Skip to comments.Confirmed: (Racist) Left Wing Plant at Houston Pro-Zimmerman Rally is Far Left Activist
Posted on 07/23/2013 6:58:26 AM PDT by kristinn
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Helen Thomas had a page???
anyone expect a retraction?
The edited page:
Look at the page source. She is still in there, they just commented her entry out.
The Wall Street Journal ran an online retraction but I don’t know if it’ll be in the print edition.
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Other Than That, the Story Was Accurate
An earlier version story contained an error that said that a pro-Zimmerman protester held a sign saying, Were racist & proud and shouted that slogan at pro-Trayvon Martin protesters. The woman displayed the sign in front of the pro-Zimmerman group, in an apparent attempt to mock them. It is unclear whether the woman, identified by the Houston Chronicle as Renee Vaughan, was involved with either group.Daily News (New York), July 22
Thanks for posting this. However, the WSJ column by James Taranto was mocking the correction posted by the NY Daily News.
What a low-life bitch.
Liberals are such awful people. Liars, cheats, scum... in a long tradition of lowlifes..
She looks hard - mean. The face of a liberal...
What’s better is we’ll be able to go back over all the old pictures and ID the lying liberals.
We can trust fellow conservatives... just can’t trust liberal whores. And their poverty pimps...
Her scam enviro group probably got their tax-exempt threatened for inciting a riot and fomenting violence. These are the stinky hippies that comb neighborhoods in groups of eight or ten rustling up donations.
This is a common tactic by Americas enemies.
And it works very, very well.
Yes, although it’s primary purpose is to help you figure out who owns the right to an image you might want to use. Google apparently has some excellent facial recognition software they are not fully implementing because it scares people.
Combined with their new google glass eyewear, it is thought that Google could provide you a way to walk down the street and identify half the people you see.
You can easily play with it. You get two browser windows. In one, pull up any image. In the other, go to google.com, and select images. Now, at the far right of the search bar in google, there’s a camera. This is the wild part. Move your cursor to the image in the other browser window, left-click and drag it to the search bar, and drop it. Google will find everywhere that picture shows up on the internet, and then will also try to pattern match recognizable features in the picture with other pictures.
Libs like this never bother to actually listen to or read our arguments so of course they do stuff that no true conservative would do in an effort to try to make us look bad.
The best reaction to these plants I’ve seen is when tea-partiers surround them with signs of their own (with arrows pointing to the offender) that say things like “Leftist Plant. Needs Shower of Rain,” “Liberal Stooge Showing Their Hate HERE!,” or “Community Divider At Work.”
Eventually, they leave on their own or are shown the door. But in the meantime, good clean fun at their expense!
I tried it, that is wild! Now I’m all paranoid of all the photos of myself I uploaded from the past like umpteen years lol. That is amazing I had no idea about this stuff thanks!
I couldn’t find her in the site. Does anyone have a screenshot. This bitch needs to be fully outted.
Considering all those absolutes, only that last sentence is true ("very little" gives us some wiggle room; at least it's not "nothing").
Look, we understand the ease with which one can slip into total and complete despair, but as they say, "it ain't over 'til it's over," unless you just give up without a fight. Nothing is certain in life except death, so buck up!
You keep this up and we'll change your name to "Negative me." :-)
Nice catch. If they have adjoining walls, the HCRP people need to consider the possibility of listening devices.
Yes, it’s the same tactic the Black Caucus et al. used on the Tea Party.
Great idea. Just a few thoughts to decrease the chance of an AP person cropping you out of the photo...
Judging by the tight shot here of Vaughn (so close that a big "imposter" type of sign wouldn't have shown up in the pic), you would need at least 2 people holding small and succinct signs in very bold ink. The more people the better, but these 2 people are key.
One person's sign should be held tightly behind her left shoulder and the other person's sign should be tightly behind her right shoulder. The two people should stick to her like glue so ANY photo that's taken of her will display at least one of the "Imposter" signs in the photo.
The idea is to make it impossible for someone to crop out your sign without destroying the photo's usability. Great thread, Kristann!
The internet should make us all paranoid.
A month ago, I was arguing with someone about the concept of desiring to change oneself, as regards sexual identity and California’s prohibition against allowing teenagers to get professional counseling if they want to be heterosexual.
In an attempt to find some analogy that might illustrate my point, I looked at his avatar, which showed him to be somewhat large. So I said “looking at your picture, it seems you might have at some point thought you would like to lose some weight. Isn’t that a good example of how someone might want to change “what they are”?
He took that as me calling him fat. And it turned out he was gay, and apparently a lot of gays are fat, and they take being called fat as some sort of gay slur. So he was hurt.
His response was to go to my facebook page, and look at my pictures. I used to be quite fat, although at the moment I am merely obese. I also don’t post any pictures publicly on facebook (my avatar is a south park character). But it turned out I had made one album of pictures from a train show public so that some friends of my son’s could see them (I don’t have friends on my facebook except my family).
He went through them, and found a picture of my son, who is a very large child.
Then he came back to the Disqus discussion (on national review) and said “looking at you and your son’s obvious weight problems, you have no room to call other people fat”.
That was the first time I was truly pissed off at a conversation — an adult male (who was gay) had looked up not MY info, but had actually dragged my minor son into a political argument to insult him.
But I got him back — the next 10 times I responded to him, I mentioned how it was really creepy that he had taken such an interest in a minor child. Which, when I found out he was gay, really explained all his responses after that. He eventually deleted the original post, and I wiped out my posts to him. I also fixed my facebook.
My son posts everything public, and uses his name, so my guess is he’ll never get a good-paying job. :-)