Anti-Semitic Lefty Hero Valerie Plame to Run for Senate in New Mexico

Perfect timing.

Just as the Dems were recovering from their anti-Semitism controversy with Rep. Omar, they've got an anti-Semitic bigot with name recognition running for Senate in New Mexico.

It's yesterday's lefty heroine, Valerie Plame, covert secret agent and inspiration for James Bond who inspired one of the more unintentionally hilarious lefty Bush era movies (one that Aaron Sorkin would probably like to forget.)

Plame was force to apologize after sharing on Twitter an anti-Semitic article from the UNZ Review entitled "America's Jews Are Driving America's Wars." The article stated that Jews "own the media," that they should wear labels while on national television, and that their beliefs were as dangerous as "a bottle of rat poison."

Her initial response was: "First of all, calm down. Re-tweets don't imply endorsement. Yes, very provocative, but thoughtful. Many neocon hawks ARE Jewish." 

Funny how these scandals just "vanish" when they involve lefties. 

Post-Bush, Plame had been flailing. She had a brief moment in the sun defending the Iran nuke sellout for Ploughshares. But that ended when her anti-Semitism became a little too public.

Her anti-Trump lobbying has been shambolic and futile. The Twitter gimmick was particularly pathetic. So she's hoping to ride the #Resistance wave some more. And while any normal person would have been out after posting anti-Semitic content from a hate site, lefties have different rules. I wouldn't be at all surprised if the media kept right on touting her. And ignoring the whole anti-Semitism issue.

There's been this recent, deeply perverse appearance.

Former Covert Operative To Share CIA Experiences At The Bush School

On Monday, April 8, former CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson will deliver remarks on her experiences as a covert operations officer in the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at Texas A&M University.

In practice, it's Plame pushing more conspiracy theories in the worst place possible for it.


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