Sigh, first it was back stabber Dick "Moron" Morris. Now it's Larry C. Johnson, a formerly staunch Clinton supporter who now apparently sings a different tune perhaps based on whomever can generate enough income for him to be a stay at home keyboard tuff guy.
Read some of his wikipedia "highlights". This guy is a piece of work catering to those with Hillary Clinton Derangement Syndrome. This stuff is unbelievable. Before your mouths open in amazement over how Larry C. Johnson advised the powers that be that there was no discernible threat to U.S. safety just prior to 911, (holy crap), and his pro Hillary Clinton stance in 2008 which has since completely reversed and also includes another crap sandwich attack against John Kerry in 2013, oh heck I have no ending to this sentence. You can "enjoy" Larry C. Johnson's blog on the left.
You Hillary Clinton supporters, you have to realize that losers like Dick Morris and Larry C. Johnson probably do what they do because they need the money and if hating on Hillary Clinton pays the bills, then so be it. You see the tweets this twit sends out of his blowhole attacking Hillary Clinton. And you should also see how much he loved Hillary Clinton back in 2008.
After Johnson's testimony to the special forum at the U.S. Senate, Gary J. Schmitt, executive director and CEO of the Project for the New American Century, refers in the Daily Standard (blog) to an op-ed piece Johnson wrote two months prior to the 9/11 attacks, claiming that Johnson argued that the US had little to fear from terrorism.
In an editorial entitled "The Declining Terrorist Threat" published in the New York Times on 10 July 2001, Johnson says:
Ten days after the 9/11 attacks, after quoting the above passage, Timothy Noah concludes a post in his "Chatterbox" feature at Slate: "Johnson's analysis, we now see, was bold, persuasive, and 100 percent wrong."
Johnson defended himself against such attacks:
After September 11, Johnson appeared several times on Fox News to address the question of military action against terrorism. On 14 November, he defended the FBI's proposal to interview 5,000 students in the U.S. suspected of having information relevant to the September 11 investigations:
2008: "Whitey" tape hoax
In 2008, Johnson emerged as a staunch supporter of Hillary Clinton and a strong critic of Barack Obama. His blog, NoQuarterUSA, became a rallying point for Clinton supporters wary of Obama's qualifications to be president. On May 16, 2008, Johnson posted an item entitled, "Will Barack Throw Mama From the Train?" which alleged that a tape existed of Michelle Obama "railing against 'whitey' at Jeremiah Wright's church." Johnson claimed that Republicans were in possession of the tape and it "is being held for the fall to drop at the appropriate time." In a subsequent post, Johnson claimed that Obama's appearance had occurred when she was on a panel with Louis Farrakhan. He also explained that he himself had not seen the tape, but had spoken with "five separate sources who have spoken directly with people who have seen the tape." The Obama campaign's "Fight the Smears" website denied the rumor, saying, "No such tape exists. Michelle Obama has not spoken from the pulpit at Trinity and has not used that word."
No tape was ever released, nor has any other evidence emerged of Obama using the word "whitey". On October 21, 2008, Johnson said that, according to one of his sources, the McCain campaign "intervened and requested the tape not be used."
2013 war crime accusation against John Kerry
In 2013, Johnson falsely accused John Kerry of war crimes in Vietnam, alleging that Kerry had "raped some poor Vietnamese woman." To support his claim, Johnson used a YouTube video that contained audio clips from a 1971 debate on The Dick Cavett Show between John Kerry and John O'Neill. The original interview audio was altered to piece together words that Kerry spoke at different times during the debate, falsely making it sound as if he said, "I personally raped for pleasure." When the falsehood was exposed by a reader of Johnson's blog, Johnson deleted the article without apology.
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