Skip to comments.Progressive strategist denounces Kleinís reporting on Sandra Fluke as paranoia,conspiracy theory.
Posted on 03/10/2012 2:58:01 PM PST by tutstar
Progressive pollster Celinda Lake has responded to a KleinOnline investigative report also published at WND that raised questions about her ties to Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke as paranoia, conspiracy theory and an attempt to deflect because they wont condemn Rush Limbaugh.
In the report in question, Klein asked whether the congresswomen who pushed Flukes testimony coordinated with Lakes polling outfit, which recently conducted a survey to determine whether contraception mandates can become a possible presidential election issue.
Klein also asked whether Fluke had any prior connection to Obama administration officials before a report came out confirming former White House Communications Director Anita Dunns PR firm is now representing Fluke.
I appreciate the paranoia and conspiracy theory coming from the land of black helicopters, the Huffington Post quoted Lake as saying. I am also really flattered by the perception of our influence and strategic involvement. That said, we had nothing to do with organizing the Sandra Fluke incident and reaction.
(Excerpt) Read more at klein.wp.wnd.com ...
Aaron's previous article about this:
Sandra Fluke has been proven to be not an everywoman college student who spoke her mind, but a radical feminazi activist whose entire career has been spent in leftist advocacy groups. She’s also on her way to being yesterday’s news.
Awesome, funny as hell graphic. Thanks!!
It might well be true that Celinda Lake wasn't involved in Sandra Fluke going before the mock hearing, or the reaction to it. Doesn't mean she wasn't involved in the run-up to it, even though she may not have been the instigator.
So is the college, the media, and others presenting her as she really is? As an activist? Or has she been presented as a clean slate and a victim? If that's the case, she has been laundered.
Ping to my list............
That is HYSTERICAL! It’s just too bad that this whole controversy is going to leave her with the opportunity to have a really high-profile and well-paid career as a Georgetown lawyer. :( I bet if Rush had known that, he might not have given her the free publicity.
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