Charles Johnson: Innuendo Is Proof, Unsubstantiated Rumour is True, Unnamed Sources Equal ConfirmationPosted: February 23, 2014
A few days ago Charles tweeted this head-scratcher:
Nevermind that Johnson brags that he was a “co-founder” of PJM (although it was the late Andrew Breitbart who introduced him to Roger Simon’s group due to Johnson’s *ahem* work in exposing the Killian Documents fraud). It was an odd Tweet, posted without any link or other backup. Then today, three days later, this appears on LGF:
Huh. That’s one helluva vague accusation, so I clicked the link:
Check it out. Apparently the purpose of the 2012 “talking points” was to enhance negotiations between the Ukraine and the EU, and to squelch Russian control of local natural resources. Isn’t that what the current uprising is all about? We’ll see.
In any case, that Buzzfeed post went up on 16 July 2013 and describes an accusation by an anonymous source who alleged that in October 2012
Someone somewhere may have been offered $500 to post positive things about the Ukraine and may or may not have accepted it.
Wow. Guilt by innuendo? Pheew. That’s one helluva current scoop, Charles, especially because there is nothing in that article that proves PJM or anyone else accepted anything.
The big question is: How did Charles Johnson suddenly discover the Buzzfeed accusation, how does he benefit from posting vague unsubstantiated innuendo about his previous benefactors and allies, and who paid him to do so?
“All roads lead to Jazzy.” –Andrew Breitbart