Tucker Carlson’s vanity project is killing me. In a post titled “New Left Media uses Trojan trick to get interviews,” we learn the following:
Chase Whiteside and Erick Stoll, the two young journalists behind “New Left Media,” tell attendees at Tea Party and other conservative rallies that they are student journalists working on a school project in order to get them to talk openly on camera about their beliefs.
The two were most recently at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday for Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally, where some of those they interviewed were seemingly misled by the pair.
Whiteside told The Daily Caller in a phone interview that he and Stoll openly declare to everyone they interview that they are journalists “and that’s usually as far as it goes.” When interviewees ask for more details, Whiteside said that he and Stoll say they are from Wright State, which is a university in Dayton, Ohio.
Wright State sounds similar to Right State, and two women they interviewed at Beck’s rally Saturday told TheDC that they thought Whiteside and Stoll worked for RightState.com, a non-existent, but conservative-sounding political website — which many rally-goers could have confused with the conservative website RedState.com.
Sooo… Their “trojan trick” is accurately identifying themselves as students from Wright State. Liberals are just shameless with the deceptive methods they use to make conservatives look stupid! Here, the New Left guys employ another trick to make conservatives at BeckFest look stupid. They film them:
Tricky bastards, getting those conservatives to say all those stupid things.