by T.L. James | 11:45 am, November 13, 2011 | Comments Off
Oops. “Truth-telling” filmmaker Robert Greenberg needs to find less-inept assistants. Apparently, in trying to “prove” that the Kochs are “unresponsive” to critics, Greenberg’s team made several phone calls to a Koch number in rapid succession, leaving a recorded message each time — and in a couple of cases, accidentally recording themselves after they thought they’d hung up. You can tell from the audio that they are filming someone calling and leaving messages, apparently with the intent to show in their film “see, we contacted the Kochs over and over and they wouldn’t return our calls!”.
Michael Moore pulled this in the 1980s. You’d think people who can dream up such elaborate, baroque fantasies about the Koch Brothers would be able to divert at least a smidgen of their imaginative abilities to devising new and interesting tactics for their “truth-telling” crusade.
And is it just me, or is a “Progressive” patting himself on the back for his “truth-telling” a bedsheet-sized red flag that anything he says is a brazen lie?
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