Anti Rand Paul Mainstream News Media ‘Plagiarism’ Propaganda Continues
Wow, the news media sure is trying hard to do whatever it can to attack Rand Paul, even attributing other’s potential “plagiarism” to Rand Paul himself in their BIG BOLD HEADLINES. If people actually take the time to read the actual stories the news media’s transparent distortions and smears became tragically pathetic. I’m sure I’ve seen stories where Obama’s words resemble those of past president’s or others but has the media ever called it ‘plagiarism’? Even worse, this latest story seeks to link someone else’s potential ‘plagiarism’ to Rand Paul right in the headline, disgusting. Check out the latest attack I found front and center on yahoo.com ….
Tea Party Thief: Rand Paul Uses Plagiarized Content Against Obama
By Anthea Mitchell
Rand Paul, a well-known Tea Party member and Republican senator from Kentucky, filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against President Barack Obama and heads of government agencies connected with the National Security Agency’s publicized bulk collection program, seeking to have it declared unconstitutional. While not the sole lawsuit being filed on the issue, it is one of the more pulbic ones. This made what came next — his second plagiarization scandal in as many years — that much more unfortunate for the senator.
Paul’s lawyer, Ken Cuccinelli, worked with Bruce Fein, an ex-Reagan administration lawyer, in writing up the suit. Now, both Fein and his spokeswoman — a role filled by his ex-wife — are insisting that not only has Fein not been fully paid for his work but that the suit — filed under Cuccinelli’s name — has stolen credit for his work without giving proper recognition for his work and writing.
“I am aghast and shocked by Ken Cuccinelli’s behavior and his absolute knowledge that this entire complaint was the work product, intellectual property and legal genius of Bruce Fein. Ken Cuccinelli stole the suit,” said Mattie Fein, Fein’s spokeswoman, to the Washington Post. She also pointed out that Paul has “already had one plagiarism issue,” and “now has a lawyer who just takes another lawyer’s work product.”
Here’s another person’s take on Paul’s first ‘plagiarism’ scandal which is mentioned in the article above, again, the pettiness is pathetic….