Sandra Fluke was not just a liberal political activist the LSM tried hard to portray as a disadvantaged college waif unable to make ends meet without the help of big daddy government, but in fact a connected insider linking straight to those trying to make political hay out of contraceptives.
As we reported last night, “The Factor” believes that the Sandra Fluke contraception controversy was manufactured to divert attention away from the Obama administration’s disastrous decision to force Catholic non-profit organizations to provide insurance coverage for birth control and the morning after pill. That might very well be unconstitutional.
Anyway, we’re having trouble tracking down just who is sending Sandra around to the media. It’s very strange. So far, the 30-year-old activist has appeared on eight national news programs where she was not challenged at all. Last week, we called Sandra on her cell phone and invited her on “The Factor.” She didn’t call back, very unusual. There was no other public contact for the woman, just her cell phone.
A man named Mike has booked her on a few programs, but we can’t even get his last name. And Mike doesn’t provide call-back numbers to those with whom he speaks. So Mike, who are you? And why the subterfuge?
Yeah, just like it was pure chance that Stephanopoulos asked republicans, during a republican debate of all things, about contraceptives, a few weeks before the WH goes live with their government mandated contraceptive proposal that conveniently morphs into a political controversy which then just happens to divert attention from their horrible mishandling of our economy. It’s not a coincidence or laziness that has the LSM just carrying water and trying to keep the whole “conservatives hate women” meme in the public spot light, when the argument really is about government’s abuse of power. At least the Maher angle is coming back to bite these idiots in the ass.