Who's Behind 'Perry a la Clinton' Myth?
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Aug 28, 2011, 10:16 am

Some people might be curious how the Texas Gov. Rick Perry is an adulterer conspiracy theory became so prevalent in some mainstream media circles. Well, that’s simple: an Austin-based conspiracy theorist, Brandon Morrow, who claims to have been a state Republican Party delegate in 2006, 2008 and 2010, has been sending a barrage of emails to liberal-minded professors and reporters on the date of June 15, around the same time Politico posted an article pondering if Perry is gay.

Mr. Morrow sent an email to the Dallas Blog on June 15, along with forwarded emails that were sent to Chuck Todd, a White House MSNBC TV news correspondent. Morrow also sent emails to a neo-conservative think tank and University of Texas professors.

Mr. Morrow has an odd fascination with hatching quirky sex stories about Republican politicians even though he claims to be a card-carrying member of the GOP. A year earlier, he emailed copies of forged documents to the Dallas Blog claiming that former George H.W. Bush Sr. was running a pedophile ring out of Lincoln, Nebraska.

Mr. Morrow, in his e-mail to the Dallas Blog, admits to being a self-confessed “patron of Austin’s strip clubs,” but does not divulge whether it’s to meet male or female strippers; and allegedly obtained his information about Gov. Perry from fellow patrons and strippers.

Perhaps, Mr. Morrow is working on behalf of strip clubs that were attempting to abolish a stripper tax that was endorsed by Perry. Mr. Morrow as a source for information about Texas politicians isn’t credible. He’s almost as fantasy-oriented in his whimsical claims as the conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, an obscure and little-known radio show host based in Austin, Tx.

After receiving Morrow’s odd email in June about Gov. Perry, the Dallas Blog emailed him to ask if he still stands by his pedophile claims of former President Bush Sr. He immediately placed a block on Dallas Blog emails, which leads to further proof that Mr. Morrow has no interest in providing evidence for his allegations, he just wants President Barack Obama re-elected to the White House, since he’s emailing MSNBC so regularly.

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written by Robert Morrow , August 28, 2011

1)Here is my article on "Tea Party fraud Rick Perry is Political Herpes: http://stuffedsuits.com/news/n...cal-herpes

2)For Rick Perry and the gay escorts, watch at the 9 minute mark of this clip:


3)for GHW Bush and the Franklin pedophile ring, go to www.franklinscandal.com That was the ring that was supplying boys to GHW Bush in the 1980's.

written by Louis Nardozi , August 28, 2011

Let's talk about something a little more important, Mr. Perry. What will you do the day you get into office SPECIFICALLY to trim a half trillion or a trillion from our budget? Don't tell me the Executive has no power in that respect - there are plenty of expenditures the President can choose not to make. In particular, another candidate, Ron Paul has promised to bring home all our troops and spend that money here at home. Are YOU willing to make that commitment? If not, why not? Well, let's hear it - you want to report on something, report on Perry's answer to my question.

Vote Vertebrate - Ron Paul 2012!

written by Donkey Kong , August 28, 2011

Don't be so hard on Morrow : he gets confused, like liberals tend to do, but he is partly right about Bush, Senior who in fact did one time ride in a Lincoln while in or near the state of Nebraska [or was it a Ford while in or near Grand Rapids, Michigan .....].

written by whitegirlie , August 29, 2011

Normally, it’s foreign journalists who get in touch with us when they’re in Chicago and want to go to the Southside to see how terrible it is, and talk about how Obama did absolutely jack squat for it as either a state senator or US Senator, and hasn’t used any of his particular brand of unicorn horn magic to improve it (or the black community residing there) since the illustrious Golden Age of Hope and Change began on January 20th, 2009.

But, this time it was a US reporter who wanted information on Man’s Country in Andersonville, which is a place both Obama and Rahm Emanuel frequented in the past. Obama until 2002 or so, and Emanuel through 2008, according to what we’ve been told. We spent a good amount of time on the ground in Uptown, Boystown, Andersonville, and Hyde Park yesterday with this reporter, also telling him everything we knew about Trinity United Church of Christ and the Down-Low Club it operated under Jeremiah Wright’s supervision/matchmaking.

What prompted this sudden interest in stories we’ve been hearing since 2004, when Obama first came onto the national scene, is the fact that at least one national journalist also thinks it’s odd -- as we have been repeatedly saying -- that The Enquirer, The Globe, and other papers have been so wildly gung-ho about reporting on old Vera Baker affair rumors pertaining to Obama…and how all of this comes on the heels of Kal Penn’s sudden and abrupt expulsion from the White House.

Something is definitely fishy.

Why the sudden need to portray Obama as an insatiably heterosexual stud who just can’t get enough women?

Baker’s a diversionary tactic…designed to cover SOMETHING up…and we think that something is an affair Obama had with Kal Penn, which seems to have ended badly. We also think Penn was mugged not by a street thug in Dupont Circle, but by someone working for either the DNC or Organizing for America (or any number of its umbrella thugs), because Penn’s phone had something in it that would prove some kind of romantic relationship between Obama and a Hollywood actor with zero government experience who was plucked off a TV show unceremoniously and lifted into a high profile made-up position in the White House…so he could be close to Obama in Washington, where Obama wanted him. Wanted in more than one sense.

Until he didn’t want him anymore.

And then someone needed to take his cell phone away, so that any pictures, texts, voicemails, or other interesting its and bitts could be secured by those wishing to protect Obama.

written by G S , August 29, 2011

And so it starts. With the worst President in 150 years as their candidate, Dems will set records for telling lies about the GOP nominee, hoping voters will overlook the incredibly sorry job Obama has done.

written by Fact Check , August 30, 2011

"He’s almost as fantasy-oriented in his whimsical claims as the conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, an obscure and little-known radio show host"

Indeed, Alex Jones can often be pretty out-there. But while you're free to disagree with him, to characterize him as little-known is factually inacurate. A quick google search reveals he has a daily listenership of 300 to 350 thousand, is broadcast on over 70 am and fm stations, has over 121 million views on his youtube page, and outranks Limbaugh, Beck, and Hannity in web traffic.

Just a little free fact checking for you.

written by TMM , August 30, 2011

i would call myself an independent.....i do not like hypocrisy, like most people....these stories about Perry are the real deal. He flirted with me and touched my navel in 1999 when I was in college..and he winked. very creepy. true story.....

written by ROSIEGIRL , September 01, 2011

uh....Reggie Love....say no more....

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