Crash course: Your illustrated guide to the Tea Party saboteurs

April 12, 2010 05:56

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By Michelle Malkin

Crash course: Your illustrated guide to the Tea Party saboteurs

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 12, 2010 06:36 AM

The one-year anniversary of the nationwide April 15 Tax Day Tea Party counterinsurgency is fast approaching — and publicity-seeking malefactors of all stripes want in on the spotlight.

Over the last week, conservative activists online have thoroughly exposed the loser behind an Internet call to “Crash the Tea Party.” His name is Jason Levin. To follow his trail, check Free Republic here, Canada Free Press here, and Velvet Hammer here. After failing to cover his tracks, Levin is now basking in the glow of attention on his tpartycrasher Twitter page and on his personal Twitter page (where he brags that he has hit the big time and “gone viral:”)

He’s infected alright — with an acute case of Wannabefamousitis.

Conservative blogs and talk radio have spread the word about possible shenanigans promoted by Levin,


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