Glenn Gramigna: Journamalist

9 Feb

Illuzzi Lite Glenn Gramigna wrote this today. It’s in all caps, so it must be of critical screaming importance:

Pundit Publishes Phoney Brown Chats…But Why?
Written by Glenn Graminga, Editor

WHY IS OTHER SITE PUBLISHING PHONEY CHATS

WE WOULD NEVER PUBLISH OBVIOUSLY FALSE MATERIAL WHICH PURPORTS TO PORTRAY WRONGFUL BEHAVIOR WITH REGARD TO ANYONE, IT IS A VIOLATION OF THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN ETHIC OF DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU. THIS STUFF IS GARBAGE AND SHOULD NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY.

I particularly enjoy Gramigna’s usage of the royal “we”…

…and who said they were Brown chats?

Anyway, we published them because it’s interesting, newsworthy, and Chris and I thought it would be interesting for people to weight the whole Syaed Ali story against what he was accused of sending out. We also thought that people could and would do what they did – compare the writing in the chats to the writing habits of whoever puts together SAIL-IT’s web content.

We were both crystal clear that we thought the chats were so phony (that’s how you spell it, Glenn) as to be downright humorous.

Names were redacted to protect them us (because the emails are clearly defamatory). In fact, anyone with basic intelligence could have read my post or Chris’ post and figured out “why” we posted it. It is written out in English, after all.

Here’s a different question that’s raised. Now that Ali’s company is an advertiser of Gramigna’s, why does Gramigna or Ali care if these materials are posted if they’re so clearly untrue, and weren’t sent by Ali?

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