A signatory of an anti-Trump letter was married to a pro-amnesty advocate who pushed the clock boy lie.
Despite writing a book about manufactured outrage, Mary Katharine Ham and her allies used the social justice playbook that she literally wrote to go after a political rival.
You may have noticed a letter written by 16
harpies, I mean conservative ladies, signed a letter demanding that Donald Trump fire campaign manager Corey Lewandowski after Lewandowski was charged with simple battery of serial liar Michelle Fields.
Yes, it’s stunning that these women have gone full social justice warrior but not surprising given how the conservative movement inc. hates young, white men it’s not totally surprising.
— Mary K. Ham Exposed (@mkhammer0) March 25, 2016
We’ve already been over tax cheat Dana Loesch and her past. We may, or may not, go through the rest of the liars. If you have some good research, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If it’s really good, I’ll buy it and maybe even offer you a job.
We resisted going after Ham when her pro-amnesty, Democrat activist husband Jake died in September. Well, screw it. Let’s just tell the truth about Ham and her husband.
A GoFundMe for Mary Katharine Ham created by her co-author Guy Benson (more on that in a moment) raised over $400,000 and continues to raise money.
“These funds may also be used to advance ideas about which Jake was passionate,” writes Benson.
What ideas were those? (I asked Benson but he opened and ignored my email.)
Well, one of them was illegal immigrant amnesty. You know, the signature issue of the Trump campaign.
Here’s a montage of Brewer kissing anti-white activist Jose Antonio Vargas:
— Katherine M. (@RunWitYourHeart) November 2, 2015
Indeed, Brewer was a White House aide and co-founder with Jose Antonio Vargas of Define American, a pro-illegal immigrant outfit, that pushed anti-white propaganda on MTV.
Brewer was also the originator of the clock boy scandal, says activist Micah Sifry.
Then, this past Wednesday morning, I saw a tweet from Jake in support of Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Texas boy who had been arrested for bringing a homemade digital clock into school. “Hope the rest of the country fully celebrates Ahmed’s ingenuity as result of this, while his school/town failed him,” he tweeted. I replied at him, “get @potus and @nasa to speak up.” He direct messaged me in response, “That’s being worked on…Fingers crossed.” A few hours later, the President tweeted, “Cool clock, Ahmed. Want to bring it to the White House?” Jake DMed me: “Got it. :)”
I was told but can’t confirm that Brewer may also have been behind my banning on Twitter.
Yes, you read that right. A spy of mine at Twitter told me that a White House aide connected to the clock boy scandal helped censor me on a major social media network.
Ham knows all about contrived social media scandals. She wrote the book on it, End of Discussion: How the Left’s Outrage Industry Shuts Down Debate, Manipulates Voters, and Makes America Less Free (and Fun).
Here’s the transcript:
We’ve spent a fair amount of time in the previous two chapters decrying the cynical manufacturing of “things.” But how are these things created, especially in our politics? Step One is sort of the Paul Revere stage. Someone notes a conservative’s comment or action that they recognize as exploitable, then races around the Internet (gleefully) warning that an outrage is coming! An outrage is coming! Step Two: More town criers lend their voices to growing throng, ensuring that the faux pas, no matter how trivial or unfair, filters into the lefty media bloodstream. In Step Three, “victims” are deployed to crank out perfunctory expressions of outrages. Relevant interest groups and “Absolute Moral Authority” figures (think Cindy Sheehan until she turned on Obama) issue statements or demand action. Step Four: Mainstream media, which all too often takes its cues from its ideological brethren on the left, jumps into the fray, often prompting official concern trolling from elected Democrats. By this point, the circus has archived peak outrage. Step Five is the endgame. The sound and fury grow louder until the allegedly aggrieved parties claim their proverbial pound of flesh. This can take various forms, form firings, to boycotts, to social embarrassment. At the very least, the objective is to erode the target’s reputation and to make him or her think twice before crossing the circus again.
In other words, the conservative women are going full social justice warrior.