Anthony "Carlos Danger" Weiner , Sexting
Are you growing tired of the continuing distractions created by the Obama-Holder regime of racial radicalization regarding the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman matter? I believe there is one way that this matter could be forever sent to the ever growing black hole of criminal activities perpetrated by this tyrannical regime and media complicity. Perhaps we could ask Mr. Zimmerman to legally change his name to Benjamin Ghazi, or Ben Ghazi, thereby assuring that his name and perhaps the incident itself would never be again spoken by Obama.
I have not computed the print space, air time, or the passion expended by the bobble-headed political pundits pertaining to the Zimmerman case, but I suspect that it far exceeds the coverage of the events leading up to the murder of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. While Obama and his cabal of cronies continue to use the Holder justice department to stir racial tensions and steamroll states into submission, the focus of the American people is purposely being directed away from the historic beginnings of a third world war that we are about to see unfold.
The events in Benghazi, once exposed for all to see, will reveal that the CIA, Obama’s other “private army,” was involved in one of the largest arms trafficking operations in the Middle East by furnishing arms and training to the anti-Assad terrorists. It is the agenda of the Saudis and the Muslim Brotherhood that Obama has been and continues to export, yet Americans remain largely in the dark about such world changing matters.
Speaking of the Muslim Brotherhood, perhaps Hillary Rodham Clinton aide Huma Abedin, now the new Tammy Wynette of New York state politics, could urge her husband, Anthony “Carlos Danger” Weiner to change his “sexting” handle to something less likely to be picked up by the corporate media. May I suggest Fast ‘n Furious, which just might be more appropriate to his serial disturbance of electrons as images of his private parts stream through the NSA fiber-optic filters, rendering the obligatory government watchers temporarily traumatized.
After all, if it is not picked up by today’s scratch and sniff media, it doesn’t appear to exist.
By Doug Hagmann