It’s an all-out Mutant War! Nadia Naffe — the conservative activist who accused America’s last serious journalist, James
O’Keefe, of unlawful imprisonment and intimated he drugged and tried to rape her in his parents’ barn — has joined forces with convicted bomber and librul Brett Kimberlin to publish a massive stockpile of O’Keefe’s emails.
While JOK hasn’t been remotely fazed by the first salvo in their merged vendetta, already there has been major collateral damage. The first wave of published emails partially exposed the identity of James O’Keefe’s turncoat NPR sting collaborator, who had been operating under the pseudonym Simon Templar, but whom everyone will now know by
his real name, Kenneth C. Larrey. Laaaaaahhhh-rrey.
Your trustworthy Wonkettes can guarantee this is true, because we figured it out and brought it up with Ken Larrey months ago, over the phone. Don’t hate us for keeping it secret! Selfish jerk Ken Vogel at Politico has been hiding this scoop from you for even longer! So has hack pundit emeritus Howard Kurtz! Hate those guys!
This whole sordid episode feels like one of those big crossover comic book events where (say) evil Red Hulk and Catwoman team up to go after Zangief from Street Fighter — by which we mean it feels incredibly convoluted, plus silly, and of interest only to total nerd-weenises. But isn’t that what you are? Political Schadenfreude Nerd-Weenises, who have already clicked the “Read More” about this? Let’s get started, then.
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