Today: 08-01-2014

Greg Brand: The Controversial Operative Behind Racist Ads in Mississippi?

Democrat Chair Rickey Cole claimed Barbour PAC employee (and the man responsible for running the election in Hinds County) Pete Perry was working with James “Scooby Doo” Warren, Lane (LC) Murray, “and probably also Greg Brand.”

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Category: Politics

By Charles C. Johnson

 Video taken from Sam R. Hall article at the Neshoba Fair. (This one I did steal, Sam.)
 
Here are the responses to Hall's questions he sent me AFTER publishing that I had committed a crime. 
 

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Category: Fraud

Jonathan Gruber Defends Getting Paid to Shill for Obamacare "Technical Analysis"

Gotnews.com believes in the power of individuals to change the narrative and change the country. 

Read our exclusive interview with Rich Weinstein, the man behind the Gruber videos and find out why they matter to our ongoing discussion about Obamacare. 

 

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Category: Fraud

Democrat Chair Rickey Cole claimed Barbour PAC employee (and the man responsible for running the election in Hinds County) Pete Perry was working with James “Scooby Doo” Warren, Lane (LC) Murray, “and probably also Greg Brand.”

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Category: Fraud

By Shannon Knutsen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GotNews.com’s editor in chief Charles C. Johnson is offering a $100 reward per instance for anyone who can find other BuzzFeed news reporters plagiarizing at any point during their professional or academic careers.

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Category: Politics

By Charles C. Johnson

 

Henry Barbour ran the pro-Thad Cochran Mississippi Conservatives PAC and the Republican National Committee's autopsy report. Above Barbour identifies himself as pro-amnesty for illegal immigration.

Multiple reports are coming in to Gotnews.com that Barbour is trying to distance himself from the controversial, race baiting ads that depicted Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel as a racist. But the evidence tells a different story. 

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Category: Politics

By Charles C. Johnson

 

Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus has remained silent on the ongoing controversy surrounding the Mississippi Republican primary for U.S. Senate. 

Several RNC committee members, Tea Party leaders, and U.S. Senator Ted Cruz are calling for an investigation into the race baiting tactics that took place during the primary. 

Indeed, Missouri GOP state chairman Ed Martin has called for an investigation into race-baiting ads in Mississippi, calling for a "clean sweep" of any vendor involved out of doing GOP committee work.

But Priebus has thus far remained silent. 

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Category: Fraud

Pastor Siggers shakes Senator Cochran's hand. 

By Charles C. Johnson 

New evidence discovered by GotNews.com reporter Rick Shaftan, on the ground in Mississippi this week, directly ties the Cochran for Senate campaign to controversial ads placed by the shadowy PAC group, All Citizens for Mississippi, that have not been reported on any forms filed with the Federal Election Commission, as required by law. 

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Category: Politics

 

A longtime congressional staffer to Senator Roger Wicker and Congressman Gregg Harper has targeted two twin high school boys over their support of Chris McDaniel. A high school teacher alleges the staffer made up stories of racism, threatened to withhold West Point scholarship, and planned to retaliate against the boys for their political views. 

By Charles C. Johnson 

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 Lauren Watson, who formerly taught at East Central High School, detailed how the Wicker staffer, Steve Guyton, came after the twin high school students for their support of Chris McDaniel’s U.S. Senate candidacy.

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