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Is this, like, totally, not bodacious woman whose use of a teleprompter still can’t make her sound articulate.
See if you can count the lies.
Her name is Carey Elizabeth Wedler, and she apparently had a viral video hit earlier this year slamming Obama for, among other things, being hard on terrorists.
Frontpage Magazine has more.
Wedler has been pulling the “I’m no longer an Obama fan” routine for a while now over the usuals for the Ron Paul crowd, mainly drone strikes on Al Qaeda terrorists.
Like Kokesh and the rest of that crowd, Wedler is a sick twisted individual filled with hate for her own country. You can see a sample of that in her post after the Boston Marathon bombings: “The Victims of American Terrorism”.
What if the reporters of the corporate media spent their hours detailing the lives and interests of children bombed in Pakistan orAfghanistan? Children who loved sports, playing outside (when there seems to be no risk of a drone attack), and their parents…
It would be a shock, if instead of making excuses for the soldiers who lose their minds to PTSD and the general horrors of enforcing occupation, the media recognized the humanity of the civilians they violently murder…
The sad deaths of “all-Americans” and perfect daughters evoke particular sympathy and compassion among American nationalists. However, the same journalistic focus, when applied to horrific US foreign policy, might mobilize public opinion to put a stop to the much bigger, more systemic plague of innocent death at the hands of the US military…
She also has a Facebook page touting herself as a Public Figure.
The unfortunate truth is anyone with a video camera who rambles against Israel and the Jews can get a following.
Update: I knew she sounded like someone.