ron Paul supporters.

Activists claimed that Beck’s employees admitted Secret Service were chaperoning Beck, leading to charges that Beck is being directly bankrolled and protected by the government to spew his propaganda.

One man was questioned about Ron Paul as he lined up to meet Beck.

“I know it wasn’t one of these people (the Ron Paul supporters),” he remarked.

“They looked like former military officers,” he added.

 



Neo-Libs & Neo-Cons Gang Up On Ron Paul Supporters

Neo-Libs & Neo-Cons Gang Up On Ron Paul Supporters
Liberal Wonkette website teams up with right-wing Red State to “declare war on Paultards”

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet

November 15, 2007


November 10 Philidelphia Rally – Credit: Jim Babb

In another example of how the establishment of both sides of the controlled political paradigm are scared stiff of the Texas Congressman’s surging popularity, smarmy liberal website Wonkette and frothing Neo-Con blog Red State have ganged up to form an alliance and “declare war” on Ron Paul supporters.

Wonkette is a predominately mindless political gossip blog which mixes serious items in with alleged humor. Its founding editor, Ana Marie Cox, was eventually recruited by Time Magazine to sit on the peanut gallery with the rest of the toadying establishment media neo-lib sycophants.

Wonkette has engaged in a continued smear campaign against Ron Paul supporters, maturely labeling them “Paultards”, “CGI runts,” inferring they are all racists and accusing them of spamming online blogs and messageboards, in a similar vein to the ridiculous accusations of those who claim that Ron Paul’s support is phantom or as a result of “spambots”. The fact that the Texas Congressman broke records in receiving over $4 million from donations in one day recently – from real people and not “Computer-generated imagery” as Wonkette would have us believe, didn’t seem to register with these morons.

Red State, a term originally derived from Marxist political thinking, is a virulently phony right-wing Neo-Con blog. Its chief founder, Ben Domenech, was similarly recruited by the Washington Post in March 2006, but was forced to resign within a week after admitting to plagiarism, before returning to the Red State editorial board. Red State is a favorite haunt of scandal-ridden Republican Congressman Tom Delay, who posts a regular diary.

Red State is notorious for banning anyone who criticizes George W. Bush – after he was banned, longtime Red State blogger Adam Bonin remarked that the website “Seems to represent the worst in partisan hackery rather than the intellectual, grassroots conservative site it had been.” Red State recently announced that they would instantly ban new users who “Shill for Ron Paul in any way shape, form or fashion.”

Now Wonkette and Red State have teamed up to “declare war” on Ron Paul supporters.

“We were impressed with your recent banning of Paultards. We have one or two that we kind of like, but we try our best to ban the others. Nevertheless, these little CGI-based runts find their way to new cyber enclaves, from which they donate $4.3 million dollars to celebrate Guy Fawkes, as popularized by that sad excuse for a film, V for Vendetta,” reads the Wonkette post.

“This is a call for internet bipartisanship. We must bipartisan…ly declare war on the Paultards!”

Red State followed up by accepting the invitation.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BWFD4qPAfc

Whether this is just a tongue-in-cheek jibe or an actual policy to coordinate smear attacks on Ron Paul supporters, it’s merely a continuation of what both these websites have been doing for months.

If Ron Paul’s support base is nothing more than a bunch of CGI runts, retards and spammers then why are both these websites so obsessed about ceaselessly attacking them?

The fact is that the Ron Paul Revolution represents a growing movement of real people who are sick and tired with the same set of establishment stooges put forward in the Republican and Democrat fields every four years – the very shills that Wonkette and Red State lend credence to with their ninnying idolatry of people like Giuliani and Hillary Clinton.

Ron Paul is the only leading candidate from either field who advocates the immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. This isn’t a “fringe” belief, it isn’t a closeted whim on behalf of spammers, racists or retards – it is the majority sentiment prevalent in America today.

Wonkette and Red State’s amazement that they would be “spammed” with so many Ron Paul e mails and comments answers why their ignorance is rivaled only by their stupidity.

DUMMIES – you are getting so many Ron Paul comments and e mails because Ron Paul is POPULAR and his POPULARITY is growing. Do you understand?

Ron Paul is REAL, his POPULARITY is REAL, his supporters are REAL, and the record breaking $4 million plus he received in donations recently is REAL.

Do I have to spell it out any clearer for you to grasp this basic concept?

Now may I suggest you Neo-Libs at Wonkette concentrate solely on fawning over Bill Clinton at DC parties, and you Red Staters return to your masturbating over the future bombing of Iran, and leave the REAL political activism to those of us who are actually interested in saving America by electing the only REAL candidate out there?

