Wife Of Justice Clarence Thomas Presents “Impact Award” To Scamster James O’Keefe At Trump Hotel

The Hill reports:

James O’Keefe, the conservative activist who attempted to plant a false story in The Washington Post this month about GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore, was presented Wednesday with an Impact Award handed to him by Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. O’Keefe accepted the award on behalf of his organization, Project Veritas, at an event hosted by the conservative group United for Purpose at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Thomas is a Tea Party activist and president of Liberty Consulting. Project Veritas came under fire in November after The Post revealed that one of the organization’s operatives attempted to plant a false story about Moore, with the intent of undermining the paper’s credibility. The Post had previously published accusations that Moore pursued sexual relationships with girls as young as 14 when he was a district attorney.

  • JCF

    Scamsters of a feather…

    • RobynWatts

      S#it on the people together!

  • Publius
    • liondon#iamnotatraitor

      that’s strangely compelling.

  • The_Wretched

    And RWNJs wonder why I don’t support the SCOTUS. That man does not belong there.

  • Tomcat

    Lock him up.

  • JWC

    They are all in bed with one another You were expecting something different???

    • nocadrummer


    • fuow

      OK, that just cost ME my keyboard. Pardon me whilst I go wash that image out of my head with hydrofluoric acid.

      • JWC

        just be thankful we are NOT part of that slew

  • Kevin Andrews

    This is the Charles & David Koch owned and operated Meat-Puppet parade that extends right through the Treasonous Roberts SCOTUS.
    The Felon O’Keefe is a perfect Brietbart Poster-Child for praise from Tel Aviv. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/33e4b1ef4ce1055a56b8339d02029b39c2eb67179a01a36a2bc5c4563860d04a.png

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    $(@#@* !

  • Kevin Andrews
    • MBear

      What an unAmerican meme

  • Kevin Andrews

    Surely this is the Goebbels Grammy for Hasbara & Propaganda. Koch Cash = Free Speech.

  • PickyPecker
  • June Gordon

    I’m so glad Antonin Scalia is dead. That is all.

  • RobynWatts

    Very good….I see that Mrs.” Uncle Thomas” has that “Handmaid’s Tale” look down pat.

  • Sam_Handwich

    the Golden Pube Award

  • Boreal

    “The office of New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman laid
    groundwork to revoke the charitable status of the conservative group
    Project Veritas last week, claiming it had misled the state about its
    president James O’Keefe’s past criminal conviction.”
    Take this kunt down, Mr Schneiderman.

    • The_Wretched

      Project Veritas has many branches, Schneiderman can only get the NY one. That said, it’s a worth while endeavor.

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    • Helen Damnation™

      who’s the kunt, here?

      • Boreal

        Since I asked AG Schneiderman to take the kunt down, I would think that is readily apparent.

        • MirrorMan

          They have blocked their profile, therefore troll..

  • Snarkaholic

    O/T but important: Does anyone know more about this?:https://twitter.com/natvanlis/status/938510754600271872

  • DisqusD37

    Holy Fucking Black Mirror…

  • Gerry Fisher

    Republicanism isn’t a political party as much as a con man (and con woman) mutual support group.

  • Cuberly Deux

    I she drunk again?

  • Scoot

    Cracked (which was just totally gutted earlier this week by its corporate overlords) recently released this video tearing O’Keefe to shreds, among other things.


    • robindaybird

      I suppose it’s not a surprise given the sharp decline in quality, but I’m sad that John Cheese got let go, he really articulated and put into words about the problems of growing up in poverty, with abusive parents, and the struggle to get and stay sober. The others may get a laugh out, Cheese opens eyes.

    • Raising_Rlyeh

      Are they still going to do after hours with the original group? Tangential, but I got to see a talk by Katie and she is a really great public speaker.

      • Scoot

        The whole lot got fired. Michael Swaim and Soren Bowie had quietly already left the company; Swaim has come just short of saying EW Scripps (which bought Cracked last year) made working there unbearable. Dan O’Brien and Katie Willert (both from original After Hours) were among the group pushed out on Monday, along with Cody Johnston (in the video above and also writer on After Hours), Kristi Harrison, Katy Stoll, Abe Epperson, Carmen Angelica… basically any name you might recognize from the site was pushed out. Jason Pargin (David Wong) and Alex Schmidt are the only two who I think were not axed. The site is basically killing video immediately and will try to coast along on the backs of obscenely underpaid freelancers

        • Raising_Rlyeh

          Oh damn, that sucks.

