Sunday, April 11, 2010
crashtheteaparty.org Recruiting People to Create False Evidence of Racism and Hate in the Tea Parties
The photo is of Josh Levin. He is the man who registered the crashtheteaparty.org website that is urging people to pose as members of Tea Parties and create false evidence of racism, hate, etc. NewsBusters says:
"Blogger Glenn Reynolds spotted CrashTheTeaParty.org today, a website that claims to represent "a nationwide network of Democrats, Republicans and Independents who are all sick and tired of that loose affiliation of racists, homophobes and morons; who constitute the fake grassroots movement, which calls itself 'the Tea Party.'"
"Their plan is to "infiltrate" Tea Party protests to create the false impression that protesters are racists by … being racists. That's right, they will bring with them offensive signs and give wildly offensive interviews to reporters, all with the intention of smearing a movement that wouldn't bring those signs or give those interviews themselves. It remains to be seen whether the mainstream media will take the bait."
Take a look at the saboteur's site here.
In spite of Levin's attempt to hide his identity as Ben Franklin of Philadelphia freerepublic was able to trace Levin's responsibility for the creation of the sabotaging site.
Honest Tea Party attendees should be on the lookout for Levin. It would not hurt to put anything suspicious on camera as long as no one endangers their own physical safety.
But one has to ask why evidence must be falsely created. Isn't that itself proof that the Tea Party movement is NOT everything its lying enemies say it is? By their dishonest methods have they not proved that they are the greater danger to the republic?