Do you remember that crazy article at WorldNetDaily by Jerome Corsi about a 100-member White House Obot army under the direction of former Fannie Mae director James Johnson, AKA JimBot. Fogbow Foggy posted a couple of comments online that Corsi swallowed hook, line and sinker. That article was so loony that I thought WND would scrub it, but in that I was mistaken.
Among Obot circles, this nonsense has been the source of considerable fun and jokes at Corsi’s expense. It is wrong for two essential reasons: the online commenter JimBot is not the former Fannie Mae director, and there is no Obot army run out of the White House. The idea is so implausible that even my attempt at fiction about Obama-Campaign-directed Obots fell flat.
We had our laugh over how Corsi was punked a year ago, and I thought that peculiar pimple on the birther movement had dried up. Not so. Birther scanner guru Douglas Vogt revived it again today on the Orly Taitz blog [link to Taitz web site] saying of me:
It looks like you had lied to all of us by not honestly telling your audience that you were paid by the administration, most likely through Jim Johnson, to defend Obama no matter what falsehood the Obots would resort to.