  • boobert

    WOW !

  • Jmdintpa
  • fuow

    Meanwhile, we Democrats continue to apply purity tests and to not vote.
    I’m sick to my stomach of this. All of it.

    • Kelly Lape

      Me too. I left the party today. It saddens me to know I’ll never vote for another democrat after today. I of course will never vote Republican, but today taught me that voting for Democrats change nothing. Democrats roll over EVERY fucking time. No if I’m going to be represented by worthless scum they might as well have an (R) by their name.

      • Lizard

        I don’t think you understood fuow’s comment.

        • Kelly Lape

          No I understood it perfectly. I understand that my 2 senators are throwing away not just a “good” ally but an outstanding ally based on a conservative hit job. I’m done with them and a party that does this.

          • Lizard

            They probably also voted against a tax bill designed to fuck you over (unless you’re in the top 0.01%).

            Between someone who fucks me over some of the time and someone who fucks me over all the time, I’ll take the former. Take my word for it–you DO NOT want Republican representation.

          • The_Wretched

            I’d really like a someone I could vote FOR on the positions, however.

          • fuow

            Gosh, what a wonderful idea. To actually cast my vote FOR someone.
            Let’s see…I did support Al Franken a million years ago – was the lone vote in our caucus at the time…yup, that was it.
            And yet, and still: I’m active in my party (this being the Internet, and this my very first post, ever, better add that that’s the Democratic Party). I’m active in off years, I’m active in general years, I’m active, period. Am I disappointed in the steady drive (not drift, drive) to the right? Yes.
            Have I any hope that leaving my party will cause the rethugs to stop attacking gay men? None.
            Much as I hate to have to say it, you piss with the cock you got. You play the hand you’re dealt. You fight and fight and fight because, as the Aids holocaust taught us gay men, when you don’t fight, they attack even worse.
            (Speaking here predominately to other gay men because, frankly, we’re the ones who have been worst at voting).

          • Helen Damnation™
          • Helen Damnation™

            Voting third party is a vote for Trump and Trumpland.

      • djpaulkraft

        Then people like YOU are a big part of the problem. No vote=support Republicans. What a great idea.

      • Nic Peterson

        Kind of like cutting your nose off with a rusty Ginsu because you don’t like the look of your face. Carry on if you must, but I’ll have none of it.

        • Boreal

          I blocked that dipshit troll a long time ago.

        • Kelly Lape

          And that’s fine. What’s it getting you? The GOP don’t give a fuck about rules and ride roughshod over Democrats because we elect cowards that fold before even seeing the cards.

          • Raisinhead

            Then what? When does it change?

          • Kelly Lape

            Today for me. Today I vowed to never again vote for a Democrat. Why bother if the Democrats drive out great leaders like Franken to enable pieces of shit like (Insert any or every Republican name here).

        • Interestingly, the orgin of the nose/face was said to be from a Mother Superior, that decided when it was likely invaders would come and have their way with the Sisters, they cut off their noses to be less attractive. I would try to work with the metaphor as it applies here, but frankly, as it usually happens after reading a day’s worth of JMG, I need to leave for a very dry Martini. I’ve learned not to just keep a bottle of vodka in the house, because I’d just be past out a lot of the time…

          • Nic Peterson

            Ah the logic of Mother Superior. Can’t argue with that old broad. Depriving oneself of nutritious Vodka is another thing altogether.

          • oh, my gosh–so you’re suggesting I’m cutting off my vodka to spite my liver? 🙂 Maybe I should hit the liquor store!

          • Nic Peterson

            Choosing happy living over happy liver is something the strong must do in trying times. I’ve reached a detente with my own, agreeing to wring it out and let it air dry by the pool every so often.

      • People like you elect far right Republicans. Fuck you. Thanks to people like you I’m about to lose my my health insurance and am looking at a tax increase. How I’m going to pay it I do not fucking know. You are the problem. In the real world sometimes we have to settle for some of what we want. In our thinking it’s better to lose everything rather than not get as much as we’d like. Fuck you. Fuck off and die you mother fucking fucking fucktard.

        • Kelly Lape

          I really don’t give a fuck. You want my vote to help you keep health care? Then attack me some more. Drive me further away from the party of cowards. So I won’t tell you to fuck off, because you’re losing your health care I should tell you to fuck off and die. But I won’t. Live long and prosper instead.

