A hoaxer wanting to know just how deranged liberals are fed them ridiculous rumors about President Trump to see if they would fall for it. They did, hook, line and sinker. Louise Mensch, a former British parliamentarian, and Claude Taylor, a former Bill Clinton White House staffer, have been spreading sensational claims about investigations and sealed indictments for members of the Trump administration that their readers have been gobbling up like it was candy.
They built up a huge following because they were reporting what no one was. There is one small problem though. None of it was true. A hoaxer, claiming to be an attorney in the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was feeding them these juicy tidbits for distribution.
Mensch was the founder of the now defunct Heat Street web site is liable to see her new site fail as well once her readers find out how easy it was to fool her. I’m thinking of trying to mug her by the US Mail. But, in truth, she was probably never fooled. Like all liberals, she is willing to spread any lie she can get her hands on or make up in order to tar President Trump and fact checking just wasn’t on her itinerary because she didn’t want to find out it was false.
Think I’m kidding? Taylor admitted that he had been fooled and apologized for misinforming his readers and slandering officials wrongfully. Mensch on the other hand is sticking by her story and has even doubled down, claiming she had received identical stories from multiple sources. On stories that were made up out of thin air. She understands her readers though and she knows they will keep on believing the lies because let’s face it, liberals are not the sharpest tools in the shed.
The hoaxer had told Mensch:
In one email, “Caitlan” told Taylor that Schneiderman’s office had handed down sealed indictments for executives at the Trump Organization, the Trump family’s real estate company.
“I am aware of at least one preliminary sealed indictment in that case targeting multiple Trump Org principals,” reads one email to Taylor, a Washington, D.C.-based photographer who worked in the Clinton White House in the early 1990s.
On July 23, “Caitlan” told Taylor that the Organized Crime Task Force’s investigation was targeting 78 people in an investigation into Russian organization crime, including up to 40 targets in Trump’s orbit.
Not a word of it was true. Where the hell are my stamps?