 

Help America by helping Ron Paul song by Roy Shivers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdV7YsM-N50

Neocon Attack on Ron Paul: Greasing the Skids for Implementation of H.R. 1955?
http://www.truthnews.us/?p=849

Open Letter to CNN and Glenn Beck: Ron Paul Supporters are Not Terrorists
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/november2007/151107_b_letter.htm

Neocon Horowitz Falsely Equates Liberal and Libertarian Sites with Islamo-Fascism
http://politicalinquirer.com/2007/11/14/n…-islamo-fascism/

Ron Paul’s “Fringe Views” Are Supported By The Majority of Americans
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/november2007/141107_fringe_views.htm

Ron Paul’s Campus Army Putting Left-Field Presidential Candidate Front And Center
http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1574216/20071113/id_0.jhtml

Pollsters and pundits retreating from the Ron Paul juggernaut
http://www.usadaily.com/article.cfm?articleID=162633

Rolling Stone: Ron Paul a Republican takes the lead against the war
http://www.rollingstone.co…kes_the_lead_against_the_war

Zogby hints that Ron Paul has a good chance of winning New Hampshire
http://politicalinquirer.com/200…nce-of-winning-new-hampshire/

Hillary Clinton, Ron Paul Win Web Traffic War
http://www.newsmax.com/in…4/49548.html

City going after Ron Paul signs
http://www.sj-r.com/News/stories/20099.asp

Iowa Looks Up for Ron Paul?
http://www.freemarketnews.com/WorldNews.asp?nid=51454

Students, Independents – Iowa Key for Ron Paul
Ron Paul collectin fans, big money
Zogby: Ron Paul Could Get 15% To 18%
Ron Paul: Entangling Alliances

 



MSNBC: Ron Paul sets one-day fundraising record ‘in the name of a terrorist’

MSNBC: Ron Paul sets one-day fundraising record ‘in the name of a terrorist’

Raw Story
November 7, 2007

Ron Paul’s unconventional presidential campaign has regularly broken the mold of politics as usual and has set new records in the process. On November 5, Paul’s supporters raised over $4 million — breaking the one-day record of any other Republican — and they did it by exploiting the anarchistic associations of Guy Fawkes Day and the movie V for Vendetta. Although coordinated by an independent website, the campaign has been endorsed by Paul.

Conservative commentator Joe Scarborough indicated on his MSNBC program the next morning that Ron Paul supporters were already emailing him about the record-setting fundraiser. He said, “They’re crazed, they’re upset because in the first 32 minutes we have not announced that Ron Paul raised a lot of dough.”

“It’s an old story. That’s what Ron Paul does,” commented co-host Willie Geist. “He’s Ron Paul. It goes without saying.”

Scarborough noted the significance of the Guy Fawkes tie-in, explaining, “I don’t know if you saw V for Vendetta, but Guy Fawkes is a guy that tried to assassinate some king — King Henry or King George or King — James! … So I guess that’s a libertarian thing to do. Try to assassinate kings. And so they had a celebration of this dastardly act.”

Scarborough then showed a clip from a YouTube video in which the Vendetta-styled slogan “Remember, remember the 5th of November … the Old Republic is showing its face” dissolves into a “Ron Paul Revolution” logo, followed by a donation appeal with another logo saying “the Republic is … We the People.”

“Kind of strange, but that’s okay,” Scarborough commented. “I do think it’s fascinating that a guy like Ron Paul is raising the money he’s raising.”

Scarborough noted that there have been accusations that Paul supporters are hacking online polls to show Paul winning the Republican debates. However, he and his co-hosts agreed that whether or not Paul is actually winning the debates, he’s certainly made them more interesting. “With a lot of Republican candidates trying to sound like everyone else, he’s the one voice that’s standing out in the crowd,” commented Scarborough. “Maybe that’s why he’s doing well.”

Scarborough then spoke to NBC News political director Chuck Todd about Paul’s success, saying “4.2 million dollars, I’m told, he raised on Monday. That’s an extraordinary take … It’s very impressive …”

“In the name of a terrorist, no less,” Todd broke in.

“Anybody who saw V for Vendetta would be truly frightened … but a lot of true believers who believe in limited government and believe in Republicans talking like Republicans. That is a radical notion,” Scarborough concluded.

The following video is from MSNBC’s Morning Joe, broadcast on November 6, 2007.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8xdKJ64GAc

 

Video: Ron Paul On Tucker – (11/06/2007)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kGzPT-scnw

 

Paul on ABC News Discussing November 5th

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YRh3SOnrxg

 

Fox News on Ron Paul’s Internet Donations

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WthS1S9U7gU

 

MSNBC: Ron Paul Sets Fund Raising History

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcq41djNhew

Ron Paul Discussion Banned On Hannity’s Site
http://www.undergroundpolitics.com…onation_drive.html

Fox Buried Record Breaking Ron Paul Story
http://www.truthnews.us/?p=707

Ron Paul Explains Fundraising Boom: Americans ‘Don’t Like The War’
http://mparent7777-2.blogsp…s-fundraising-boom.html

Paul’s Money Draws Attention
http://www.guardian.co.uk/worl…C%2C-7055741%2C00.html

Glenn Greenwald on the Ron Paul Phenomenon
http://www.salon.com/opinion/greenwald/2007/11/06/paul/index.html