      • SkokieGuy [ChicagoAdjacentGuy]

        Imagine the change the Democrats might achieve if we had control of all three branches of government. But that would take people voting even for someone who is less than perfect as all candidates are.

        • Kelly Lape

          Nope. The Democrats have had control and “played by the rules” – Republicans make up rules as they go along. When the Democrats throw overboard the perfectly good in pursuit of… of what? What are they pursuing in denouncing Franken. No. Fuck the Democratic Party and Fuck America. I’m done.

          • SkokieGuy [ChicagoAdjacentGuy]

            Great. If more people think your way, you are making it even easier for the Republicans to stay in power in perpetuity. So the greater of two evils becomes the default.

          • Kelly Lape

            And why the fuck shouldn’t we???? When Al Franken is on our side, he’s the only Senator I saw asking tough questions. He was OBVIOUSLY targeted by the Reich Wing and instead of fighting for him and pointing out the hypocrisy of the false equivalency, my two Senators want HIM to resign. Well fuck my two senators and fuck the DNC. You want to vote for a party that rolls over and pisses on itself every fucking time – that’s your right as an American. It’s my right to say fuck the DNC and fuck America.

          • SkokieGuy [ChicagoAdjacentGuy]

            Absolutely, you have the right to say Fuck America.

            However with the Republicans in permanent control, don’t be surprised when you lose that right. Trump and his minions have made their contempt for the first amendment clear and they have already suppressed free speech.

          • Kelly Lape

            Free to speak in a way that doesn’t matter or not free to speak. What’s the difference? When a party fails to represent my voice that party loses FOREVER my support.

    • Matt G, Rochester

      Meanwhile, we Democrats keep offering the lesser of two evils, instead of candidates that inspire and create passion. After 40 years of moving into the gap every time the Rethuglicans move further right, we have a party in which Barry Goldwater would be considered too far left. Purity tests be damned. I tend to agree with Kelly below. We can’t keep moving into their gap and expect to keep our
      base. If they aren’t going to stand up for what’s right, for the people they’re elected to represent, and for the country in general, then why should I vote for them? Because they’re the lesser of two evils? Look where that attitude has gotten us so far. We move to the right, into the gap they leave behind, but where are the
      modern JFK’s? I originally had high hopes for President Obama, but he insisted on trying to reach out to the Rethugs, even after McConnell insisted they would never work with him and would do everything they could to make him a one term president. Instead of using the bully pulpit of the office, he rolled over on almost every item on his (and the liberal) agenda. Instead of going after the obstructionists, including the Blue Dogs, he ‘compromised’ everything. Bill Clinton was the original corporatist neoliberal. It’s long past time to either stand up, or give up and start over with a new party.

      • The_Wretched

        I like the comment but low post count.

        • Matt G, Rochester

          That’s because I only say things when I actually have something to say.

      • SkokieGuy [ChicagoAdjacentGuy]

        So basically you wanted Obama to be an asshole to the other side and ignore the portion of the country that didn’t vote for him like the Republicans are doing?

        To say Obama was the lesser of two evils is offensive. He is not and was not evil. Attempting to compromise is a strategy you disagree with but it not evil.

        Not renewing the CHIPS program and denying children healthcare? That’s evil. The DOJ supporting legalizing using religion to discriminate in the cake baker case? Making white supremacists part of your administration? That’s evil.

  • Lazycrockett
    • MBear

      He should go suck more of that salvation army dick, the fucker

  • JHunter
    • The_Wretched


    • Hank

      Say it isn’t so!!!!!

      He deserves his day in court, so to speak.

      • bzrd

        I am sooooooooooooooooooooo
        I wanted a hearing so a discussion about the differences in hand on the bum and chasing or raping young girls could be discussed. I wanted to ear from all of Franken’s accusers.

      • ohbear1957

        I agree with your sentiment, but giving up without much of a fight suggests to me that Al has something very embarrassing and verifiable waiting in the closet. I would like to think that Al loves his family so much that he couldn’t bear to put them through the embarrassment. Fuckwad Ted Cruz must have popped a boner at the thought of humiliating Al Franken in an extended public hearing. I was looking forward to the Judiciary committee hearings and watching Franken take a torch to Don Jr.aka the Boy Blunder. Sigh.

    • JWC

      so far quilty only by remark and innuendo

    • Boreal

      But not trump the pussy grabber. Double standards.

      • Lizard

        Dems force them out. Repukelicans vote them in.

    • Sam_Handwich

      if Roy Moore weren’t in the mix right now i doubt this would be happening.

    • RobynWatts

      Hope the Democratic leadership is happy, because it would be a cold day in Texas in the Summertime before the Republican Party would allow this to one of their own! 😡

    • Christopher

      Each day that passes, I wonder more and more whether this republic deserves to be saved.

      Right now my “save-o-meter” is fully on “FUCK NO!”.

  • liondon#iamnotatraitor

    Repukes: wagons circle & guns point out… Dems: wagons circle & guns point in.

  • Kelly Lape

    Piece of shit giving an award to a piece of shit… so?

  • ohbear1957

    Where’s a trap door over a pit of hungry crocodiles when you really need one?

    • Lizard

      “Wrong leveeeeeerr!”

    • Friday

      Hey, heard anything from Pam of late?

      • ohbear1957

        Who’s Pam?

        • Friday

          From Pam’s House Blend, where your signature there was from?

          • ohbear1957

            The PHB. I understand now. I found it via a search for “trap door” gif and that was the best one that showed up. Sorry for the misrepresentation.

          • Friday

            No worries, it was a great place. Much like JMG but more girls. 🙂

    • jerry
  • Lizard

    Democrat fake “false flag operations”: unamerican attacks on democracy.

    Republican ACTUAL false flag operations: deserving of an award.

    Fucking hypocrites…

  • The Sentinel
    • Boreal

      Not even with Clarence’s dick.

    • nocadrummer

      I STILL believe Anita Hill.

      And I think Clarence Thomas’ wife, Virginia knows the truth.

    • DoctorDJ

      ILLEGAL BEFORE 1967!
      Yet this fucker wants us to go back to 1948.

  • Dot Beech

    We really need to be out in the streets unleashing heretofore unseen Hell. We are having our pockets picked, our country pilfered, by the Republican scam artists and no one is doing anything about it. We need a loud, threatening, organized presence in the streets and covered in the media to put some urgency into opposing these horrible people. Not every elected or law enforcement official is a Republican. The ones who are not in on these criminal activities, need to be encouraged to enforce the law vigorously.

    • Matt G, Rochester

      Most of us are too busy trying to pay our bills, deal with a 20% insurance premium hike, falling wages, and working two jobs to make ends meet. How the hell are we supposed to be out in the streets?

      • fuow

        We could, of course, vote.

        • Matt G, Rochester

          For the lesser of two evils, as always.

  • Leo
    • Sam_Handwich

      and how does that get 60 votes in the senate?

      • Leo

        does it need it? If so, I can picture Donnelly, Heitkampt and Manchin but not McCaskill. Beyond that not sure.

        • Sam_Handwich

          i’m not even sure it’s something Mitch is interested in. which committee would take it up?

    • RobynWatts

      Certain restrictions apply, of course. You can’t go visit your elected officials while packing heat. Fuckers

      • Helen Damnation™

        damn it.

    • BobSF_94117

      So much for states’ rights.

    • The_Wretched

      Overriding State law? There’ll be a lawsuit.

      • Leo

        It’ll go to the Supreme Court. Pretty much inevitable.

    • Cuberly Deux

      Even Scalia said there’s legal basis for reasonable gun restrictions. But, we’re entering a new age here. Gorsuch is much worse than Scalia.

      • Helen Damnation™

        I would say glib-fully worse. Evil bastard.

        • Cuberly Deux

          Yep, having read a few of the articles citing his writings in college, YIKES, he’s a real piece of sociopathic work.

    • Helen Damnation™

      Hopefully the Senate Democrats will reject this; it takes control away from states who don’t allow specific versions of any concealed carry laws. A professional criminal could get a license in such lax states, and take the firearm/gun wherever they want, including states with strict gun safety laws.

  • Friday’s_cat

    The impact of a fist going up America’s ass, and not in a good way.

  • HZ81

    What a fucking joke. And Drunk Dial Ginny is an insufferable tea party twat. Sure that’s never affected her pubic hair hubby one bit.

  • Cuberly Deux

    OT: Well, Franken is expected to resign tomorrow. Lets be honest, we’re now up to 8 allegations all w/ similar types of harassment. It appears to be a pattern.

    Part of the problem I see here is both parties are deserving of their day in court. I’d prefer investigations into the accusations but when the number of accusers starts to mount, uh, that’s beyond problematic.

