The uncensored leftist media is so naked in their lies and tactics. This week I was used for clickbait in a smear campaign designed to hurt Republican chances of winning the two Georgia US Senate run-off votes that takes place on January 5th and will decide who controls the US Senate.
The Daily Beast reports that a group with ties to Roger Stone has posted this (PHONY) website which advocates voters write in Donald Trump – a website designed to siphon votes from Senator Kelly Loeffler and Senator David Purdue in the vital upcoming runoff elections is the tell. It’s a fraud!
The group “The Committee for American Sovereignty” which I worked with in 2016 is moribund with no activities since 2016. They deny the website bearing their name is theirs. It’s a setup; a smear based on my, shall we say, broad notoriety.
Statement from Committee for American Sovereignty attorney Paul Jensen to the Daily Beast:
“The Committee for American Sovereignty ceased operations following the 2016 election, and subsequently has had no activity of any kind. It has received no contributions, made no expenditures, engaged in no activity political or otherwise, since ceasing operations shortly after the 2016 election.
I just became aware of the existence of an article out today on the website of the Daily Beast, in which the following appears: “The group, dubbed the Committee for American Sovereignty unveiled a new website…” This statement is utterly false. The words “unveiled a new website” link to a website whose URL is “write in trump for georgia senate.com”. That website states “paid for by Committee for American Sovereignty.” That statement is false. The Committee for American Sovereignty did not pay for this website, or since 2017, any other website. According to “whois.com”, the owner of this website is an undisclosed customer of a Canadian entity. That owner is most emphatically NOT the Committee for American Sovereignty.
Since what this website encourages is Georgia voters writing in the name of Donald Trump instead of voting for the Republican candidate, it would seem that this website’s goal is to elect the Democrat candidate, suggesting that a Democrat-leaning entity, not the Committee for American Sovereignty, is behind it. In any event, the Committee for American Sovereignty has nothing to do with this or any other website, and the committee exists only in the sense that it has debts still outstanding, which under the law must continue to be reported.”
The Left is so DISHONEST.
Even after they know that the Committee for American Sovereignty did not post the crude website urging Trump supporters to write in Donald Trump’s name in the Georgia US Senate runoff, they refuse to retract their claim in their HEADLINE or lead, they bury the denial and mock the clear motives of the site as being to benefit the Democrats (when it’s so obvious) as some kind of conspiracy theory. A simple search shows that the domain name is owned by someone in Canada. The Daily Beast has no proof the Committee for American Sovereignty posted this bogus site because they didn’t!
No one I am associated with and no one I know posted this website attributed falsely to be “tied to me.” I know nothing of this site, but my name draws clicks around the world wide web with this crap.
Facts be damned, Salon.com now doubles down and reports the same lie as the Daily Beast.
The extreme language and open bigotry of the homepage of this “imposter” website, designed to siphon votes from Senator C and Senator David Purdue in the vital upcoming runoff elections, is the tell. It’s a fraud! It stinks of a Democrat DIRTY TRICK.
There is no benefit to ANY conservative or Republican.
Here is the Daily Beast story revised (since the Committee’s lawyer contacted them to tell them their story was inaccurate after the publication of a Gateway Pundit story pointing out some of these facts) but retracting NOTHING.
The Daily Beast’s claim that they contacted me for comment and I did not respond is False!
It’s not only voter suppression. It’s a dirty trick and they’re using my name as clickbait while completely misrepresenting my strong public support for both Republican candidates for the Senate in Georgia.
The SALON writer also made no attempt to call me for comment.
Can CNN be far behind?