WND/Wenzel Poll, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio
Marco Rubio replacing Obama as ‘Ineligibility Guy’?
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Sean Hannity should be feeling mighty miffed today for being Joseph Farah punked.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio was just dumped as the fresh red meat in the ineligibility ring, and the Hannity Show was used for the dumping.
“The new controversy over Rubio’s eligibility hit critical mass a week ago when WND Editor Joseph Farah dropped the bombshell observation that the Florida senator was not eligible to be vice president on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” during a segment of Florida primary election analysis.” (Fritz Wenzel, WorldNetDaily (WND), Feb. 8, 2012).
“Some Republicans have already put him on the short list for vice president in the 2012 election. Given the already large and growing political influence of Florida in presidential politics, this makes sense. But it turns out he has an eligibility problem not unlike that of Barack Obama.”
How do we know?
“The latest WND/Wenzel poll” shows it.
You read that right. A WND/Wenzell poll. According to an italicized ‘Disclosure’ at the end of today’s WND banner story “Fritz Wenzel is the official pollster for candidate Ron Paul.”
So now even without a GOP chosen presidential candidate to run against the most anti-American President ever elected, whose stated mission is the Fundamental Transformation of America, not yet chosen; without Marco Rubio having agreed to be on the short list for vice president in the 2012 election, we have WND and a Ron Paul pollster trying to figuratively kill off Rubio.
Anyone on the Web could have seen this story coming.
In addition to the story of WND seeming to morph from Conservative to Libertarian, the other story that might be going over Patriot heads is that it is not just the sparring Republicans duking it out on a tabloid trashy presidential campaign trail, but an über tug of war rumbling within the Tea Party. Since the 2010 midterm Democrat shellacking, Rubio and Rand Paul have been the top two Tea Party darlings.
Someone is trying really hard to make sure that Rubio is dead at the starting gate. Canada Free Press (CFP) would never say who.
Why is Rubio seen as a clear and present danger to the political scene? In a world of lousy politicians, he’s passionately patriotic, pro-America, decent and, God forbid, a Hispanic with legions of Hispanic voters out there yearning to feel part of the American political system.
Surely another facet of this new story is that after almost four years, the focus of the most ineligible president in history is coming off Obama and landing plop right on Marco Rubio, who might be in line for vice president calling.
‘The Rubio is Ineligible Story’ has been out looking for legs on the Web for months. Even CFP doing its thing in Canada has been hit with the anti-Rubio smear campaign, having spiked three columns attacking the senator over the past several months.
Meanwhile, next time the popular and admittedly lovable Sean Hannity asks Joe Farah on his show, maybe he should ask him which topic he intends to broach.
Douglas Hagmann, founder & director of the Northeast Intelligence Network, and a multi-state licensed private investigative agency. Doug began using his investigative skills and training to fight terrorism and increase public awareness through his website.