    • Friday

      Yeah, it is problematic, though I still haven’t found specifics here. One thing’s for sure, if he’s guilty, he sure better make it up to us somehow.

    • Sam_Handwich

      my problem with all of this is that we are now conflating groping -even as a joke between adults- (yes,. still inappropriate) with a 30-something man rubbing a 14 year old pussy through her panties.

      • Buford

        No we’re not. Franken’s ‘groping’ is getting him kicked from the Senate while Trump and Moore stay put… it not the same at all!!

      • Cuberly Deux

        I tend towards giving someone the chance to amend their behavior. If someone is acting like a boorish asshole call em on it and if it happens again obvs firing is the solution.

        Then there’s retaliation against accusers, blacklisting their opportunities, that’s flat out criminal behavior. For instance the case against Farenthold is leagues more concerning, deservedly so.

        Attempting to draw parallels w/ Moore is laughable. Moore has accusations of assault against a minor. The laws are pretty straight forward on that, well, except for the statue of limitations.

    • Dazzer

      The problem I have with that is that investigation of the claims is far more important than the number of claims.

      Without investigation, it’s as true to say Franken is the target of a well orchestrated campaign to destroy his effectiveness as a politician as it is to say he is a serial groper.

      The willingness of the US public to accept accusations in lieu of investigations frankly stuns me.

      • Cuberly Deux

        My preference is for investigations. Just as my preference is for giving someone the opportunity to amend their behavior, vs getting thrown to the curb.

        • Gianni

          Does that preference apply to Roy Moore or the President? In the name of fairness, I suppose it should. Most of us well know that the Court of Public Opinion is a whole other ballgame.

          • Cuberly Deux

            Yes, it should. But the political will to address it just isn’t there, which I find disconcerting really.

          • Gianni

            Personally, I would love to have those claims investigated (and proven correct, if possible). I couldn’t stand the likes of Moore long before this.

    • The_Wretched

      Today’s latest includes putting his hand on a woman’s waist during a photo shoot. She didn’t like how his hand felt on her waist. Sometimes a field of molehills is not a mountain.

    • CottonBlimp

      I’m sorry, but it’s NOT difficult to find 8 conservatives who would lie about something like this. Especially when how many of the allegations are anonymous?

      If there is an investigation that turns up any credible evidence against Franken, I’ll be the first to turn on him, but until then, we have no right to just forget that the right wing is founded on lies and stochastic terrorism.

      • Cuberly Deux

        I have a problem with the Dem hesitancy. Though to be fair the hand-wringing is happening on both sides of the isle. The GOP has decided fuck it, they’re backing Moore through lies via omission. Straight out of their Fox playbook. Just say that it’s up to the people of Alabama and leave it at that.

        The Dems however should NOT be sitting there like a deer in headlights.Why aren’t they trumpeting a party standards declaration? Why aren’t they advocating for investigations as aggressively as they should? Has an investigation even started?They’re dropping the ball and with the growing chorus of accusers it’s leaving them no other option than to pressure a resignation out of expediency.

        Pelosi has a chance here and she’s blowing it, bigly.

        • CottonBlimp

          Thing is, Franken wasn’t liked by the DNC from the very beginning of his political career. He got very little support from the party in his election; they didn’t even want to fund his defense against the GOP’s funding of a massive legal challenge to his electoral win. I don’t know if that’s because they’re spineless prudes afraid to be linked with a dirty comedian, because they consider him some pleb outsider, or because he fights a little harder for our rights than most of the DNC seems to care to. Whatever the reason, they’ve never liked him, and I don’t think they give a shit whether the allegations are true or not, they’re happy for the excuse to get rid of an outsider.

          Because I honestly can’t believe that so many career politicians could actually be so fucking stupid as to not remember the history of conservative smear campaigns.

          Same goes for MSNBC firing Sam Seder over a joke 8 years ago.

          • Cuberly Deux

            Yeah, the MSNBC firing of Seder was just stupid. What were they thinking?

            Is the Dem coalition that fragile that they can’t step up and address this? It’s infuriating.

          • CottonBlimp

            Liberals are never going to have the assurance that conservatives do, that they can go right from being a right-wing hack on FOX news to a respected columnist on MSNBC, that no matter how often they’re caught lying or incompetent or fired or sent to jail that someone will look after them as a reward for loyally pushing the message that rich and powerful people prefer.

  • Friday

    Awards for right-wing liars and scammers, what will they think of next.

