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WHO IS “THE GREATEST CHARLATAN OF THEM ALL?”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 23, 2016) — The message below was sent on Saturday morning to the Media Research Center (MRC) through its Contact form in response to founder L. Brent Bozell III’s column published at National Review Online on Friday.
Bozell’s editorial was part of an online “symposium” aimed at convincing primary voters not to vote for businessman and presidential candidate Donald J. Trump.
In the third paragraph of his piece, Bozell stated that “The GOP base is clearly disgusted and looking for new leadership. Enter Donald Trump, not just with policy prescriptions that challenge the cynical GOP leadership but with an attitude of disdain for that leadership — precisely in line with the sentiment of the base. Many conservatives are relishing this, but ah, the rub. Trump might be the greatest charlatan of them all.”
The next paragraph began with, “A real conservative walks with us.”
Since 2008, “conservative,” “liberal,” and all major media have neglected to research the background and documentation of the current White House occupant, Barack Hussein Obama. Some of those same parties are now scrutinizing and exposing every aspect of Trump’s life, business dealings, and at times, the “birth certificate” issue which Trump raised in early 2011 when he was considering a run for the presidency the following year.
Noticeably absent from that discussion are “conservatives” such as NRO, Human Events, certain Fox News commentators, and radio hosts whose reach could have informed multitudes of the conclusions of the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse, made public on March 1, 2012, that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration form are “computer-generated forgeries.”
Michael Medved and Glenn Beck are two such radio hosts who have responded to callers “with an attitude of disdain” over Obama’s questionable bona fides. Both wrote columns in the anti-Trump symposium.
A related link within Beck’s column leads to a story written last September titled, “Donald Trump’s Birther Moment Tells Us about Donald Trump, and Not Much Else… ” which connects a question Trump received at a New Hampshire rally about Muslims in America with Trump’s questioning of Obama’s lack of documentation. The attendee had stated, “We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims. We know our current president is one. You know he’s not even an American. Birth certificate, man! We have training camps growing where they want to kill us. That’s my question: When can we get rid of ‘em?”
Maintaining that Trump and his spokesperson provided inadequate responses, author Charles C.W. Cooke wrote, “What does this tell us? Well, at the very least, it tells us that Trump is still not willing to acknowledge that the rumors that have floated around Obama since 2008 are wholly unsubstantiated. As recently as July of this year, Trump was openly refusing to say whether he thought that Obama had been born in the United States. Nothing whatsoever in last night’s performance could lead one to conclude that he has outgrown this indulgence…”
Could Bozell, Beck, Medved, Cooke and other “media” voices fear what will happen once the truth about Obama emerges? Do they dread a Trump administration wherein the attorney general, FBI, CIA, DNI, NSA and other agencies are directed to unearth Obama’s true past and expose, perhaps, “a charlatan” who masqueraded as “the president” for eight years?
We clicked the “Send” button and received the following confirmation: