Bonkers Moonbat MusComSimp 'Journalist' Endangers National Security
Greg Palast, self-proclaimed 'journalist' and author of such insane moonbat idiotic books as "Armed Madhouse" and "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy", was questioned by DHS officials this week. He and his producer, Matt Pascarella, were facing terrorism charges for "unauthorized filming of a 'critical national security structure'", seen here on Google Earth. In short, the two were filming at a lovely camp for 73,000 Hurricane Katrina survivors in Louisiana and tried to make it look bad - like the camp was situated in a toxic, inhospitable spot. So, they filmed the Exxon refinery right next door without asking permission.
The two have weakly argued that they showed their press passes to the Exxon guards at the gate, but that hardly counts as asking for permission to show our rich target environment to Islamofascists the world over!
The worst part of the incident is that Palast jokes about the whole incident here and here. It's an outrage that he thinks our nation's security is a laughing matter... and then he pitches his book, "Armed Madhouse: Who's Afraid of Osama Wolf?".
Are there no depths to which the deranged moonbat lunatic hordes will not sink in their attempts to destroy America?