    • jerry

      They have to set up their own organizations to hand out trophies, pats on the back, and participation ribbons, because no legitimate organization would touch them.

      • The_Wretched

        Alt-right parallel bubble reality takes some effort to maintain. Reminds me a bit of the wizard of oz actually. Take a tiny fractional reality – handing out a bogus award, and spin it as legitimacy. It’s a gaslighting of the nation.

  • Renfield

    It’s a Trifecta: Ms.Pube, O’Keefe at a trump hotel.

  • bkmn

    If only there really was a hell.

  • safari

    She was in my twitter feed today for evidently calling Anita Hill and bitching at her 19 years after Clarence’s confirmation.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      White Girl Grudge.

    • Tread

      I think she makes that call annually. I remember reading about it last year, no?

      • Helen Damnation™

        If true, what a fucking nutjob. Wow.

  • ColdCountry

    He got an award for screwing up?

  • Robert Adams

    The whole “conservative” movement should be arrested under RICO.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Remember when conservatives were….nah, me neither.

  • SammySeattle

    So, this is that Fake News Award we’ve been hearing about?

  • Rob NYNY

    This guy, who tried to set up a business meeting that would turn into a video recorded seduction:


    • robindaybird

      on a boat, in the middle of nowhere, I have zero doubts if he had managed to get it set up, he have no qualms about raping her.

  • Henry Auvil

    Ginni Tonic, wife of a Supreme Court justice, awarding a criminal fraudster for his “impact”. This is so America 2017.

  • In an interesting NPR broadcast, the author of a book on Anita Hill’s awful experience during Clarence Thomas’ confirmation hearing was disussed in length, and the issue of Thomas’ sordid past being brought up again in the currently charged atmosphere was mentioned. I sure hope all the nasty details are brought out again and that a more appropriate response results. Wouldn’t it be great to have a movement for him to resign?

  • Westcoast88

    The award resembles a coke can with a pubic hair on it.
    Oh, yeah, Thomas should resign too.

  • Ninja0980

    As I’ve said before, Clarence Thomas being able to replace Thurgood Marshall on SCOTUS was one of the worst things to happen to this country in the past 50 years, bar none.

  • bkmn

    I wonder how much gin Ginni goes through a day.

  • Dayglo


  • boatboy_srq

    O’Keefe is certainly good at wasting Reichwing cash.

  • JT

    Wife Of Justice Clarence Thomas Presents “Impact Award” To Scamster James O’Keefe At Trump Hotel

    It shows the impact of a pubic hair on a Coke can shot out of the mouth of Clarence Thomas when uttering his gaseous dissents.

  • normadesmond

    How lovely, nice news for a change.

  • Rocco

    Seems about right, just shocked it happened in daylight hours, in a tasteful setting, out of the alley from last year.

  • Paula

    My version of an impact award for him would involve a hammer.

  • TCinBerkeley

    There is never a stray asteroid crashing into a hotel ballroom when you really need one.

  • 2patricius2

    Honestly, I think these ultra-pious religious people are among the most corrupt people I have ever known of.

  • JackNasty

    Has Ginni-and-Tonic Thomas made any more late night calls to Anita Hill asking her to apologize to Clarence?

  • Ore Carmi


  • Acronym Jim

    I’m so glad the WaPo caught this asshole before he was able to get very far with his plan. Remember, if the WaPo had fallen for the trap, it not only would its reporting been discredited, by extension the stories of all of Moore’s accusers would have been cast into doubt as well.

  • pgarayt

    The Dictionary of Common Sense by John Raulston Saul, lists the definition of, ‘awards’ as;
    Something people give to each other in the red velvet clad basements of Holiday Inn’s, because nobody else will.

  • Josh Shapiro

    It’s obvious they don’t care about truth or integrity. But I have to ask, since his plan backfired from the get-go and he was therefore 100% unsuccessful in his endeavor, just why would they be giving him an award? He failed spectacularly!!!! Aren’t these the people always railing against participation awards and such? It’s like giving someone an A for effort. This further proves this woman is not all there; just a couple of years ago out of the blue she left a voice mail message w Anita Hill stating they would forgive her if she apologized.

  • BigGuy

    Here in NYC, the next time a junkie begs from you on the subway, or the next time someone agitated high on crack begs from you on the subway, engage them in conversation. Whatever they say will have greater moral authority than anything said by anyone at that dinner honoring James O’Keefe.