Clintonista Behind Jeremiah Wright’s Nat’l Press Club Appearance

Wednesday, April, 30, 2008

In the world of Washington politics, nothing happens by accident or without a reason.

It seems the New York Daily News reporter, Errol Louis, revealed the heffa, Rev. Barbara Reynolds, who also claims to be a journalist, is the Clinton supporter who suggested Jeremiah Wright appear as a speaker at the National Press Club in the first place. Reynold even went on to organize his appearance there this week.

Since Errol Louis broke his story, the relevant February entries on Rev. Barbara Reynold’s blog have all disappeared — just vanished. In addition, neither Rev. Reynolds nor the Clinton campaign, as of this posting, have responded to inqueries about whether Reynolds suggested and even organized Jeremiah Wright’s appearance at the National Press Club with the knowledge of the Clinton campaign or the candidate herself.

Using cache recovery and other techniques, a recovery of the key blog entries that Errol Louis quoted from in the New York Daily News made before Wright’s appearance have been deleted.

These are, allegedly, Rev. Reynolds’ own words of support for Clinton and her explanation as to why she voted for Clinton in Maryland.

Using Google’s cache and examining the source code of the deleted entry, it’s been possible to reconstruct the posting from Barbara Reynolds’ blog (http://reynoldsworldnews.blogspot.com/) dated February 14, 2008, and titled “HOPE”, in which Barbara Reynolds, the person who supposedly organized Rev. Wright’s appearance at the National Press Club, praises and thanks the Clintons.

The bottomline folks. When you find Jeremiah Wright outside the church these days making speeches, you will also very likely find a Hillary Clinton surrogate working along side him to feverishly stir the pot.

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12 Responses to Clintonista Behind Jeremiah Wright’s Nat’l Press Club Appearance

  1. huntingdonpost says:

    I know we support different candidates, but can everything that goes wrong for Obama really be the fault of the Clintons? Rev. Wright is a grown man who can make his own choices, decide where he appears, say his own words. He made those choices. I don’t know why, or care. He has autonomy and he exercised it. It’s isn’t fair to him to make him a puppet. He’s not a stupid man, and if he thought he was being “set up” then he could have said, “No thank you.” This is Obama’s problem to solve, it would have been if Rev. Wright had never appeared back on the scene. His old comments were enough. (I am not saying that I think those comments were taken in context or used fairly by the media.) Obama has to stand up for himself, which he apparently did.

  2. Christopher says:

    Hi Huntingdon,

    No one said Wright isn’t Obama’s problem.

    The Clintonistas and their friends in the media have made sure Wright is Obama’s problem and they have been very successful coming on the heels of Hillary’s tiny 9 point victory in Pennsylvania that Wright remains front and center in the news.

    But did you bother to read the post? Understand it? Connect the dots? Try again and focus.

  3. Tiny Dancer says:

    This isn’t rocket science, Huntingtondon.

    Wright’s appearance before The National Press club in Washington was arranged by a Clinton supporter.

    The entire circus was constructed to maximize the negative impact his appearance would have on Obama and it worked beautifully. The braindead MSM took the bait and played the story over and over all day yesterday at the expense of all other stories.

    What does Obama need to do to counter? Bring someone in to mention the fact that Hillary is a lesbian?

  4. libhomo says:

    This is so typical pf the Clinton’s use of the GOP’s Southern Strategy.

  5. feminazi says:

    I get it too. Hillary Clinton’s entire campaign is no longer based on her alleged “35 years experience,” but on destroying her rival, Barack Obama. The media has fallen for it and is now functioning as an electronic surrogate. But Obama still leads in the number of delegates and there is nothing short of a miracle that can turn Hillary’s fortunes around now.

  6. Rachel says:

    John McCain doesn’t need to raise money for his campaign because Hillary Clinton is doing all the hard work for him by tearing down Obama. If I didn’t know better I would swear Hillary is jockeying to be McCain’s vice president.

  7. VicoDANIEL says:

    This story is deep inside the Beltway stuff that will surely go over the heads of people who don’t live, sleep and breath, national politics.

    But for those of us who live for the bloodsport, it is truly fascinating stuff of Greek proportions and every bit as dangerous.

    It is no coincidence that Rev. Barbara Reynold pulled down her blog on the very day Jeremiah Wright appeared at the National Press Club. I kept wondering who the identity was of the African American woman Wright was so deeply engaged. I’ve seen dozens of these events before on C-SPAN and the she didn’t look familiar. I can’t say I’m surprised to learn she’s a Hillbot. There is also a rumor floating around that Ann Lewis was in attendance too but she remained off camera least risk being identified with the event.

  8. Christopher says:

    Hi VicoDANIEL,

    I debated not bothering with this post but, I decided it’s important for people to know who is playing a role in the efforts to bring down Barack Obama.

    They’re not, let me repeat, they’re not opperating in a vacuum and most have ties to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

  9. Adirondacky says:

    If I didn’t know better I would think Rev. Jeremiah Wright is doing his damndest to undermine Obama’s chances of becoming the first African American president. Is he jealous of Obama? Does he feel slighted because Obama has been forced to publicly distance and denounce himself from Wright? None of his behavior makes any sense.

  10. huntingdonpost says:

    I did read your entire post, Christopher. I just don’t see conspiracy behind every corner, and I don’t think Hillary Clinton and her supporters have as much power as you impute to her. Wright is a grown up. As Adirondacky said, what’s Wright’s agenda? I don’t know, but he’s the one who said all this crazy stuff and clearly wanted a place to say it. He also appeared before the NAACP and has appeared on Moyers and other news programs. Anyway, I have been reading these conspiracy posts for the past day, and so you have a lot of people who agree with you.

    Isn’t it more bothersome that Karl Rove feels the need to give Obama advice?

  11. Winnie H. says:

    Let’s put this in perspective here –

    The Democrats have their most exciting, inspiring, talented candidate in decades who is raising more money than any candidate in history and can be credited with bringing in a million new Democrats. He is able to get the votes of Independents, who are always the deciding factor in beating the GOP.

    And if he doesn’t get the nomination and win the Presidency for the Democrats this year it will be because of his former pastor, and because the Clintons — who have already had 8 years in the White House — have deliberately pushed this bogus “guilt by association” story to the point of ad nauseum to a gullible media. In a nation where a central tenet is the separation of church and state, a candidate is on the verge of being derailed because of a few soundbytes from a former pastor.

    Now, THAT is bothersome.

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